Amazon is creating more than 2,500 permanent jobs in the UK this year as it expands across the country.
Google has agreed a deal with British tax authorities to pay £130m in back taxes and bear a greater tax burden in future. The deal will cover a decade of underpayment of UK taxes by the company, which has been criticised in the past for its tax avoidance policies.
Google banned almost 800m “bad” adverts from its online ad networks last year as the web giant continued to crack down on advertising fraud.
A new Apple survey released by UBS on Wednesday confirmed some of the shipment concerns surrounding the iPhone.
IBM reported fourth-quarter earnings on Tuesday that topped analyst estimates, revealing that strategic businesses like cloud and analytics had grown to represent more than a third of the company's revenue.
Apple’s board has recommended against a shareholder motion that would commit it to increase the diversity of senior management and its board of directors.
Elon Musk’s SpaceX has experienced another example of “rapid unscheduled disassembly” – which is Musk jargon for “my rocket exploded”.
What will be the next household-name app-based service like Uber? Where are the next “unicorns” – startup businesses which rapidly rise to a $1bn valuation?
Apple may owe $8bn in back taxes from its use of potentially illegal tax shelters in Ireland.
The sale of Yahoo to Verizon for $4.83bn (£3.62bn) marks the end of a period of intense speculation and ferocious investor activism at the embattled web company. And for the past four years, CEO Marissa Mayer has borne the brunt of that protest, while attempting to turn around Yahoo’s fortunes.
Inside a lobby at Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California, beside a rank of 1990s arcade machines, a laminated sign asks people to “Please Be Googley”.
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Allow me to make a bold statement: YouTube, at 10 years old, is the most interesting place on the internet. It’s not about the platform or the brand, of course, but rather the sheer amount of content it hosts and its diversity.
For years, Mac users have been safe in the knowledge that their platform was relatively safe from malware.
Only a Chinese wall could slow the progress of the Uber juggernaut.
Computer company Dell is dumping a team of cleaning staff just two months after they signed a new contract giving them better pay and new protections against sexual harassment in the workplace.
Intel announced on Thursday that it has named Brian Krzanich to succeed Paul Otellini as the company's new chief executive officer, effective May 16.
A campaign to make broadband advertising more transparent has been set up by Which?.
“There’s an amazing atmosphere at Google,” said the company’s CEO, Sundar Pichai, on a conference call with investors.