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Oracle Plans Internal `Startup' to Explore VR, New Technologies
Oracle's CEOs are looking for fresh ways to improve the company's ongoing push into cloud computing and take on newer trends in technology from rivals.
European Telcos Team Up to Take AI Fight to Google, Amazon
Artificial intelligence is the latest battlefield for carriers trying to grab back a piece of the pie from internet giants that threaten to turn operators’ business into just running commodity networks.
Virtual Reality Companies Navigate ‘The Trough of Disillusionment’
Is VR entering the bust part of the boom-and-bust in public expectations that precedes mass adoption of a new technology?
Silicon Valley Should Worry About Housing, Not Visas
This isn’t a woeful tale of rich people living beyond their means, it’s a sad observation that no matter how high employee wages go, the limited housing supply leaves the region unaffordable for a large number of workers.
Verizon's CEO Is Open to Deal Talks, From Comcast to Disney
As the company upgrades its infrastructure to provide fifth-generation, or 5G, services, Comcast’s fiber assets in particular would help handle the surge in capacity demands.
IBM Misses Estimates in 20th Straight Quarterly Sales Drop
Cloud services and artificial intelligence failed to make up for slumping legacy hardware and software sales.
Facebook Messenger Doubles Down on Bots, After Slow Start
Last year, when Facebook said its chat application, Messenger, would get users to talk to businesses through automated bots, it sparked a wave of hype -- and then skepticism, because the tools were so rarely used.
Trump Seeks Shift in Visa Allotments Key to Tech Outsourcing
President Donald Trump will take aim at information-technology outsourcing companies Tuesday when he orders a review of H-1B visa programs to favor more skilled and highly paid applicants.
These Are the Highest-Paying Companies in America
Just because a company pays well doesn’t mean you’ll like working there.
Tech Companies Tout Gender Pay Equity But Balk at Transparency
Though many companies, including Facebook, say they pay men and women equally, they are loath to share the data, even when pressed by investors, employees and government regulators.
Amazon Web Services Head Jassy Reaps $35.4 Million for 2016
Jassy, promoted to a new CEO role for the division a year ago, was the company’s top-paid employee among the six executives whose compensation has to be publicly disclosed.
Bezos Says Artificial Intelligence to Fuel Amazon's Success
Changes ushered in by artificial intelligence and machine learning will help the companies that embrace them and put up barriers for those who don’t, the world’s second- richest man wrote in a 1,700-word letter released Wednesday.
PR Nightmares: United Fiasco Among Worst Corporate Gaffes
The recent United Airlines fiasco is hardly the first self-inflicted corporate blunder.
Oracle's Catz Said to Have Been Considered for Job on Trump Team
Catz's burgeoning relationship with Trump has earned her more notice and, in an industry that remains largely opposed to the current administration, some pointed criticism inside and outside of Oracle.
Yahoo's EU Watchdog Set to Show Teeth as Privacy Probe Wraps Up
Under new European Union rules, from May 2018 Yahoo and any other companies being probed for serious privacy violations in Europe will face fines of as much as 4 percent of their global annual sales.
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