Customers of Bird and Lime gathered at Santa Monica City Hall to protest the possible banishment of the electric scooter startups from the beachside city.
Musk said he left a meeting "with no question that a deal with the Saudi sovereign fund could be closed." He would still need to present any plan to investors and the board.
It appears the Tesla CEO is serious.
Twitter reported 335 million monthly active users for the quarter, which was fewer than Wall Street had expected.
“It’s heartbreaking to see the images and hear the sounds of the kids,” Tim Cook said.
"We don’t aim to play judge and jury," Spotify said.
One former music industry insider said Daniel Ek appeared to be backtracking on the moral stand he took this month.
A product that lets you scroll through pictures of breasts was one of the few publicly available applications on display at the UC Berkeley cryptocurrency career fair.
The secretive data analysis company had only an “ad hoc” approach to handling social media data at the same time as others, such as Cambridge Analytica, relied on dodgy methods to collect user data.
Penalties against Zenefits and its former CEO for misleading investors show the SEC's aggressive new stance in Silicon Valley.
"This unholy alliance of perfidious greed devolving rapidly into the audacity of vituperative unparalleled predatory rapacity."
Protesters gathered in San Francisco Saturday to demonstrate against right-wing groups, even as conservative activists abruptly canceled rallies planned in the city.
A $4.4 billion investment in WeWork is only the latest sign of SoftBank Vision Fund's clout in startupland.
"Being associated with a morally repugnant, incompetent president just doesn't really bring you much prestige."
A cascade of resignations on Wednesday followed a press conference in which Trump defended white supremacists and neo-Nazis.
Benchmark, an early investor in Uber, is suing the ride-hail giant's former CEO for allegedly increasing "his power over Uber for his own selfish ends."
He does, however, remember that he is not a lawyer.
“I’m counting the days until someone emails me and tells me this book changed their lives — and the lives of their friends and families — forever," writes Jason Calacanis. "It’s gonna happen, I’m sure of it.”