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Venture capitalists in Silicon Valley are poised for a fresh wave of tech IPOs, while Chinese tech start-ups eye the global market.
New laws in the EU and US aim to address how and when technology companies must turn user data over to law enforcement as digital evidence.
The abrupt departure of Instagram’s founders from Facebook illustrates what can happen when parent companies get too close.
IBM has struck the biggest deal in its history – and the technology sector’s biggest-ever software acquisition – to up its cloud services game.
Seeing a key cross-selling opportunity, cloud technology firm Twilio will add email to its suite of communication APIs by acquiring SendGrid.
If its long-awaited IPO takes place next year, Uber could be valued as high as $120 billion – one of the biggest-ever technology sector listings.
Approval for AT&T and Time Warner to proceed with their $85 billion merger could be the start of a wave of media industry consolidation.
Intel Corp. has been trying to fill the most prominent role in the $400-billion chip industry for more than six months and the company’s board still hasn’t found what it’s looking for.