Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman said Wednesday the company is embarking on another round of layoffs in part because the technology market is changing so rapidly.
Former HP CEO Carly Fiorina sat down with CNBC's John Harwood to talk about Donald Trump, climate change and the disgust over politics as usual.
The company said these vacated roles will come mostly from the organization's Enterprise Services (ES) transformation.
Google on Tuesday pledged to match up to about $5.5 million in funds to humanitarian groups aiming to help refugees entering Europe.
A new advanced robotic hand that is wired directly into the brain has been successfully tested, allowing paralysed man to “feel”.
Nearly a year after the largest initial public offer in history, Alibaba Group is used to questions being asked about its business.
Twenty years ago this month, a French-born Iranian-American computer programmer named Pierre Omidyar added an experimental online auction section to his personal website, which at that time focused mainly on the Ebola virus.
US intelligence chiefs are warning Congress that the next phase of escalating online data theft is likely to involve the manipulation of digital information.
Will Yahoo get hammered by the IRS, or is its core business worthless? Based on a simple analysis of the company, at least one of these unattractive assumptions is currently held by investors.
For what experts are calling the first time in history, US police have used a robot in a show of lethal force.
US regulators have banned Theranos founder and CEO Elizabeth Holmes from owning and running a medical laboratory for two years, the company announced on Thursday. The Center for Medicare and Medical Services also revoked regulatory approval for Theranos’ California Lab.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been bullish in his defense of his company following the death in May of a driver using the car’s “autopilot” feature, even claiming that in the last year “500,000 people would have been saved” if the feature was widely available.