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The last decade showed how social media could topple governments and make social change — and it's only getting crazier from here
The Arab Spring kicked off a decade in which technology and social media would play a key role in boosting protests onto a global platform.
A private equity firm explains why it's spending $5 billion to acquire Veeam, a cloud software startup last valued at $1 billion
The startup will shift continents, as a part of a strategy to "become the dominant player in the US," an Insight MD told Business Insider.
France and the US have two weeks to reach a compromise over a controversial tax on Google, Facebook, and other digital companies.
Should the US proceed to impose punishing tariffs on $2.4 billion French goods, the French finance minister has vowed that the country will retaliate.
Amazon may have to pay close to $22 million after a judge ruled that there was 'no question' it had reneged on a deal to lease office space
A judge ruled against Amazon in a five-year legal dispute. A court hearing later this month will determine exactly how much Amazon must pay.
California has sued tech billionaire Vinod Khosla over beach access, reviving a decade-long legal battle
The billionaire tech investor has previously said he regretted buying the beach, but will continue defending his property rights
YouTube just overhauled its rules for children's content, and it could have a major impact on both creators and the company's business
The policy upheaval carries legal risks for YouTube content creators, who are now responsible for choosing whether their content is made for children.
Tim Cook's personal security and travel expenses surged in 2019 as Trump's trade war with China threatened to gash Apple's profit
Apple may have spent less on lobbying than its Silicon Valley peers, but doing business amid a raging trade war with China still remains costly
Apple's former music boss just perfectly laid out the company's approach to marketing — and he wasn't even talking about Apple
"Make quality the priority, not speed. Speed is marketing, but you have to have something great to market," Iovine told the New York Times.
Google and Facebook are barging into Amazon's home turf, and analysts think they can earn billions of dollars in retail for these 4 reasons.
The advertising giants Google and Facebook appear to be gearing up to take on e-commerce in 2020 through Google Shopping and Instagram Checkout.
San Francisco is changing its facial recognition ban after it accidentally made the iPhones it gave to city employees illegal
The city banned local agencies from using gadgets equipped facial recognition technology in May, but problems with the ban quickly became apparent.
A $2.75 billion startup founded by 2 former Amazon managers is dedicated to eliminating waste in trucking, and it just crushed a massive goal
The digital-freight trucking startup Convoy's algorithms may save truckers hours of driving around empty trucks and ultimately help them earn more.
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