Microsoft has warned nearly 10,000 people that nation-state hackers have targeted or breached their accounts in the past year. The software giant revealed that around 84 percent of these attacks are aimed
Netflix’s shares fell by more than 10pc after the streaming service's run of stellar user growth came to an abrupt end on Wednesday evening. The drop comes as the company mourns the loss of popular TV
Spraying trillions of tons of snow over west Antarctica could halt the ice sheet’s collapse and save coastal cities across the world from sea level rise, according to a new study. The colossal geoengineering
This Founder Is Fixing the Worst Part of Open Floor Offices With Soundproof Booths--and Google and Apple are Buying Lots
Welcome to the 18th episode of Inc.'s weekly Founders Project With Alexa von Tobel podcast. This new show brings you the stories of the entrepreneurs building the future. Listen to the tales of guts, and
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella took the stage Wednesday morning in Las Vegas to usher in thousands of Microsoft's business partners at its huge annual partner conference. And in the middle of his keynote,
Fintech startup N26 is raising $170 million a few months after raising $300 million. While it’s technically structured as a new round, the company considers today’s new funding as an extension of the D
An increasing number of entrepreneurs are turning to fellow founders and isolated locations to solve big-picture issues within their companies. This story appears in the July 2019 issue of Entrepreneur.
We all rely on maps to get where we’re going or investigate a neighborhood for potential brunch places, but the data we’re looking at is often old, vague, or both. Nexar, maker of dashcam apps and cameras,
America’s largest drug companies saturated the country with 76 billion oxycodone and hydrocodone pain pills from 2006 through 2012 as the nation’s deadliest drug epidemic spun out of control, according
If Bruce Springsteen wrote a song about the Fed or the ECB or the BoJ, there’d be a line in there: “What are they good for?” (Absolutely nothing.) Since the Great Recession, they’ve been good for two driving
For now, it’s an art project, not a product—but it’s a powerful and stylish one. Ever upload a photo of friends to your Facebook, only to have the system accurately identify those pictured and ask if like
It’s one of the biggest challenges facing recycling today—but researchers have discovered a breakthrough technique that turns it into a precious commodity. Apologies to your favorite delivery joint, but
London (CNN Business) — The European Union will investigate how Amazon uses data from independent sellers, continuing an aggressive regulatory push that has already ensnared Google, Facebook and Apple.