It’s one of the tech industry’s biggest embarrassments: Silicon Valley’s lack of diversity is also a
After much success with being a daytime talk show host, acting in movies
and television series, curating book lists (Oprah’s Book Club) and
launching her own cable network (OWN), media mogul Oprah Winfrey has
joined the wide world of apps.
Delta and United will retire 747 planes from their fleet by the end of the year,
48 years after the jet first took flight.
In Silicon Valley, the house next door might not be full of techies, but it could be stuffed with tech products.
Tech IPOs have minted millionaires, with stories of even janitors who worked at Google striking it rich.
Amazon.com’s Twitch is taking a page from its corporate
parent — by selling the games themselves.
Many Silicon Valley tech leaders continue to challenge the man they never wanted to see in the White House.
Shopowners in Santa Monica hope a Snap real estate slowdown reinstates their leverage with landlords and helps steady rents.
After a tough slog through 2016, tech startups (at least the good ones) have reason to be optimistic about the year ahead.
Today, adopting an inside sales strategy that utilizes the
most up-to-date tech tools is key to success in the