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Apple's CEO said that he wants large companies like Apple to play a role in solving societal problems when governments can't.
New York State's financial regulator has issued its first bitcoin license, bringing consumer protection, compliance and cyber-security guidelines to what still is very much the wild west of the financial industry.
HP is expecting to make some new hires to offset this reduction as it 'reshapes' its workforce, but is not divulging exact numbers.
Google has appointed John Krafcik, a former Hyundai exec and more recently president of auto sales website Truecar, to run its self-driving car operations.
Microsoft has expanded its agreement with NATO to provide the military alliance with a broader range of information as part of its Government Security Program.
Amazon has hired a social responsibility advocate at a time when the online retailer is facing increased criticism for its business practices.
Cisco and Apple announced a deal to integrate iOS devices more tightly with enterprise networks and Cisco collaboration tools.
Lenovo's Motorola Mobility division will take over the company's smartphone development and manufacturing, as part of a reorganization that it hopes will cut costs and revitalize its handset business
The startup has launched a new feature that lets other companies integrate their sites and apps into Slack with a button called "Add to Slack."
If you use OneDrive's Groups collaboration feature, you have a little under two months to pack up your data and move to something else.
Google's Life Sciences unit, whose projects include a smart contact lens for measuring blood glucose levels, will become its own independent company within Alphabet under Google's reorganization.
Hewlett-Packard doesn't officially become two companies until Nov. 1, but the company has already separated its internal systems and is effectively operating as two businesses.
Hewlett-Packard has reported another quarter of declining profits and revenue, with its massive corporate split now less than three months away.
A California man who drives for Uber has sued the company in federal court, claiming he's owed unpaid wages under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act.
The world of Frank Fearon, an Apple engineer who is thought to be working on autonomous car technology, isn't perhaps as cloak and dagger as you were told.