Mark Zuckerberg will meet with some U.S. lawmakers today.
SenseTime, which provides face analyzation technology, has raised $600 million from Alibaba and other investors.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak says he’s left Facebook.
Deutsche Bank replaces CEO John Cryan with Christian Sewing.
Airstrikes hit Syria after a chemical attack on city of Douma causes dozens to die.
A U.S. bankruptcy judge approves procedures for auctioning the film studio co-founded by Harvey Weinstein, who was fired by the company last year in the wake of allegations of sexual assault.
Six months after leaving DFJ, Steve Jurvetson is starting a new venture firm.
U.S. looks to protect domestic car makers from foreign competition.
Dow plunges more than 550 points to end the week as trade war fears rattle Wall Street.
Deutsche Bank is reportedly under pressure to resolve CEO’s fate in days.
Photo of Steve Jurvetson by Oscar Urizar, Red Eye Collection, for VCJ