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Two new books about tech culture — Alexandra Wolfe’s “Valley of the Gods” and Aimee Groth’s “The Kingdom of Happiness” — whisk readers around Silicon Valley like tourists in a celebrity-sighting van.
The toll on the Japanese conglomerate reaches $6.3 billion as it examines whether executives circumvented internal controls to strike a costly deal.
The technology giant said it would introduce its first two shows this spring. Others, including scripted dramas, are in the pipeline.
When some climate scientists began saying we’d entered a new epoch, they meant to draw attention to human effects on climate. Now, to their dismay, it’s become a tech call to arms for more disruption.
Major banks are unveiling teller machines across the country that customers can gain access to with their phones. But the technology raises new security issues.
Amazon has tried out numerous experiments in its hometown, cementing the city’s reputation as a hub for retail innovation.
Twitter gives you 30 days to change your mind if you close your account, though you have to come back through the right door.
The hospitality industry is drawing on technology to connect with guests and enhance their stays, while data gives them insight into their operations.
The company is putting its stamp on the city with an expanding array of unconventional experiments in bricks-and-mortar sales.
Deal makers like Jack Ma have promised to make big investments and create plentiful jobs in the United States. Real, or “truthful hyperbole”?
Promotions featuring 360-degree videos have become an increasingly popular way for travel companies and tourism boards to entice clients.
Prompted by President Trump’s immigration order and in some cases their employer’s own past, workers seek to set limits on cooperation with the administration.
The first hints that the phones of nutrition policy makers were infected were strange messages from unknown contacts.