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A CEO who started with $345 and turned it into a $30 million sale on how to bootstrap a business built for success.
Amazon will almost certainly enjoy its biggest ever day on Black Friday next week.
Leonard Cohen died in his sleep after a fall at his home in Los Angeles, his manager has said.
Slack executives say they welcome competition from Microsoft, with some trepidation.
Google has confirmed plans to build a new £1bn headquarters in London and create 3,000 jobs, in a move that will be seen as a vote of confidence in Britain’s prospects after Brexit.
In the end, it took less than 24 hours for Silicon Valley to start making nice with President-elect Donald Trump.
Actor Robert Vaughn, star of the 1960s US TV spy series The Man from UNCLE, died on Friday at the age of 83 after a short battle with cancer.
These are the abilities Google, Amazon and other top employers are looking for, a LinkedIn report shows.
In a darkened robotics laboratory in Lyon, Peter Dominey and Stéphane Lallée are playing a game with a cute-looking humanoid called iCub.
Google has celebrated the 187th anniversary of the birth of English cricketer, John Wisden, with a doodle of Victorian gentlemen playing a match.
Sony have been hacked by a group called Guardians of Peace.
Here’s one way to get people on Google Plus: announce your midlife crisis on the ailing social media platform.
Motorola just made a somewhat embarrassing mistake.
Last weekend, one of the most glittering alumni of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Kharagpur did not show up to give a school prize as he had promised.
The online collective Anonymous “is at war” with the Islamic State following the attacks in Paris, in a continuation of its “#OpISIS” campaign.
Once a highly coveted mate, Yahoo might be on the market once again. But this time, there's baggage.
Shareholders engage heated debate of whether Yahoo CEO should stay or leave, as activist investors press for change.
Google is being sued over its internal confidentiality policies which bar employees from putting in writing concerns over “illegal” activity, posting opinions about the company, and even writing novels “about someone working at a tech company in Silicon Valley” without first giving their employer sign-off on the final draft.
The year 2016 was supposed to be when the tech bubble finally burst.
The battle between the tech giant Apple and the European Commission is only just getting started.