• Big Tech has overwhelmingly thrown its support behind Joe Biden

    Big Tech has overwhelmingly thrown its support behind Joe Biden

    Joe Biden has seen major support from one constituency in particular in the lead-up to the 2020 election: Big Tech. Some of the biggest names in Silicon Valley have lent their voices — and bank
  • Tesla shares surge after Elon Musk announces stock split

    Tesla shares surge after Elon Musk announces stock split

    Tesla shares soared in premarket trading Wednesday after Elon Musk’s electric car-maker announced a 5-for-1 stock split. The company plans to give investors five shares of stock for each share they own on Aug. 28 in an effort “to make stock ownership more accessible to employees and investors,” it said after Tuesday’s closing bell. The …
  • Silicon Valley CEO joins Elon Musk in considering leaving California

    Silicon Valley CEO joins Elon Musk in considering leaving California

    Silicon Valley-based software company Palantir is following Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s lead and openly considering leaving the “increasing intolerance and monoculture” of California, its co-founder said. Speaking during an appearance Monday on “Axios on HBO,” CEO Alex Karp said the company was “getting close” to deciding whether it would leave the Golden State. Karp was …
  • Meghan Markle believed royal courtiers hatched a ‘conspiracy’ to shame her

    Meghan Markle believed royal courtiers hatched a ‘conspiracy’ to shame her

    Meghan Markle believed there was a “conspiracy” hatched against her by royals once she moved into Kensington Palace during her courtship with Prince Harry. Markle, 38, began to fear the palace’s courtiers were out to harm her reputation due to her American style of management once the couple moved into Frogmore Cottage. “She was convinced there was …
  • Apple plans to return staff to offices sooner than its Silicon Valley rivals: report

    Apple plans to return staff to offices sooner than its Silicon Valley rivals: report

    Going against its tech industry peers, Apple is set to bring workers back to its global offices soon. The California-based technology company will bring employees back in phases over a few months, according to a report. The first phase has begun at some of the company’s locations worldwide and will expand to its major offices …