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Uber said customers’ trips on pedal-assist bikes in a San Francisco pilot program covered almost the same distance as an average car ride.
The Australian rust belt city of Adelaide wants to replicate the same innovation model that has revived American cities like Chattanooga and Pittsburgh.
Many financial institutions offer fraud alerts by text, but if you’re not sure the message is real, call the company directly or check your account online.
Southwest Airlines operates a fleet of 700 aircraft flying 4,000 flights a day. Here's how it uses analytics to manage all the complexity that comes with that.
It's time to stop with the excuses and recognize why an organization needs to move to the cloud.
How data, subscriptions and new business models are transforming the CIO's relationship with the customer.
Facebook plans to begin notifying users on Monday who were affected by Cambridge Analytica’s data collection. The Times has already spoken with some people whose data was taken.
Tens of millions of American Facebook users had their data harvested by Cambridge Analytica and a British-based researcher. Here’s how it happened.
Facebook just promised to offer its users around the world the same privacy controls required under a new European data protection law. What does that mean? And can the company deliver?
As Facebook reels from a privacy scandal, some of its most popular users are lashing out over declining traffic, policy changes and financial complaints.
Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief, faces his biggest test yet: two days in the hot seat on Capitol Hill. The company has pulled out the stops to make sure he’s ready.