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Facebook will let some of its users see if they interacted with Russian propaganda

Google is finally, officially starting work on its new $1.3 billion London HQ

Salesforce's third quarter revenues were up 25% from last year

Meg Whitman, one of Silicon Valley's best-known execs, is stepping down from the CEO job at Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Former Uber board member and VC Bill Gurley says it's time for Silicon Valley's unicorns to 'grow up' and get profitable

WeWork's cofounder on the company's $26 billion valuation: 'Who gives a s---?'

The new 'Star Wars' game temporarily removed the feature that caused a massive backlash

A Sequoia Capital partner explains why he's not scared of blockchain startups and how it's changing the VC business

Splunk had a classic 'beat and raise' quarter and Wall Street is cheering

Twitter warns it may strip users of their 'verified' status as it rethinks who qualifies

SendGrid raised $131 million in a successful IPO but the founders aren't the big financial winners

Apple says the reports that Animoji doesn't require iPhone X are false

Elon Musk calls investors who bet against Tesla's stocks 'jerks who want us to die'

Republicans have removed the controversial part of the tax bill that had tech startups up in arms

Watch Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and his younger brother give a rare interview about growing up together

Apple will release 3 new iPhones next year -- including a super-sized iPhone X

Apple bought a startup that could make the iPhone X's amazing camera even better

Apple just did something unprecedented: its market value passed $900 billion

Roku crushes its first-ever earnings report as a public company, shares rocket up over 25%

Snap flops with disastrous Q3 earnings that send shares diving