Utah tech magnates create new Silicon Slopes Venture Fund to boost startups in the state
February 15, 2020

Those looking outside of Silicon Valley as a potential hub for their startup might want to take a gander at Utah, at least that’s the kind of trend the new Silicon Slopes Venture Fund hopes to create.

The newly formed Continue reading

‘You’re trying to help drug dealers’: Zuckerberg faces angry lawmakers at Libra hearing
October 30, 2019

US legislators condemn CEOs currency plans and question whether Facebook should be broken up

Mark Zuckerberg faced hostile questioning in the US Congress from politicians of both parties as he sought to reassure them the planned digital currency Libra could Continue reading

Bubble-driven boom in M&As hides steep costs long-term
June 6, 2019

Facebook pulls post by Anne Frank Center after seeing only nudity in a photo of the Holocaust
September 13, 2018

Facebook moderators temporarily removed a post by the Anne Frank Center which was seeking to raise awareness about the Holocaust, after the company was unable to distinguish between historical genocide and child nudity.

The post included an archive photograph of Jewish Continue reading