Michigan Governor Rick Snyder signed the “Anti-Tesla” bill into law Tuesday, making one of the nation’s most restrictive laws governing direct auto sales even stricter. Tesla has more than 200 Model S drivers in Michigan, home of the Big Three automakers. Earlier this morning, GM came out in favor of the legislation. ...
Apple and newly bankrupt GT Advanced Technologies are nearing an agreement over how much of the Silicon Valley titan’s confidential information will be dragged into the light.
In court papers filed Tuesday, lawyers for GT, a materials manufacturer and Apple supplier, asked to push back a key deadline in its bankruptcy case, sayi ...
Monica Lewinsky has found a cause to fight for, as she puts it, “to give purpose” to the last 16 years of her life: Cyberbullying.
In a rare public speech this week, Lewinsky linked her 1998 experience with humiliation over her liaison with then-President Bill Clinton with online harassment today, according to a transcript ...
“There’s sort of a libertarian bent in the valley that occasionally goes too far.”
— Aaron Levie, CEO of Box, talks politics and Silicon Valley, where government regulations leave a bad taste in many people’s mouths. “I would characterize myself as very pro-free market, with a very strong social backdrop, or sa ...
Lending Club, the world’s biggest website for matching borrowers who need small loans with investors, will make its public market debut on the New York Stock Exchange – the same exchange where many of the banks the startup is vying to disrupt also trade.
In an updated financial filing Monday, San Francisco-based Lending Cl ...
Yahoo’s embattled CEO Marissa Mayer is expected to lay out her strategy for reviving the Sunnyvale Internet giant and counter an unhappy investor during Tuesday’s third-quarter earnings report.
Mayer is expected to provide more information about her acquisitions strategy and cost-cutting measures, the Wall Street Journal r ...
"But you could say the same thing about doctors. They can become very well-off treating very sick patients."
— Jon Schultz, owner of the domain name Ebola.com, when questioned about wanting to profit off a disease that has killed Read More →
Silicon Valley firms recruit from the same stable of elite universities, a practice that contributes to the companies missing out on qualified ethnic and racial minorities, USA Today reports.
Hispanics make up 6.5 percent and blacks 4.5 percent of Read More →
Apple is quietly preparing to go live with Apple Pay, according to a new report.
Tech blog 9to5Mac reported on Sunday that the Cupertino-based company is training its retail employees and conspiring with retailers to ensure that Apple Pay debuts Read More →
Shares of Tesla Motors were down more than 3 percent in early trading Monday.
Last week, Tesla revealed that the "D" stood for dual motor and that the "something else" referred to new safety and autopilot hardware that are standard Read More →
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Analyst: Google will beat Apple to become first member of trillion-dollar club.
Google, Facebook, etc. would be affected if Ireland gets rid of the "Double Irish" tax loophole. Ireland is Read More →
"When 100 percent of relationships start online, then we will have succeeded."
— Sam Yagan, CEO of Match.com and founder of OKCupid, says the goal is to have everyone use "online dating the way everyone uses Amazon." (OKCupid, the Read More →