Nike is planning to open a store on Amazon.com.
Women make up make up 31 percent of Google employees.
A nerdy walkout at the New York Times reminds us why copy editors are the backbone of news.
Twitter is looking to add a feature that would allow users to flag tweets deemed misleading or harmful.
Venus Williams was involved in a fatal car crash in Florida.
A former employee is suing Binary Capital LLC for harassing and defaming her after she resigned from the VC firm.
Microsoft confirms its buy of Cloudyn.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn has reportedly backed off on his demand that insurance giant AIG break up.
Tech stocks plunge as Dow closes in the triple digits.
Senate Republicans may give up tax cut to save the healthcare bill.
ISIS is near defeat in Iraq, says prime minister.
Well, that wasn’t long. Greta Van Susteren is out at MSNBC after six months.
Photo: A banner for American International Group Inc (AIG) hangs on the facade of the New York Stock Exchange, in this file photo taken Ocotber 16, 2012. Rreuters/Brendan McDermid/Files