Some Amazon shareholders say the technology raises privacy concerns. The company joins other big tech firms coming under increasing scrutiny for their government work.
Behind every great restaurant is a finely tuned team — and hours and hours and hours of work. A New York Times photographer shadowed the staff at the chef Tom Colicchio’s Manhattan flagship.
The Chinese telecom giant fears U.S. skepticism over the security of its products will spread to countries that have long been dependable customers.
“Inclusion riders” of the sort stars are pushing for in the movie industry could also help boost the number of women in the upper echelons of finance.
In communities across the country, the billionaire conservatives are waging a sophisticated fight against new rail projects and bus routes.
Under development for six years, IBM Debater reflects a push toward machines that talk like humans. But it may have to work on getting to the point.
The new president of the Wall Street regulator said good times such as these can lead to scandals.
Proving a criminal case against Ms. Holmes, the founder of Theranos, and Ramesh Balwani, its former president, may not be as easy as it appears.
Brewers want the government to examine the way a benchmark measure of the thinly traded physical aluminum markets is calculated, saying it could be manipulated.
The company’s $550 million investment is another sign of how American tech giants still want to do business in China, despite the many hurdles.