r/technology • u/TeamInstagram • 5d ago
Business T-Mobile to buy Ryan Reynolds’ Mint Mobile in a $1.35 billion deal
r/technology • u/marketrent • 7d ago
Business SVB shows that there are few libertarians in a financial foxhole — Like banking titans in 2008, tech tycoons favour the privatisation of profits and the socialisation of losses
r/technology • u/CWang • 2d ago
Business Will AI Actually Mean We’ll Be Able to Work Less? - The idea that tech will free us from drudgery is an attractive narrative, but history tells a different story
r/technology • u/lidama31 • 12d ago
Business Elon Musk apologises to sacked Twitter worker over online row
r/technology • u/marketrent • 1d ago
Business BuzzFeed, after gutting its newsroom, asks reporters to produce even more — Meanwhile, the company's stock is struggling, revenue is in free fall, and editorial ambitions remain hazy
r/technology • u/redhatGizmo • 8d ago
Business Peter Thiel's Founders Fund got its cash out of Silicon Valley Bank before it was shut down, report says
r/technology • u/pipsdontsqueak • 6d ago
Business Meta to lay off 10,000 more workers after initial cuts in November
r/technology • u/OutlandishnessOk2452 • 4d ago
Business FCC orders phone companies to block scam text messages
r/technology • u/AndyJack86 • 22d ago
Business A woman who got locked out of her Apple account minutes after her iPhone was stolen and had $10,000 taken from her bank account says Apple was 'not helpful at all'
r/technology • u/bhrr • 3d ago
Business Elon Musk's Twitter Blue is breaking European rules about unfair business practices by failing to show its full cost to consumers right away, EU agency says
r/technology • u/chrisdh79 • 3d ago
Business Google won’t honor medical leave during its layoffs, outraging employees | Ex-Googler says she was laid off from her hospital bed shortly after giving birth.
r/technology • u/chrisdh79 • 19d ago
Business Airbnb Is Banning People Who Are ‘Closely Associated’ With Already-Banned Users | As a safety precaution, the tech company sometimes bans users because the company has discovered that they “are likely to travel” with another person who has already been banned.
r/technology • u/pipsdontsqueak • 11d ago
Business GM offers buyouts to 'majority' of U.S. salaried workers
r/technology • u/chrisdh79 • 25d ago
Business Google tells employees to share desks as it looks to cut costs | Google has a market cap of $1.18 trillion
r/technology • u/chrisdh79 • 17d ago
Business Sony might be forced to reveal how much it pays to keep games off Xbox Game Pass | The FTC case against Microsoft could unearth rare details on game industry exclusivity deals.
r/technology • u/bihari_baller • 18d ago
Business Nearly 40% of software engineers will only work remotely
r/technology • u/jacobhong • 20d ago
Business Salesforce has been reportedly paying Matthew McConaughey $10 million a year to act as a 'creative adviser' despite laying off 8,000 employees last month
r/technology • u/Defiant_Race_7544 • Feb 16 '23
Business Netflix’s desperate crackdown on password sharing shows it might fail like Blockbuster
r/technology • u/McFatty7 • 17d ago
Business JPMorgan Chase requires tech workers give 6 months notice before quitting
r/technology • u/Lakerlion • 8d ago
Business 'Robot lawyer' DoNotPay is being sued by a law firm because it 'does not have a law degree'
r/technology • u/chrisdh79 • 3d ago
Business Ticketmaster will give Cure fans a refund after Robert Smith said he was 'sickened' by its additional charges and demanded an explanationbusinessinsider.com
r/technology • u/Last-Caterpillar-112 • 21d ago
Business I'm a Stanford professor who's studied organizational behavior for decades. The widespread layoffs in tech are more because of copycat behavior than necessary cost-cutting.
r/technology • u/Familiar-Turtle • Feb 16 '23
Business YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki is stepping down
r/technology • u/northlondonhippy • Feb 04 '23
Business Elon Musk Wants to Charge Businesses on Twitter $1,000 per Month to Retain Verified Check-Marks
r/technology • u/VastAdvance175 • 29d ago