By taking advantage of a provision of the JOBS Act available to companies with less than $1 billion in sales, Twitter can keep details about its business secret for a few more weeks.
The odds of a Democrat-controlled Senate approving legislation opposed by President Obama are slim, but today's vote could increase pressure for some sort of legislation this year.
The activist investor, who doesn't like Dell's plan to go private, now can review the PC maker's confidential information.
A Harris survey suggests most people believe that confidential company information gets taken home by staff--even though 72 percent claim being caught is what they dread most. Most millennials think it's cool.
Apple has applied for a patent to cover a great new invention that would allow users to wear specially designed eyewear to view confidential information while using their mobile devices. The patent also covers gamers who are playing multiplayer games.
iPhone Atlas doesn't think much of a confidentiality request that Apple filed as part of the iPhone 4's certification process.
Having a common Gmail address is like a magnet for e-mail intended for people with similar names.
Confidential documents reveal that Android was designed with physical keyboards in mind.
Glimpse into events of September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks comes from pager messages that have been anonymously published on WikiLeaks.org.
New Ponemon Institute survey finds that people who lost or left a job in 2008 are sneaking confidential data out with them.