Reddit’s new chief executive Steve Huffman has promised to reconsider the online communities policies “from first principles” but defended many recent changes as he tries to rebuild its reputation.
The executive director of Alibaba Pictures has been detained by Chinese authorities as part of a graft investigation.
Victoria Taylor, the popular Reddit executive behind the "Ask Me Anything" series, is finally speaking out after her dismissal sparked an angry wave of protests across the site earlier this week.
Female job seekers are much less likely to be shown adverts on Google for highly paid jobs than men, researchers have found.
Microsoft announced plans Wednesday cut up to 7,800 positions and take a $7.6 billion write-down on its Nokia business amid efforts to restructure its struggling phone hardware business.
SurveyMonkey, the online survey platform, named Bill Veghte as CEO on Tuesday, effective Aug. 3, and made him a board member. He succeeds Dave Goldberg, who died in a treadmill accident in May.
After a clampdown on offensive discussion boards and the firing of a high profile executive prompted backlash from Reddit users, the interim CEO of the so-called front page of the Internet issued an apology Monday.
The Home Secretary, Theresa May, has been named the UK internet industry’s villain of the year for pursuing “snooper’s charter” legislation without fully consulting the sector.
Apple’s shares opened down 7% at the start of trading on Wednesday following the company’s first revenue decline in over a decade and gained back only a little as the day went on.
Technology giants including Facebook and Google face the prospect of their prestigious Silicon Valley headquarters becoming swamped by water as rising sea levels threaten to submerge much of the property development boom gripping San Francisco and the Bay Area.
PayPal will host a panel on gender equality next Wednesday to discuss “gender equality and inclusion in the workplace”. The panel will be all male.