But it’s not the same as Facebook’s. C.E.O. Brian Chesky discusses why he and Mark Zuckerberg have different consequences to consider.
Not by buying airplanes. Instead, the newest start-up millionaires are proceeding cautiously.
While much has been made of tech’s unwillingness to work with the Pentagon, start-ups are still plumbing the industry’s decades-long ties to the military.
Slate Star Codex was a window into the psyche of many tech leaders building our collective future. Then it disappeared.
They’ve always been big givers, but for a long time men got most of the credit.
Robinhood pitched itself to investors as the antithesis of Wall Street. It didn’t say that it also entirely relies on Wall Street. This past week, the two realities collided.
Substack is the breakout newsletter platform media insiders are watching. Its chief executive says he has big plans — and an open door.
Uber built a business on the backs of drivers and, now, restaurants. But the company’s chief Dara Khosrowshahi says it’s not part of the ‘menace economy.’
Tech giants were right to ban the president. We still need to break them up.
The obituary for California’s tech industry has been written before, and it will be rewritten again and again and again.
Mastercard’s chief executive oversees $6.5 trillion in transactions. That gives him unique insights into our economic recovery, and power over companies like PornHub.
Brené Brown tries her best.
Several companies have followed the same path to Texas, which has aggressively advertised lower taxes and fewer regulations.
The Salesforce C.E.O.’s planned acquisition of Slack will have him competing directly with the Goliath that is Microsoft.
The nonprofit organization, All Raise, is working on an expansion, as diversity in the tech industry remains elusive.
Chamath Palihapitiya made his fortune with bold predictions and bets on the future. That wealth gives him influence well beyond Silicon Valley — but should it?
Coinbase, Expensify, Soylent, Clubhouse and others are embroiled in a culture war over politics and the workplace.
Labs closed in the pandemic, but innovation doesn’t stop. So while some workers have the home office, engineers have the garage.
“People are basically good” was eBay’s founding principle. But in the deranged summer of 2019, prosecutors say, a campaign to terrorize a blogger crawled out of a dark place in the corporate soul.
A new podcast about power: who has it, who’s been denied it and who dares to defy it.
Ben Silbermann, the C.E.O., had few answers to allegations that the social media company has a culture of discrimination.
Overcrowding, not density, has defined many coronavirus hot spots. Service workers’ quarters skirting Silicon Valley are no exception.
Indian immigrants from Dalit backgrounds are rising up against caste discrimination at their workplaces in the United States.
We need to reimagine the social network or find a way to survive its dominance.
With unemployment soaring in this region of haves and have-nots, a local Boys and Girls Club has transformed into a pop-up takeout operation to feed the most disadvantaged.
For all the high-minded talk among techies, their new favorite app is an invite-only (so far) social network for mingling with one another.
Tech companies invented remote work. Why has it taken them so long to embrace it?
A trip to YouTube for a conversation with the woman trying to change it.
In Silicon Valley, gearing up for the apocalypse was a cliché. Now it’s a credential.
Their tech employees are a different story.