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Everything you need to know about React, a project started at Facebook that now helps Twitter, Pinterest, and Asana keep their apps looking good and working great


Facebook’s shareholder meeting was a sad display of impotent groveling, and it’s the future in store for many other investors


Beyond Meat is leaving Uber and Lyft in its dust. Here's how 2019's mega IPOs have performed so far.



Here's why companies like Google, Square, and Atlassian are sprinting to use Kotlin, the fastest-growing programming language according to GitHub


Here are all the major US tech companies blocked behind China's 'Great Firewall'


17 hilarious side-by-side photos from 'Nailed It!,' the Netflix series about baking fails, show why people love it so much



Uber's historic loss, Lyft's abysmal month, Pinterest's earnings disaster: Why the white-hot IPO market is full of duds


Pinterest plunges after giving light guidance in its first report as a public company


Pinterest was one of the most-downloaded apps in the U.S. in the months leading up to its IPO


Here comes Pinterest ...


Pinterest prices IPO at $19 per share, giving it a $10 billion valuation — lower than its $12.3 billion private valuation


The 'Amazon of Japan' is up 10% ahead of Pinterest's IPO



Pinterest is going public. Here are the companies it has taken over.


Zoom raised its IPO price range and could begin trading Thursday with $9 billion valuation


Pinterest is turning into an 'undercorn,' the latest Silicon Valley buzzword that could define this year's crop of IPOs


A new survey shows that Snapchat is still the favourite social platform among Gen Z — but it's not the app teens are using the most



Video conferencing company Zoom could be valued at $8 billion in upcoming IPO


Pinterest prices its IPO at a price tag of $11.3 billion — below where it was last valued


NYSE used a massive red banner to woo Pinterest away from the Nasdaq for its $12 billion IPO


Pinterest’s IPO structure could give CEO Ben Silbermann the right to control the company from beyond the grave