The challenge at last year’s investment conference in Saudi Arabia was convincing Silicon Valley celebrities not to abruptly cancel. The challenge this year is to convince them to show up at all. The Riyadh
Amazon is taking a further step toward ensuring its customers never need to go to a store. According to a new report from Recode's Jason Del Rey, the retail giant has been gradually making it possible
Why the government is investigating Apple, Amazon, Google, and Facebook for antitrust — but not Microsoft
The companies making the software many office workers depend on are at war with each other. And while battles over workplace communication software may sound mundane, they reflect a larger, more pressing
GitHub, which hosts an important platform for software developers, is the latest prominent Silicon Valley company to be embroiled in controversy over its contracts with Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Tech CEOs and their underlings have spent the past few years apologizing in Washington. Google paid a fine. Facebook paid a very big fine. Donald Trump is yelling at Silicon Valley. So is Elizabeth Warren.
Rent the Runway, the popular clothing rental service, said Tuesday that it was once again accepting new rental orders and subscribers following a nearly month-long operations disruption that caused customer
More than 30 civil rights organizations, including RAICES, Media Justice, and the National Immigration Law Center, published a joint letter Tuesday asking lawmakers to end local police partnerships with
Walmart paid $300 million for Bonobos. Two years later, the men’s fashion brand is laying off staff.
Online menswear brand Bonobos laid off dozens of employees on Monday amid a broader push by its parent company Walmart to rein in e-commerce losses. A spokesperson would not say exactly how many jobs cut
In May, California passed landmark legislation that rewrote the rules for the gig economy, including the more than 300,000 drivers who work for companies like Uber and Lyft in the state. The bill, AB makes
Amazon’s Prime Video app, which disappeared from Apple’s app stores this morning, is back. In a statement on Friday evening, an Amazon spokesperson told Recode, “Earlier today, there was a technical glitch