Where GoDaddy’s Scott Wagner Goes for Advice and Insight

“My best ideas, realizations, crystallization of what we have to do come from watching not only people work with our own software … it comes from interacting with customers,” says the CEO of the internet domain registrar. Family, old friends and authors are also trusted advisers.

Where GoDaddy’s Scott Wagner Goes for Advice and Insight

“My best ideas, realizations, crystallization of what we have to do come from watching not only people work with our own software … it comes from interacting with customers,” says the CEO of the internet domain registrar. Family, old friends and authors are also trusted advisers.

Facebook Turns to U.K. Politician to Help Repair Image

Facebook has hired Britain’s former deputy prime minister, Nick Clegg, as its top policy and communications executive, giving a Silicon Valley outsider the task of mending the social network’s image.

Former Chinese Internet Czar Pleads Guilty to Corruption

Lu Wei, the man who once led President Xi Jinping’s campaign to turn China into a cyberpower, pleaded guilty to corruption charges in a case that Beijing has trumpeted as a demonstration of its commitment to a wide-ranging antigraft crackdown.

PayPal: Growth on Sale

PayPal reported strong quarterly results, is at a more reasonable valuation and has shown that it can earn money from Venmo.

Can Tesla Drive Out of the Slow Lane in China?

The electric car company has suffered amid U.S.-China trade tensions. Its plan to go local in China faces some stiff obstacles.

Amazon Revisits Some Cities as HQ2 Decision Looms

Amazon executives have made a fresh round of visits to several of the 20 finalists for its $5 billion second-headquarters project, fueling added anticipation as it nears a decision in a process that has stretched over more than a year.

Why Big Tech Keeps Trying Its Hand at Hardware

Google, Amazon and Microsoft are making lots of new devices, but what they’re really selling are touchpoints.

Tech Startups Stoke Market for IPOs

After years on the stock market’s sidelines, a number of highly valued Silicon Valley companies are gearing up to go public as soon as next year. Among the IPO candidates are ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft, and data-mining specialist Palantir Technologies.

The Second Quantum Revolution

Physicists are using a growing array of new tools to engineer on a subatomic scale, with amazing results