His next move: Stanford University, and starting up his own consultancy focused on cybersecurity.
U.S. banks JPMorgan and Citi agree to plead guilty, along with the U.K.–based Royal Bank of Scotland and Barclays.
Stock in the two companies moved fast following speculation that the I.R.S. may make it harder for Yahoo to spin off its stake in the Chinese e-commerce company.
For a $2,000 monthly membership fee, Beacon gives you unlimited flights from New York to a handful of Northeastern destinations. It might also make you puke.
The credit card network wants to liberate you from entering 16-digit card numbers online.
The former Google executive has spent more than $20 million of his own money buying AOL shares. That is looking like a smart move as Verizon pays $4.4 billion to buy the company.
The all-cash deal would end AOL’s short second life as an independent company.
The company said Nicholas Carlson’s Marissa Mayer and the Fight to Save Yahoo caused “unnecessary distraction within Yahoo’s workforce … and undermined the conduct of every other Yahoo employee who honors his or her promise to safeguard confidential information.”
The pioneer of fitness tracking wants to take its shares public, but the Apple Watch looms over the IPO.
The company lets users trade stocks with no commissions or fees, and is chasing after the business of discount brokerages like Charles Schwab and E*TRADE.
The investment bank looks to get into the booming online lending business, with a new unit that will target small businesses and consumers.
Literary publications are going directly to their readers for funds — and the Eggers empire is looking to raise the most.
Twitter was forced to release its quarterly numbers early after a markets data company found a copy online. Investors didn’t like what they saw.
Plenty of websites and apps will help you get a meal delivered. But Maple gets big-time Manhattan food cred from its chief culinary officer, Momofuku founder David Chang.
The electronics retailer gave a major boost to Apple’s mobile payments system, even though it’s a founding member of a competing payments alliance.
In the first three months of 2015, the company sold more than 61 million iPhones and pulled in almost $17 billion in revenue from the Greater China region alone.
All Apple customers are created equal. But some are more equal than others.
“By the end of July, there will no longer be sexualized marketing used in marketing materials including, in-store photos, gift cards, and shopping bags,” the company said today. And the men will have to put a shirt on.
Clinton appeared in the pages of beloved hipster food lifestyle magazine Modern Farmer — which is owned by Canadian mining magnate and Clinton donor Frank Giustra.
“Amazon Web Services is a $5 billion business and still growing fast — in fact it’s accelerating.”