How Did the F.A.A. Allow the Boeing 737 Max to Fly?
By John Cassidy | Mar 18, 2019
With virtually every day that has passed since the crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, which killed a hundred and fifty-seven people, more disturbing news has emerged.
Life After Facebook: The Untold Story Of Billionaire Eduardo Saverin's Highly Networked Venture Firm
By Alex Konrad | Mar 19, 2019
When Eduardo Saverin greets entrepreneurs who come to visit him in his eighth-floor offices at the Singapore Land Tower, the 36-year-old knows he'll get asked the question.
Giant Military Contract Has a Hitch: A Little-Known Entrepreneur
By Karen Weise and Thomas Kaplan | Mar 20, 2019
Deap Ubhi is a restless guy. At 26, he quit his job in private equity in Northern California, where he had grown up and gone to college, and then moved to India to found Burrp!, a local search site similar to Yelp.
A Look at an Original Iphone Prototype
By Tom Warren | Mar 19, 2019
Apple's red iPhone M68 in all its glory.
Silicon Valley Network Mafias
By Erin Griffith | Mar 13, 2019
San Francisco - Riley Newman, a former head of data science at Airbnb, set out in mid-2017 to raise a venture capital fund that would invest in a multitude of tech trends.
Facebook's Data Deals Are Under Criminal Investigation
By Michael LaForgia, Matthew Rosenberg and Gabriel J.X. Dance | Mar 13, 2019
Federal prosecutors are conducting a criminal investigation into data deals Facebook struck with some of the world's largest technology companies, intensifying scrutiny of the social media giant's business practices as it seeks to rebound from a year of scandal and setbacks.
Explore Amazon's wide Washington reach
By David McCabe and Erica Pandey | Mar 13, 2019
Amazon lobbied more federal entities last year than any other public U.S. company, pressing its case throughout the government at a time when its power and reach is under a magnifying glass.
How the Internet Travels Across Oceans
By Adam Satariano | Mar 10, 2019
The internet consists of tiny bits of code that move around the world, traveling along wires as thin as a strand of hair strung across the ocean floor.
She Takes What You've Told Facebook and Sells It to a Luxury Brand
By Dana Thomas | Mar 8, 2019
Morin Oluwole heads the social media giant's advisory operation for Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior and others.
Why Ford Hired a Furniture Maker as CEO
By Jerry Useem | March 2019
In the car of the future, you may care more about how the driver's seat swivels than how the engine purrs.