Technology

Technology

When Google Express pilots its fresh food same-day delivery service – announced this week – in the San Francisco Bay Area and a mysterious, yet to-be-named U.S. city (our money is on Seattle given it’s a stronghold for rival Amazon) in...

Maybe it was the plan from the start, or maybe we all just stumbled on it as we were careening forward, trading our personal information to social media companies in exchange for shiny new features, but somewhere, somehow, someone realized what...
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Major enterprises are slow to adopt even basic cyber security policies despite risks and warnings, according to IT expert Julie Thorpe.

Jay-Z's recent entrance in to the overly crowded streaming music wars is a reminder that celebrities sometimes invest in questionable things. It was entertaining watching Leonardo DiCaprio’s version of a manic Jordan Belfort – The Wolf of Wall Street – crawling...
Think Cyber Threats Don't Impact You? Think Again.

Fact: Cyber criminals and nation states are having great success in penetrating our cyber defenses. Businesses, especially those involved in international mergers, acquisitions, hostile take-overs and IPOs, are targets, and the threats are significant.

From the IT perspective, mergers, buy-outs, take-overs and even IPOs are fraught with potential peril. Business synergies and balance sheets never tell the full story of a company, and IT can be a major factor in post-merger integration.

Apple acquired Beats Electronics for $3 billion. Google paid $39 million for Songza. Which tech giant made the better deal and will win the music streaming war?

Dov Charney and Chip Wilson are the latest founders to be ousted by their own companies. But they're not alone. Here's a look at some other famous founders who were kicked to the curb.

Lululemon and American Apparel serve as a painful reminder to boards that the corporate experience and influence of a founder can be a dual-edged sword if not handled properly.

World politics may be important, but messing with TV is serious business. The proposed merger of Comcast and Time Warner - two of the nation's largest cable and Internet providers - has unleashed a firestorm of debate online and on Capitol Hill.