Apple, Meta, and Twitter have all disclosed cybersecurity attacks over the past 12 months. We track the latest data breaches.
With one US state proposing tax credits for companies that trial a 4-day week, is the traditional work week on its way out?
Majority of companies are open to using AI solutions to automate tasks, according to a new report by Microsoft.
As with any generation, there's no single hive-mind opinion to point to as a yardstick for interpreting them.
Facebook middle managers beware: According to Zuckerberg, managers shouldn't be rewarded for creating large teams.
The research on the four-day work week has shown that it improves productivity, mental health, and even revenue.
The affordable VPN has proven that its no-log policy is legitimate, making Surfshark even more attractive to users.
As Twitter's debts pile up and the company auctions off merch online, Musk and his team are considering equity financing.
As big tech buckles, one of the sector's largest employers, IBM, decides to axe its headcount by 1.5%.
2023 looks set to follow last year's trend for tech layoffs - we track the latest job cuts from Amazon, Salesforce and others
People working from home aren't just saving time commuting - they're also spending more time working.
TikTok is cracking down on flexibility options, joining plenty of other tech companies that don't want remote workers.
Intel aims to slash $3 billion from its annual budget in this year, after revenues dipped by about 20% in 2022.
All three MailChimp breaches in the past 12 months have been due to social engineering or phishing.
The metaverse has got a lot of hype recently, but which companies are involved, and who's spending the big bucks on projects?
Google's decision to fire 6% of its workforce has not gone down well with the employees left on the company payroll.
Microsoft wants every single one of its products to have some AI capabilities and is investing billions to make that happen.
According to recent reports, there are going to be layoffs made at Spotify this week. Here's what we know so far.
40 percent of young people use TikTok as a search engine, and the social media company encourages that use in a recent ad.
Microsoft, Netflix, and Zoom all have unlimited PTO policies. But which other companies have them, and do they work well?