The LA Times' owner is investigating after NPR detailed two sexual harassment lawsuits against publisher Ross Levinsohn.
Catapult Ventures, formed by a DJI Silicon Valley exec and a partner at Kleiner Perkins, is aiming to raise $50 million.
A South Korean consumer group filed a criminal complaint against Apple CEO Tim Cook over slower iPhone devices.
Snapchat laid off two dozen workers in New York and London. Half of them worked on content as the company consolidated those operations in Los Angeles
Rich Templeton is being replaced at the helm of Texas Instruments after 14 years.
Uber's Kalanick ignored warnings from execs about buying self-driving truck start-up Otto, says report
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick ignored warnings from other execs about self-driving truck company Otto and ex-CEO Anthony Levandowski.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak told an audience of Silicon Valley veterans that he's still a company employee after four decades.
Bank of America is losing its second global head of technology, media and telecom investment banking in less than a year.
Intel confirms that patches for the Spectre and Meltdown security flaws are crashing systems.
Nomura Instinet downgrades Comcast to neutral from buy, saying the media giant is facing several challenges.
Investors added hundreds of billions to international stocks in 2017. The best way to capture global growth is with broad ETFs.
Shari Redstone has discussed adding new directors to the CBS board as she renews her push to merge the company with Viacom.
Sources familiar with the matter said that Go-Jek was aiming to raise about $1.2 billion in funds.
Rappler's case "is a tragic reminder to Facebook of the central role it plays in shaping political discourse," said a human rights lawyer.
iOS update will let users decide if they want Apple to slow down older iPhones or not, Tim Cook says
A new update for iPhones will show users their battery performance and give them the option to slow down the phone or not.