Silicon Valley CFOs Decry Some Local Issues
The area's high cost of living and long daily commutes don't make it any easier to attract talent, which is in shorter supply in the Valley than ever.
SEC Approves New Stock Exchange for Startups
The Long-Term Stock Exchange aims to provide "a new way of being public" that puts long-term value creation ahead of quarterly results.
Warren Pledges Breakup of Big Tech Companies
“Big, structural changes” to the tech sector are needed to "restore the balance of power in our democracy [and] promote competition," the senator says.
Capitalizing on the Platformization of the Economy
Assuming a platform lives up to its promise of creating a seamless, interoperable system, it should open up new doors for a business.
The Troubling Clash Between VCs and Female Founders
The truth of the matter is that women simply aren’t getting VC funding.
UK Tech Giant Sage to Buy Intacct for $850M
The deal will boost Sage's cloud-based financial management offerings as it faces increasing competition for small business customers.
Why Technology Companies Should Consider Divestments
Divestment of non-core units is an effective way to streamline the business and free up capital to support growth.
Lawyer to Head SEC Corporate Finance Unit
New SEC chief Jay Clayton names Silicon Valley attorney William Hinman to lead the critical division that oversees public company filings.
GM Buys Startup to Fuel Driverless Car Push
The automaker says Cruise Automation will provide it with "a unique technology advantage" in the race toward autonomous driving.
HP Slashing Up to 33,000 Workers
The company expects to save about $2.7 billion, mostly by cutting jobs in the HP Enterprise business.
Being ‘Intensely’ Data Driven Is Not for Everyone
A high-performing culture like Amazon’s is effective, but it also creates winners and losers. And, in some cases, it can quickly go bad.