Former Uber Executive Is Dropped From Privacy Lawsuit

Uber’s former chief business officer, Emil Michael, was dropped as a defendant in a lawsuit that alleges top Uber executives invaded the privacy of a woman raped by a driver in India.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Issues 2018 Outlook

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. approved $5 billion more to buy back stock as part of a pledge to return most of its cash to shareholders and gave a mixed view for 2018.

Jared Leto, Tech Investor, Was There at the Dawn of Social Media

The award-winning actor and singer was online marketing his band Thirty Seconds to Mars back in the Napster era and now invests in Spotify AB, Uber Technologies Inc. and Airbnb Inc.

Meritocracy ‘Myth’ Can Hold Companies Back, Experts Say

Tech companies founded on the meritocratic ideal can become workplaces where people stop trying to be fair, experts say.

Note of Caution on Tech Unicorns: Some May Be Overvalued

Some of the U.S. tech startups valued at more than $1 billion raised money based on growth plans that haven’t materialized yet, two prominent startup investors cautioned.

Oracle Pitches Security of the Cloud to Software Clients

Oracle Corp. Chief Executive Mark Hurd said he expects more companies to shift software operations to the cloud, where security and encryption make it harder to hack.

Oracle Pitches Security of the Cloud to Software Clients

Oracle Corp. Chief Executive Mark Hurd said he expects more companies to shift software operations to the cloud, where security and encryption make it harder to hack.

BuzzFeed CEO: Google, Facebook Should Share More Revenue

BuzzFeed Chief Executive Jonah Peretti said Facebook Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google will have to find better ways to share revenue with media companies if they want to support quality content.

Foxconn Deal in Wisconsin Hits Snag Over Guarantees

Wisconsin’s efforts to bring a $10 billion Foxconn Technology Group plant to the state has hit a snag, though supporters of the deal said they believe it will still come together.

Facebook Messenger CEO Vows More Scrutiny of Platform’s Use

Facebook Inc. should be more proactive in detecting malicious actors on its platform, the head of Facebook’s Messenger app business said Wednesday.