In an interview with The New York Times, Google's CEO says we should focus on the potential benefits of technology.
The executive director of Google's philanthropic unit is stepping down to become Google's chief philanthropy evangelist.
In an upcoming interview with Charlie Rose, the Oracle CEO extolls Jobs' virtues and hints that Apple could be on the downward slide without the former leader at the helm.
Move over, Batman. Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey fights crime 140 characters at a time in his very own comic. Crave's Bonnie Burton talks to writer Patrick McCray.
It's what every well-groomed groomsman is wearing these days: the goggles that make everyone goggle. Yes, even in Croatia.
Google's chairman lectures the United Kingdom that its education system hasn't brought science and the arts together. Which, oddly, is exactly what could be said of Google.
Page, who is recovering from vocal cord paralysis, is funding research related to his condition through the Voice Health Institute.
Facebook's chieftain jumps to 99 percent approval from a middling 85 percent in Glassdoor's survey standings. Last year's winner, Apple's Tim Cook, takes a tumble.
In the spirit of the new era in American history, philanthropy, rather than business models or Facebook, was the first topic of discussion at the annual San Francisco confab.
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