A legal document obtained by The Associated Press says that Italian prosecutors want to drop their investigation into the 2015 breach of surveillance company Hacking Team, leaving a question mark over a dramatic leak which ...
The technology publication Recode is reporting that Visa fired a high-profile executive for behavior that "violated" the credit card company's policy.
Facebook's effort to limit the spread of fake news using outside fact-checkers appears to be having an effect—though that finding comes with a major caveat.
Ikea will start selling furniture through third-party websites next year as it tries to find new ways to reach customers in the digital age.
German officials say that a spike in radioactivity has been detected in the air in Western and Central Europe but there's no threat to human health.
The revelation came just weeks after Liane Hornsey joined Uber as chief human resources officer.
The former chairman and CEO of Equifax says the company was entrusted with personal information of 140 million Americans and "we let them down" as human error and technology failures allowed a massive data breach.
The European Union and its private sector will commit about 1 billion euros ($1.18 billion) to better protect marine life during the global Our Ocean conference this week.
Tesla Inc. is denying claims that it threatened to fire pro-union workers at its Fremont, California, factory and tried to prevent them from passing out union literature.