Facebook slammed in Europe over U.S. spying
Europe's top court looks set to rule that Facebook and other tech firms can no longer hand over vast quantities of user data to U.S. authorities....
Uber launches new carpool service in China
In China, and looking for a carpool? Try Uber.
Kleiner Perkins' Doerr makes "diversity" slip
A partner at the center of the Ellen Pao suit is on the hot seat for his poorly received joke.
How Facebook plans to make money on Messenger
The company's ad head, Andrew Bosworth, talked about plans for making money off the popular Messenger app at TechCrunch Disrupt....
Why people are gushing about Amy
Amy Ingram has set up tens of thousands of meetings. How is she everyone's assistant? She's not real.
Groupon is laying off 1,100 employees
Groupon will cut 1,100 jobs, or 10% of its staff, over the next year. The company will also close several international offices....
China's president is here. Will U.S. call out China on hacking?
Chinese President Xi Jinping visits the United States this week. Will President Obama push for China to end widespread corporate espionage?...
Ahmed drops in on Google Science Fair
At Google's annual science fair, Ahmed Mohamed and aspiring scientists discuss ways to save the world -- and take a few selfies....
Behind Carly Fiorina's 30,000 HP layoffs
Carly Fiorina's disastrous decision to merge with Compaq in 2002 led to nearly 30,000 layoffs at the company.
Hillary Clinton tweet crushes biotech stocks
Shares of biotech stocks took a hit after Hillary Clinton promised to tackle 'price gouging' among specialty drug makers.
The many controversies of Carly's billionaire defender
Carly Fiorina has pointed out that former HP board member Tom Perkins now thinks she was a good CEO. Even though he fired her. But Perkins may not...
Apple says iOS 9 is most successful update ever
More than half of all iPhone users are using Apple's new mobile operating system, iOS 9.