Dara Khosrowshahi said in an open letter that the ride-hailing service had “got things wrong.” The company intends to appeal the decision to revoke its license.
City officials and business leaders across North America are going to extreme lengths to court Amazon to put its second headquarters in their city.
China’s censorship system is expanding forbidden topics far beyond politics, in line with President Xi Jinping’s prim, paternalistic vision for the “China dream.”
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Apple has generated more wealth for shareholders than any other of the top 50 companies, which account for 40 percent of stock market wealth.
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A series of scandals have opened up the possibility that the company may have created something it can’t fully control.
The company said it would turn over 3,000 ads linked to Russia to Congress after growing scrutiny about its role in last November’s presidential election.
The new, new, new age is all about “defragging our nervous systems.”
The deal bolsters Google’s ability to build mobile hardware and joins two companies already working together on one of Google’s upcoming Pixel phones.
The commission said the attackers could have exploited private information for trading purposes.
Facebook, Google and Amazon are coming under increasing pressure by regulators concerned about their growing power.
The Silicon Valley start-up Aeva is developing new sensors that could significantly improve how autonomous vehicles see the road.
The theater chain has invested $20 million in the start-up Dreamscape Immersive and will open six locations offering V.R. experiences in the next 18 months.
With a crucial Communist Party meeting just weeks away, Beijing is further tightening its already formidable internet controls.
Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook’s chief operating officer, promised “more human review and oversight” to make sure offensive terms aren’t used to target ads.
A new set of proposals presented by officials in Brussels seek to tax technology companies differently, but risk being seen as an effort to target American tech giants.
The board of the Japanese conglomerate is close to an agreement with a group of investors led by Bain Capital, although details must still be finalized.
A British television news report said that the online retailer’s algorithms were automatically offering items that could be used to create an explosive device.
The Taiwanese company’s manufacturing model has not translated easily to other countries, where it faces different social, political and labor conditions.
Despite a late start, the company’s foray into delivering food, a cutthroat $100 billion-plus service industry, eclipses ride hailing in some markets.
After revelations of harassment and bias in Silicon Valley, a backlash is growing against the women in tech movement.
The social network’s board withdrew a stock reclassification proposal after a shareholder suit that would have put Mr. Zuckerberg in a courtroom.
As social media companies wield greater power in the political system, more safeguards are needed.
Mr. Zuckerberg’s modus operandi as a leader is to fix things long after they have broken, rather than to prevent problems in the first place.
London’s transportation agency criticized Uber’s corporate culture, the latest setback for a company that has faced an array of controversies this year.
If everyone is upset with you, as the platform’s chief says, are you really doing something right?
TunesMap, which offers a feed of videos, photographs and links to related material when songs are streamed, will make its debut as an Apple TV app in November.
Even as China scolds Seoul for housing a U.S. missile defense system, its businesses and consumers buy up more Korean semiconductors and cosmetics.
At Advertising Week, the social network extolled its size and reach to marketers, even while facing criticism over the misuse of its ad-targeting tools.
Mr. Musk’s booster, scaled back from last year’s plan but still the largest ever, could take travelers to Mars, the moon — or around the world in minutes.
The ride-hailing service’s chief, Dara Khosrowshahi, has moved away from the combative tone of his predecessor, Travis Kalanick, in an initial test.
The small vehicles are being tested on a university campus and central Taipei. The city’s mayor hopes they will reshape transportation.
The offering was aimed at helping Rovio carry out a growth strategy, with shares being used for possible acquisitions and rewards to its employees.
Many of the social network’s ad-targeting terms are legitimate in principle but can be problematic in practice. Consider, for instance, the word “confederate.”
A “network issue” affected programs used by several major carriers, delaying flights and causing other problems for travelers.
Facebook has faced the most scrutiny over social media’s role in the 2016 election. But Twitter may have been used even more extensively by Russians.
The company introduced a wide collection of new Echo devices that are smaller, cheaper and, in some cases, built for specific areas of the home.
Facebook, under fire after the American presidential election, responded to criticism from President Trump and touted its efforts for the German elections on Sunday.
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Lyft was already working with Waymo, a sister company of Google, and General Motors on self-driving partnerships. Now add Ford to that list.
The agreement, under which the former symbol of Japanese industrial might will keep a minority stake, values the operations at about $18 billion.
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The editorial head of a socialist website complained that Google is censoring the internet by curbing search traffic to his publication.