Spoiler: The board is tilted in CEO Travis Kalanick’s favor.
The secretive Silicon Valley firm would interfere with planned share sales and steer business to a favored broker, an explosive new lawsuit claims.
The Wu-Tang Clan and Silicon Valley’s favorite meal-replacement drink, together at last. Here are the pictures that prove it.
The SXSW Conference was supposed to be a triumph for RideAustin and Fasten, which emerged after Uber and Lyft pulled out of the city.
A former Palantir “evangelist” has taken a top job at the Defense Department, after spending years lobbying the Pentagon on behalf of the Silicon Valley company.
Palantir started working with Home Depot after its massive credit card hack in 2014, but the retailer recently decided the cyber services were no longer worth it.
A former aide to New York bigshots Chuck Schumer and Michael Bloomberg is now advising his tech clients on how to deal with the most powerful New Yorker of them all.
Roughly 430 employees will lose their jobs in Zenefits’ single largest round of cuts, showing how the embattled startup fell far short of its lofty expectations.
Payments startup Revel Systems, which has raised more than $130 million, has lost its founders and been taken over by a private equity investor. Here’s what happened behind the scenes.
It’s all part of the culture of “kindness” that, the company says, “helps to give our team the courage to create.”
Snap Inc’s filings reveal big losses, a slowdown in growth and founders who will keep total control of the company once it goes public
“I [your name] swear that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second.”
The longtime CEO of the company that pledged not to “be evil” shared his unvarnished thoughts on the Trump administration with Google employees.
The departure of the company’s head of capital markets is the latest sign of upheaval in the online lending industry.
Read Google CEO Sundar Pichai’s full email to staff.
The billionaire Facebook board member is on the hunt for candidates to chair the Federal Trade Commission and lead antitrust enforcement at the Justice Department, sources say.
From water jugs and dehydrated food to Faraday cages and unregistered vehicles, liberals are prepping for Trump. The possibility of a civilization-ending disaster “seems so surreal,” one concerned liberal said. “But 2016 was so surreal that you think, Well, I guess I should do this.“
The new strategy could help the embattled human resources startup gain surer financial footing.
Dan Chan will steal your smartwatch and break into your iPhone, using some old-fashioned sleight of hand.
All the apps, hacks, habits, and products that made our lives a little better in 2016.