Hewlett Packard announced the launch of HP Tech Ventures, a corporate venture group that will make early-stage investments.
Royal Dutch Shell, ConocoPhillips and other oil giants are pulling out of the U.S. Arctic after spending billions on drilling rights.
A New York Times reporter investigated the state of Silicon Valley and found troubling signs of a venture capital bubble.
The Senate began debate over whether to reauthorize the law under which the NSA scoops up online communications from companies like Facebook and Google.
Amazon launched its Video Direct platform, a direct competitor to YouTube, with initial partners including Conde Nast and Samuel Goldwyn Films.
Peter Thiel agreed to support Donald Trump as a California delegate to the Republican National Convention this summer.
Microsoft announced it will open a data center “region” in Seoul, adding South Korea to its cloud coverage.
The fall of Lending Tree founder and CEO Renaud Laplanche could be a drag on the whole online lending industry.
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