Big tech grows up, gets treated with overdue suspicion, and aims to get boring.
The New York Times reported Saturday that the Microsoft co-founder was charmed by Jeffrey Epstein, with whom he met several times after Epstein's release from jail.
Amazon, Google, and Microsoft workers organized to protest their companies’ role in expediting climate change. Demonstrators say Amazon’s climate pledge wasn't enough.
The Kremlin’s targeting of George Soros and his organization carries echoes of 2016, when the GRU dumped 2,500 files stolen from the Open Society Foundations.
Xi Jinping’s “Made in China 2025” is meant to end China’s reliance on foreign tech advances—whether stolen or licensed. The new tech board in Shanghai is central to that plan.
Big Business was under pressure not to give to the 2016 Republican National Convention. So companies like Comcast, Microsoft, and Koch found a way to keep their cash cloaked.
Microsoft is going after Fancy Bear, the Russian hacking group that targeted the DNC, by wresting control of domain names controlled by the foreign spies.