The social network is tweaking its service after a rash of harassing and gruesome images and in an effort to bring more relevant information to people.
"Should Uncle Sam provide billions in loans and grants to a promising but unproven business?" This is one green-tech question the magazine poses.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs, Craigslist founder Craig Newmark, and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg are included in the ranks of the magazine's mostly unsurprising list.
Security firm Sophos finds hacker attack waiting to happen on BusinessWeek.com, where malicious code lurks that could be used to steal Web surfers' data.
MySQL is relentlessly pushing its way toward an IPO, as BusinessWeek reports, which makes the entire open source ecosystem that much more valuable.
It sounds like a Cold War tale out of a John leCarre novel. But security researchers have unearthed a real world example of Russian hackers conducting cyberwarfare against unsuspecting Western capitalists. Charles Cooper talks with security reporter Elinor Mills on the CNET News Daily Debrief to get the full scoop.
Pointless statistics like the InfoTech 100 bring meaning to marketing data.
The publication not only asks people not to link to its site, it specifically directs them to its user agreement which prohibits the practice of "deep linking."
Popular link-sharing site reportedly bans a half-dozen prominent Web sites for what it sees as spammy behavior.
The Facebook founder has married his college sweetheart in the same week as listing the company on the share market for more than $100bn.