Fiber Damage Vexes Verizon After Hurricane Michael

The storm in Florida caused extensive damage to the fiber that underpins the carrier’s wireless network, hurting efforts to restore service.

SoftBank Gives Startups Billions of Reasons to Hold Off IPOs

If SoftBank secures a majority stake in eight-year-old WeWork through its Vision Fund, the move would likely keep the shared office-space company private for years to come, employing what one venture capitalist calls “a holding-company philosophy.”

SoftBank Gives Startups Billions of Reasons to Hold Off IPOs

If SoftBank secures a majority stake in eight-year-old WeWork through its Vision Fund, the move would likely keep the shared office-space company private for years to come, employing what one venture capitalist calls “a holding-company philosophy.”

The Winery That Fits in a Closet

What if you could make wine by putting grapes in a bag and pushing a button? Meet the GOfermentor, an automated, spill-proof, kitchen-size vino machine.

The Winery That Fits in a Closet

What if you could make wine by putting grapes in a bag and pushing a button? Meet the GOfermentor, an automated, spill-proof, kitchen-size vino machine.

In China, a Dot-Com Déjà-Vu

Tech startups, and their valuations, are booming in China. But where some investors see promise and reward, others see risk and a potential reckoning. How it will play out depends upon whom you ask.

Salesforce, Twitter CEOs Spar Over the Homeless

Marc Benioff and Jack Dorsey publicly voiced their disagreement over a tax measure intended to help solve San Francisco’s homelessness problem.

Facebook Says Fewer Affected by Hack Than First Thought

Facebook said fewer users than it initially thought were impacted by hackers in the largest-ever security breach at the social-media giant two weeks ago—and the company detailed for the first time the depth of personal information that was accessed.

Don’t Be Haunted by Digital Ghosts: Delete Your Account

We face constant reminders that our personal data is scattered all over the internet. Here’s how to reduce your exposure.

Verizon Changes Exit Package for Workers It Planned to Outsource

The wireless carrier is now offering about 1,000 of its U.S. workers who were set to move to outsourcing giant Infosys severance or a guarantee of comparable pay for two years.