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John Flannery, named to lead General Electric, is reviewing its portfolio of businesses — some of them core properties, others prospectively for sale.
Yahoo, founded as a web directory in 1994, lost its way in the mobile world. But Verizon, which is combining Yahoo with AOL, has big plans for it.
In another rollback of Obama administration rules, the F.C.C. told the court it did not have the authority to set the limits it had intended.
Here are the main recommendations for improving Uber’s workplace culture as laid out in a report by the former attorney general and his law firm, Covington & Burling.
The week started with news of a senior executive’s departure from the ride-hailing company, and more changes are expected.
If you want to keep an eye on a laptop battery’s current charge, add (or return) the icon to the Windows 10 taskbar.
Productivity gains from automation are not resulting in job losses, but are enabling companies to redeploy employees to handle higher-value tasks and a greater volume of work.