Reddit's interim CEO resigns after criticism over the firing of a key employee and the way the company handled harassment and other issues on the site. This is her letter to the community.
On the heels of the announcement that 22 million Social Security numbers were compromised, Katherine Archuleta steps down as director of the Office of Personnel Management.
Technically Incorrect: A new study from the University of Pennsylvania finds that Americans have lost hope that their data will ever be kept private.
Dmitry Medvedev's Twitter account issues a surprising series of tweets criticizing the Russian government and President Putin.
Yishan Wong leaves community-curated news site after disagreement over location and cost of new office space, the company says.
Google chairman and former CEO defends his controversial stint on the board of bitter rival Apple at an event Thursday in London.
Japan's finance minister warns this latest scandal could shake the market's trust in the country's corporate governance.
As social-news site Reddit tries to clean up its act by limiting some speech, an alternative springs up, promising to be more freewheeling.
In a surprise move, longtime Oracle chief Larry Ellison is stepping down. Who will take the helm at the software giant and what legacy does Ellison leave? CNET News Executive Editor Charlie Cooper discusses.
Steve Huffman, the latest chief of the social news site, skirted a few issues Reddit fans and foes are keen to know more about.