Whether it's yacht-racing or buying whole Hawaiian islands, there's always a good chance we'll be surprised by what Larry Ellison does next.
US tech giants are growing quickly, minting money, and looking to hire thousands of employees in the coming months. Here's what you can make.
On average, software engineers across business units at Microsoft earned a median pay package of $185,000.
Ford's 2022 E-Transit needed to win over skeptical enterprise customers. Convincing them helped pave the way for the launch of the F-150 Lightning.
Parul Koul, who heads the Alphabet Workers Union, said the future of labor organizing is bright during Insider's "Transforming Business" event.
A "large telecommunications company" that uses Oracle, Google, Amazon, and Microsoft said Oracle "never ever goes down," Ellison said.
The most important groundwork for building the company culture was a strong founding team, Databricks CEO Ali Ghodsi tells Insider.
Salesforce is balancing investing in the future and managing risk as it looks to reach $50 billion in revenue by 2025 while staying profitable.
Salesforce COO Bret Taylor has been appointed co-CEO alongside Marc Benioff, a move long in the making. Here's how he rose to the top.
Bret Taylor has been appointed co-CEO and Vice Chair of Salesforce. He will serve as co-CEO alongside Marc Benioff, who keeps his chairman role.
Black employees are questioning Peloton execs about pay, while the CEO earned $17.8 million last fiscal year and the median employee earned $56,084.
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The next iteration of the workplace will see cloud evolve to support emerging technology advancements, and startups rise to perfect the niche.
Sales increased by $14 billion compared with the third quarter last year, but net income shrank by nearly half. And it's not getting better.
Moscow launched its Face Pay service across 240 stations, but privacy advocates worry it could fuel state surveillance, The Guardian reported.
Tech employees denounce their companies' contract to sell cloud services to Israel, which they said would allow further surveillance of Palestinians.
Apple may make 10 million fewer of its newest iPhones than originally planned as the supply-chain disaster hits tech companies.