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Snapchat hired a high-level State Department official to lead its global public policy

Mark Zuckerberg explains Facebook's secret for acquiring companies

Rubicon Project is shutting down the division associated with its $122 million Chango acquisition

Bleacher Report's cofounder talks about why the men's media category is broken, and the 'forgotten art' of getting search traffic

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's next job should be a tech investor -- her track record proves it

Evan Spiegel is selling his vision to investors ahead of Snap's huge IPO

Watch the new Apple spot that people are comparing to the original iPod ads

Amazon is getting closer to crushing America's biggest clothing stores

Sony Entertainment's CEO is stepping down to go all in as Snap's chairman ahead of IPO

Snapchat is making its app less confusing as it prepares to IPO

WhatsApp's upcoming 'enterprise' platform for businesses is already hidden in the app

Facebook's mysterious hardware division is working on tech to read brain waves that could let users send thoughts to each other

This chart shows how the number of ads shown during NFL games ballooned over the last few years

Snapchat hires senior state department official Rick Stengel to deepen its ties with Washington

Facebook wants to work more closely with journalists

Trump's pick for labour secretary runs a fast-food chain where 2 in 3 women report being sexually harassed on the job

After the $4.8 billion Verizon deal, the husk of Yahoo will rename itself 'Altaba'

Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner is stepping down as publisher of the Observer, and will have 'no ownership' stake

Marissa Mayer will quit the Yahoo board

Families of Americans killed by ISIS are suing Twitter for allegedly providing 'tremendous utility and value' to the terrorist organisation