Facebook Vows to Appeal Belgian Ruling on Data Privacy
The social media giant was told by a court in Brussels that it must stop collecting online data about people in Belgium who are not its users....
Bits Daily Report: The Match and Square Road Shows
On Monday, the Match Group — the collection of dating services like Match.com and Tinder — set terms for its initial public offering, seeking a...
On the Runway: TAG Heuer, Intel and Google Raise the Stakes in Smartwatches
The TAG Connected brings digital functionality to Swiss watchmaking. Should you buy in?
Large Companies Game H-1B Visa Program, Leaving Smaller Ones in the Cold
Critics say a program meant to help American firms hire foreigners with special skills is instead being dominated by outsourcing companies that...
Amazon’s Streaming Music Aims for More Casual Listeners
Amazon Prime Music, available free to Prime subscribers, has a far smaller catalog than Spotify and Apple Music, but it may appeal to families and...
Op-Ed Contributor: Schools Can’t Stop Kids From Sexting. More Technology Can.
There are serious risks associated with teenagers exchanging nude photos but it isn’t the dangerous scourge that most adults imagine....
Japan Inc. Hires More Women, but Men Still Hold Top Jobs
Japanese companies, big and small, are getting serious about hiring and promoting women, a change in a country that has traditionally given women...
Tencent Shows Its Resilience With Strong Profit, Revenue Growth
Coming as China’s economy slows, Tencent Holdings’ 32% rise in third-quarter net profit, with solid revenue growth in mobile games and advertising,...
Why Tencent Has Room to Run
A solid third quarter highlights Tencent’s consistent execution, giving further support to its resilient share price.
The Future Issue: You, Only Better
Is ‘biohacking’ just a fad? Or can data-driven diets help us become an improved, happier species?
Sony is finally killing its ancient Betamax format
Forty years after it was first introduced, Sony is finally putting Betamax out of its misery.
Alibaba's Global Ambitions Face Counterfeit Challenge
Alibaba, which dominates e-commerce in China, is going abroad as its home market matures—but global business groups and brands, fearing a...