Amid harassment lawsuit, Coca Cola, State Farm pull back from Blizzard's Overwatch League
Coca-Cola and State Farm are reassessing partnerships with Activision Blizzard's Overwatch League, according to statements provided by both companies.
A Rooftop Solar Company Hires a Utility Veteran as Chief Executive
Sunrun, the largest rooftop solar company, is hiring Mary Powell, who previously led Green Mountain Power, as it seeks to expand its energy offerings.
Apple's iPhones Will Include New Tools to Flag Child Sexual Abuse
Apple on Thursday unveiled changes to iPhones designed to catch nude photos that are of children or are sent to children, a move that will likely please parents and police but that was already worrying to privacy watchdogs.
Amazon pushes its return to office to January.
More large corporations, including Amazon, BlackRock and Wells Fargo, announced on Thursday that they would delay their return to office plans as the spread of the Delta variant causes the number of coronavirus cases to climb.
YouTube is underwhelming
Even YouTube isn't an unqualified financial winner. This does not speak well for the vitality of the internet.
This question will sound ridiculous, but it isn't: Is YouTube a success?
Oil producers used Facebook to counter President Biden's clean energy message, a study shows.
Soon after Joseph R. Biden Jr., then a presidential candidate, released his $2 trillion climate plan last year that promised to escalate the use of clean energy in the United States, the world's major oil and gas dialed up their presence on Facebook.
Why Facebook's efforts to compete with Apple Watch and Fitbit are doomed
Facebook probably isn't the platform you'd expect to share your resting heart rate or calories consumed with-but Mark Zuckerberg is looking to change that.
Bill Gates Says Epstein Relationship Was 'a Huge Mistake'
"You know, there were lots of others in that same situation, but I made a mistake," Mr. Gates told Anderson Cooper of CNN.
New York City's Vaccine Passport Plan Renews Online Privacy Debate
The mainstreaming of digital vaccine passes could lead to more surveillance, privacy researchers cautioned.
Facebook Boots NYU Disinformation Researchers Off Its Platform And Critics Cry Foul
Facebook cut off access to NYU researchers studying political ads and COVID misinformation, saying their work violated its terms of service.