The longtime Volkswagen Group chief executive steps down amid growing scrutiny and mounting costs stemming from emissions calamity.
Brendan Eich, who left the Firefox maker during a firestorm over his anti-gay-marriage views, says his new startup's software will make the Internet faster, safer and better in ways today's Net powers won't pursue.
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.
Democratic presidential candidate tells tech companies they need to help track down terrorists but stops short of calling for weaker encryption. It's a balancing act between security and privacy.
Months of racial tensions and protests at the University of Missouri lead to the resignation of the MU system president. But following the activists' victory, they shun the media.
Dmitry Medvedev's Twitter account issues a surprising series of tweets criticizing the Russian government and President Putin.
Despite problems worldwide, German morale remains high, and Audi continues to hire and issue bonuses, as well.
German automaker also adds a vehicle ID lookup tool to its US site and suspends its head of quality control.