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A senior official at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center has received millions of dollars in payments from companies that are involved in medical research.
In an interview, Mr. Ma said it was “the beginning of an era” for him and that he planned to focus on philanthropy in education.
The elimination leaves Mr. Jones with a dearth of avenues to reach a mainstream audience.
Was it the pathetic moment we deserve? Twitter’s Jack Dorsey and Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg testified on Capitol Hill. A cast of characters joined them.
The head of accounting departed weeks after he arrived, and the company’s chief held forth in a webcast punctuated by his apparent puffs on a joint.
A researcher found the platform’s recommendation system had steered viewers to fringe and conspiracy videos on a neo-Nazi demonstration in Chemnitz.
With a single scholarly article, Lina Khan, 29, has reframed decades of monopoly law.
Is “binge-watching” actually a good idea? One viewer finds out after he willingly subjects himself to Netflix’s algorithms.
The venture capitalist talks about going from “being a player on the field to being a coach” and what it’s like to see your company lose 98 percent of its value in one day.
Amazon announced its plans for a second headquarters a year ago on Friday. People in the 20 finalist cities are looking for any sign of a winner.
The European Union, which has emerged as the world’s toughest overseer of technology, said the deal did not pose any threat to competition.
When Facebook and YouTube booted Mr. Jones, the internet provocateur, last month, Twitter did not. On Thursday, it joined them.
Facebook is beefing up its original TV content, most of which seems aimed at younger users. But is it any good? Here’s a look at the best on offer.
Two tech start-ups recently introduced sleek wall-mounted fitness systems that stream workouts into customers’ homes — and cost thousands.
Wednesday’s hearings in Washington with social media executives did not devolve into ham-handed apologies. Instead, they showed a political system wrestling with issues that have no easy answers.
The streaming service has been making deals with independent artists. Could it change the music industry as we know it?
Haunted by mass killings, schools are hiring Twitter and Facebook monitoring services to keep a constant watch on students. The companies say their success can’t be measured.
For $250, the well-designed earbuds are a limited solution that mask noise but didn’t get our columnist to snooze longer.
Republicans and Democrats sparred over censorship on social media, as the Justice Department said it would examine whether the services were purposely “stifling the free exchange of ideas.”
Mr. Dorsey testified before the House on the moderation of online content. Earlier in the day, he appeared at a Senate hearing with Sheryl Sandberg of Facebook.