Antonio García Martínez’s allegation that Apple knew of his 2016 book in which he called Silicon Valley women “soft and weak,” among other assertions that sparked employee protests, raised questions about his recent hiring process.
The new plans for a cryptocurrency project spearheaded by Facebook are a big comedown from the vision unveiled by the Libra Assn. in 2019.
In a post on Twitter Wednesday, Elon Musk cited concerns about “rapidly increasing use of fossil fuels for Bitcoin mining and transactions.”
A European Union court has overturned a ruling that said a tax deal between Amazon and the Luxembourg government amounted to illegal state support.
Americans can begin applying for $50 off their internet bill as part of an emergency government program to keep people connected during the pandemic.
The mother of Carson Bride, a 16-year-old who died after being bullied over Snapchat apps, filed suit against the tech companies yesterday.
In a departure, creators partaking in YouTube’s new $100-million fund will be paid based on viewership and engagement rather than advertising revenue.
Frontier Communications is quietly charging internet customers an ‘infrastructure surcharge’ of $7 to recoup routine business costs.
Attorneys general from across the U.S. have written to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg urging him to drop company plans for a version of Instagram for children under the age of 13
Investigators in Texas say the owner of a Tesla Model S whose body was found in the back seat after a fiery crash was at least initially in the driver’s seat.
A lawsuit filed against the maker of Snapchat and two apps, YOLO and LMK, that use its platform, alleges the apps present an unreasonable risk of harm.
‘Elon’s tweet does not match engineering reality,’ a DMV official wrote after debriefing a Tesla engineer who oversees autonomous driving development.
Google says it expects about 20% of its staff to continue working remotely after the COVID-19 pandemic, with many others mixing up their routines.
After digging in its heels and refusing to recall its Tread+ exercise machine, Peloton now says it will recall the treadmill and expressed remorse.
Facebook’s Oversight Board upheld the suspension of ex-President Trump’s social media account and asked the company to revisit the decision in six months.
Facebook’s Oversight Board delivers its long-awaited verdict on the Donald Trump ban, only to rule the company must judge for itself what a proportionate penalty is.
Kroger Co. Chief Executive Rodney McMullen found himself in a hailstorm of criticism last spring over hazard pay to frontline workers.
Homes are flying off the market at a record pace thanks to a perfect storm: pandemic-induced demand for more space, low supply, and apps that make it easier to view, bid for and buy houses — all with a few swipes and clicks.
Elon Musk continued to whipsaw the price of bitcoin, briefly sending it to the lowest since February after implying in a Twitter exchange Sunday that Tesla Inc. may sell or has sold its cryptocurrency holdings.
In Southern California, land is valuable. A patch of dirt in Brentwood sold for $10.75 million, and a 3,600-acre spread in Ojai listed for $100 million.
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Discovery CEO David Zaslav will run the proposed new company, which would bring some of the best-known TV channels and Warner Bros. studio together.
The companies are expected to announce their proposed joint venture as early as Monday, creating a new company that would reshape Hollywood.
AT&T Inc. is in talks to combine its media business with Discovery Inc. in a deal that would create a new entertainment giant.
Throughout the crisis, NBCUniversal seemed out of step with industry activists. “We looked mealy-mouthed,” said one NBC insider.
Have you noticed? Every weekend, caravans of lowriders and custom cars are cruising and hopping in a resurgent ritual. Van Nuys Boulevard is one of the city’s oldest sites of this resilient SoCal obsession.
The famed photographer choses his favorite films and TV moments that include that pop culture icon, the lowrider.
A unique set of circumstances brought on by the pandemic has roiled the used car market, leading to an inventory shortage that has sent prices soaring.
Startup CEOs are known for talking big games. A judge says Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes may bring up that fact in defending herself against criminal charges.
Bill and Melinda Gates’ divorce could put several luxury homes in play, including a cavernous estate complete with a trampoline room.
After years of peaceful co-existence, my Apple Watch inexplicably “unpaired” me. Can this relationship be saved?
The Microsoft co-founder and his wife say they will continue working together on their charitable foundation, the largest of its kind in the world.
In Beverly Hills, Korn guitarist James Shaffer is asking $5.495 million for his Hamptons-style home of five years.
‘Black-ish’ creator Kenya Barris just paid $7.25 million for a waterfront home in Toluca Lake, making it his fifth home in the San Fernando Valley.