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Three hot states are taking VC money away from Silicon Valley

10 years after cold calling his way into a job, this Ghanaian founder just got $15 million to grow his thriving start-up

IBM just replaced its chief financial officer

Dropbox needs to find a new 'ethos' and more business customers for an IPO home run

A dad-and-son cybersecurity firm impressed investors with its 'unique' software that plays a kind of hide-and-seek with hackers

Ginni Rometty, Tim Cook, Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos and other tech CEOs warn of 'significant costs' and 'disruptions' if Congress doesn't save the Dreamers by January 19

The company that wanted to pay employees $10,000 to leave San Francisco is now a $35 million business

Kodak's the latest company to benefit from jumping on the blockchain bandwagon -- but its move actually makes sense

Cisco has created a Gigabit network for your car and Hyundai will be using it next year

It's not just you, Slack is having an outage

Intel's CEO publicly addresses its big chip vulnerabilities, says response has been 'remarkable'

Google managers kept blacklists of conservative employees -- and one manager even considered holding 'trials', alleges a new lawsuit

Salesforce hired a DJ to pump beats for employees on 'move-in' day at its giant new San Francisco tower

Facebook is killing off M, the messenger assistant that books dinner reservations on command

Amazon has a master plan to turn Alexa into a full-fledged economy all on its own

Salesforce showed analysts a 'secret' slide with updated revenue projections through 2034

TinyLetter will fold into MailChimp in the future --  but it's not going to happen in 2018

Intel now says it has a fix for the Spectre bug that Google found to be unfixable

Google and Amazon say the performance hit from the 'Meltdown' and 'Spectre' fixes is overblown

A government-backed group of experts quietly walked back the suggestion you should replace your processors to fix a big security flaw