Apple Lands Oprah Winfrey for Video Service

Apple has formed a production partnership with Oprah Winfrey to make programs for the new subscription video service it is creating.

Chip Makers: We’ll End Up Paying Tariffs on Our Own Goods

The U.S. semiconductor industry bristled at President Donald Trump’s plan to impose tariffs on about $50 billion of Chinese goods, arguing they will hurt American business and make the country less competitive.

Scoot Over: A Two-Wheeled Gold Rush in Silicon Valley

Venture capital pour into the hottest thing on two wheels, with startups setting speed records in becoming unicorns and cities trying to limit sidewalk clutter.

Why 5G Leader Huawei Could Get Shut Out of a Major Rollout

Australia is looking at barring Huawei from taking part in the introduction of new 5G telecommunications infrastructure, which would deal a blow to the Chinese company’s global ambitions.

Big Tech Already Has the Best Show in Town

Tech companies have shown they don’t need to own large media agencies to establish a strong presence in the business.

Behemoths Have Dominated the Market Before, but Tech Is Different

The five biggest companies by market value are U.S. tech stocks, which now make up more than 15% of the S&P. Is it time to worry that the market is getting top heavy?

Apple to Stick With Cheaper Screens as Consumers Balk at iPhone X Price Tag

Apple is developing production plans for its next iPhones that stress cheaper liquid-crystal displays, in a sign of consumers’ sensitivity to the price of smartphones.

The Hidden Cost of Trying to Land Amazon’s HQ2

Time, money and potential lost opportunities are at stake as finalist cities and states compete ferociously to win Amazon’s $5 billion second headquarters.

Gender, Diversity in Google’s Workforce Barely Shift

The search giant barely raised the number of women and underrepresented minorities among its ranks, while it got less white and more Asian over the past year, according to its annual diversity report.

Fitbit Employees Charged in Jawbone Trade-Secrets Case

U.S. prosecutors have charged six current and former employees of Fitbit with possessing trade secrets stolen from rival company Jawbone.