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Originally called Edison General Electric, the company mirrored the growth of industrial America from the steam age to the age of electricity and beyond.
Uber’s stock buyback deal requires workers to follow the “instructions of Travis Kalanick” on “any and all matters” submitted to a shareholder vote.
Mr. Immelt, who transformed G.E. over the past decade, jettisoning most of its once-huge financial business, will give up his post as chief executive on Aug. 1.
In taking over from Jeffrey R. Immelt, Mr. Flannery will face the challenges of simplifying G.E.’s complex structure and lifting its lagging stock price.
New mobile apps — including a virtual closet, detailed checklists and even a service that launders clothes and packs users’ bags — allow travelers to avoid last-minute stress.
It’s been a headline-making year for Uber so far, and there’s more to come as the company prepares to release a report into its corporate culture.
Google’s handy search tool for finding specific photos on the web works on smartphones and tablets, too.
The rapid evolution of CRM has initiated a rush of new marketing processes and practices; combining multi-channel messaging with analytics is a promising new direction.
Taking on rivals like Venmo and Apple Pay, more than 30 major banks have created a network that allows users to instantly send money to one another.
Apple’s newest tablet is faster, with a brighter screen and a higher refresh rate, but keyboard typing is still uncomfortable.
Stanley Black & Decker sees an expanded role for itself in the digital economy and is exploring how AWS Greengrass will enable it to launch new services.
In corporate Japan’s latest black eye, an investigating committee said the joint venture overstated revenue by $340 million over a five-year period.
Apple debuted its new operating system last week. It will bring some big changes to your iPhone.
The Islamic State’s internet use has proved a more elusive target than missile systems or centrifuges, American officials say.
The board is considering Travis Kalanick’s future and the recommendations of Eric H. Holder Jr.’s investigation into the company’s culture.
Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo will show off new hardware and games in Los Angeles.
The suit accuses the company of improperly classifying a former shift manager in California as an employee exempt from overtime pay.
Uber and Careem, its chief competitor in the Middle East, rejected the request, but it could soon be law — perhaps a recipe for sweeping surveillance.
Anonymous online sales are surging, and people are dying. Despite dozens of arrests, new merchants — many based in Asia — quickly pop up.
Mike and Farhad discuss Uber, Apple and the week’s biggest tech news: Taylor Swift is back on Spotify.