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Bill and Melinda Gates are launching a lobbying group


Here's how tech companies like Atlassian, Microsoft, and Red Hat are revamping their interview process for developers today


Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield jokingly proposed to Jen Rubio, cofounder of $1.4 billion Away, on Twitter, and the whole thing really confused Silicon Valley



These are the top 25 people who will have the most influence in tech this year, according to a survey of over 30,000 developers



Serena Williams opens up about being the CEO of her tennis team and her daughter Olympia — her 'greatest success by far'



Slack, the hot workplace chat app, launches new ways to integrate with email ahead of its much-anticipated IPO


VCs just invested $8 million into this startup that gave away its software for free because they noticed how much people loved it


A group of Microsoft and GitHub employees have come out in support of Chinese tech workers protesting the infamous '996' work hours


This CEO explains how his DevOps startup runs 15,000 clones each day and helps developers release code faster


BlackBerry wants to rescue users of the doomed BBM messaging service by giving them access to its corporate product


Atlassian beats Wall Street's expectations yet again with 38% revenue growth, but the stock slips down over 9%



IBM stock sinks 3% after hours after missing Wall Street expectations on revenue


Salesforce bought new co-CEO Keith Block a $211,703 car and an $86,423 watch in recognition of his 'leadership achievements'


This serial founder thinks pitch decks are passé. Here's what his startup used instead to raise $45 million in new funding.


Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff made a now-deleted penis joke after his tower was missing from the Oracle Park Giants calendar



Twilio launched a Salesforce app that can help nonprofit volunteers respond to disasters


This online coding school started in Silicon Valley's hottest startup incubator is completely free for students until they find a job


Palantir has won an $800 million contract with the US Army to build a system that helps soldiers fighting in remote areas


This Andreessen Horowitz-backed startup is creating technology to bust fraudsters who make up completely fake identities