Data-Crunching Is Coming to Help Your Boss Manage Your Time
Employers of all types are using a wide range of technological tools to monitor workers’ efforts and motivate them.
New Dr. Dre Album Serves as a Test for Apple Music
“Compton: A Soundtrack” had 25 million streams worldwide in its first week on Apple’s new service, but is expected to open in second place in the...
Celebrities on Scooters (Catch Them if You Can)
The futuristic self-balancing machines have become the status-affirming accessory du jour for young celebrities, such as Meek Mill, Justin Bieber,...
Blending Tech Workers and Locals in San Francisco’s Troubled Mid-Market
Tech giants like Twitter and Spotify have descended on one of the poorest neighborhoods in the Bay Area, bringing prosperity for some and upheaval...
A Fashion Trailblazer’s Stylish Leap From Touch to Touch Screen
In a business that relies on personal interaction with people and clothes, MatchesFashion.com, a high-end retailer in Britain, is making the jump...
EnChroma’s Accidental Spectacles Find Niche Among the Colorblind
An inventor of lenses invented to aid surgeons found that they could also help the colorblind, leading him to start a company that sells glasses....
AT&T Helped N.S.A. Spy on an Array of Internet Traffic
Newly disclosed N.S.A. documents show that the agency gained access to billions of emails through a “highly collaborative” relationship with AT&T....
Corner Office: Don Charlton of Jazz on the Power of Candid Questions
The founder and C.E.O. of Jazz encourages a “culture of candor,” asking workers to be honest with him so he can help them solve their problems....
Farhad and Mike’s Week in Tech: Google and Tinder Shake Up the Internet
Google reorganized under a new name, Alphabet, and Tinder blew up on Twitter in response to an article in Vanity Fair.
Your Money: Airbnb Horror Story Points to Need for Precautions
Travelers must protect themselves by investigating company policies and taking steps to ensure their own security.
Inside Amazon: Wrestling Big Ideas in a Bruising Workplace
The company is conducting an experiment in how far it can push white-collar workers to get them to achieve its ever-expanding ambitions....
Hollywood Uses Bigger Screens to Tell Sophisticated Stories
Large-screen and 3-D formats, usually reserved for action blockbusters aimed at younger audiences, are now being employed for the kind of movies...