Orbitz Discloses Possible Data Breach Affecting 880,000 Payment Cards
Expedia Inc.’s Orbitz subsidiary said Tuesday it has discovered a possible data breach affecting thousands of customers on one of its older sites...
AT&T-Time Warner Case: How the Biggest Antitrust Trial in Years Could Play Out
Here’s what you need to know about a courtroom battle that could determine how you watch HBO or even sports.
Google Pledges $300 Million to Clean Up False News
After enduring criticism for allowing the rapid spread of conspiracy theories, the tech giant opened up its checkbook to support reliable...
Facebook CEO Zuckerberg is no-show at internal briefing on Cambridge Analytica, reports say
Facebook CEO and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg was a no-show at the social media giant’s Tuesday internal briefing for employees about its role in the...
Cambridge Analytica suspends CEO amid ongoing investigation
Cambridge Analytica announced it has suspended CEO Alexander Nix pending the results of an ongoing investigation that it improperly accessed 50...
Google Makes $300 Million Commitment to Supporting News
Google unveiled a three-year, $300 million commitment to help news organizations adapt to the digital age, the search giant’s latest olive branch...
Arizona, Site of Deadly Uber Crash, Pushed to Become Nation's Test Lab for Driverless Cars
The deadly Uber crash in Arizona, the first known fatality involving an autonomous vehicle in the U.S., is a setback for a state that has...
How Researchers Learned to Use Facebook ‘Likes’ to Sway Your Thinking
Your interest in Kim Kardashian West can tell researchers how extroverted (very), how conscientious (more than most) and how open-minded (only...
'Ambitious' Apple Store Put Up For Sale by Chicago Landlord
The Chicago landlord of what Apple Inc. calls its “most ambitious store” has put the building on the block in a sales process that will test the...
Uber's New CEO Confronts His First Crisis With Driverless-Car Death
Dara Khosrowshahi spent much of the first six months as Uber’s CEO cleaning up scandals he inherited. Just as it appeared Uber was turning a...
Facebook Faces FTC Probe of Data Use by Cambridge Analytica
The Federal Trade Commission is probing Facebook over the use of personal data by an analytics firm tied to President Trump’s campaign.
Security Worries About Huawei Spread Beyond U.S.
National-security concerns surrounding China’s Huawei Technologies—the world’s biggest supplier of wireless equipment and No. 3 vendor of...