President Obama orders regulators to root out “patent trolls.”
As Facebook grows up, its grand ambitions get a reality check.
New York and San Francisco officials are meeting with Apple and Samsung over rising smartphone theft — and what the device makers can do about it.
Airbnb will fight regulators in New York City on behalf of host who was fined $2,400.
How one Twitter user grew famous by allegedly stealing comedians’ tweets.
Every business cliche ever in one toast.
Didn’t get the job? You’ll never know why.
Meet Dropcam, the San Francisco startup that uploads more video per minute than YouTube.
Another prominent lawmaker is publicly urging regulators to carefully review Smithfield Foods‘ planned $4.7 billion sale to China-based meat producer Shuanghui International.
More PE deals for tech businesses? HP has reportedly put its stake in an India-based software company on the block.
WSJ editorial board member Dorothy Rabinowitz really doesn’t like New York City’s new bike-share program.
And cute kittens playing outside!
Photo: A smartphone user shows the Facebook application on his phone in Zenica, in this photo illustration taken May 2, 2013. Credit: Reuters/Dado Ruvic/Files