When Digital Platforms Become Censors

Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other tech giants say that they’re open forums. What happens when they start to shut down voices they consider beyond the pale?

Foxconn Pursues Chip Ambitions With Plans for China Plant

Foxconn is making a new push into semiconductors, teaming up with a local government in China’s Pearl River Delta to build a chip fabrication plant.

Strawberry Jam: Urban-Farming Startups Tackle a Problem Crop

If shipping-container farms are going to feed the world, their backers will have to find an economical way to grow the popular fruit indoors.

Google Defends Push Into China Amid Censorship Concerns

Google Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai defended to employees the internet giant’s controversial push to do more business in China but said the company is “not close to launching a search product” in the country.

Lenovo Leaves Tech Sector Rivals Behind—For Once

The Chinese PC maker turned profitable in the latest quarter, after making a loss the same time a year ago. Investors shouldn’t count on the good news lasting.

Trump Move to Loosen U.S. Use of Cyberweapons Prompts Intrigue

The Trump administration’s move to loosen rules of engagement for U.S. cyberattacks has prompted questions about how the military will carry out offensive digital strikes, and whether hostilities with adversaries will escalate.

Nvidia’s Crypto Business Dries Up, Worrying Investors

Nvidia reported robust sales and profits during its second quarter, but warned that revenue from products geared toward cryptocurrency mining would be sharply weaker than expected.

Nvidia Clears Its Crypto Cloud

A volatile crypto market has been a distraction for the chip maker—and its investors.

DoorDash More Than Doubles Valuation to $4 Billion

DoorDash said it raised $250 million in a round of funding that values the prepared food-delivery startup at $4 billion, more than doubling its valuation for the second time in five months.

Tesla Was Under Regulator Scrutiny Prior to Musk’s Tweet

The SEC began investigating last year whether Tesla misled investors about its Model 3 car production problems and subpoenaed a parts supplier.