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  • Pentagon to launch cyberstrategy push in Silicon Valley

    Pentagon to launch cyberstrategy push in Silicon Valley
    Defense Secretary Ashton Carter will unveil a new military cyberstrategy Thursday in the heart of Silicon Valley, reaching out to Facebook Inc. and other companies to help boost the nation's digital defenses. The two-day visit underscores a long-delayed...
  • Scientists blame you for limited political viewpoints in your Facebook feed

    Scientists blame you for limited political viewpoints in your Facebook feed
    People who use social networking sites like Facebook to "curate" the news they see wind up reading stories that largely fit their worldview and rarely challenge their beliefs or broaden their perspectives, according to a new study. That's not entirely...
  • Yelp may put out 'for sale' sign after 1st quarter letdown

    Yelp may be heading for the auction block amid concerns about the online business review service's ability to compete against larger Internet companies for digital advertising. Investment bankers working with Yelp are courting potential suitors,...
  • AP source: Goldberg died after collapsing in gym

    David Goldberg, the SurveyMonkey CEO who also was Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg's husband, was exercising at a gym in a Mexican resort when he collapsed before he died Friday, a person close to the family said. The person wasn't authorized to...
  • Facebook study pins 'echo chamber' of opinions on users' choices

    SAN FRANCISCO Facing heat for conducting a psychological experiment on unwitting users, Facebook Inc. last summer began another study to see whether the social network insulates members from diverse opinions. The conclusion: Nope. Facebook researchers...
  • Americans living abroad set record for giving up citizenship

    WASHINGTON More Americans living outside the U.S. gave up their citizenship in the first quarter of 2015 than ever before, according to data released Thursday by the IRS. The 1,335 expatriations topped the previous record by 18 percent, according to data...
  • Iran's censors struggle to keep Bieber's abs off Instagram

    Iran's censors are struggling to keep Justin Bieber's abs off Instagram. The tattooed pop star's pouty, shirtless poses have recently reappeared on Iranian smartphones, along with lingerie shots of Kim Kardashian and red carpet photos of Jennifer Lopez....
  • Florida governor pursues California firms despite few interstate moves

    Florida governor pursues California firms despite few interstate moves
    Florida Gov. Rick Scott is the latest out-of-state politician on a job-stealing tour of California, bashing the state's taxes and business regulation. Scott breezed into Los Angeles on Monday preaching the old-time gospel of hands-off government. He...
  • Judge orders Facebook and Zuckerberg to turn over documents after man flees criminal charges

    Judge orders Facebook and Zuckerberg to turn over documents after man flees criminal charges
    Facebook and its founder must release documents and electronic correspondence to a defense lawyer whose client has fled from criminal charges that he falsely claimed a majority ownership in the social media giant, a federal judge said Friday. U.S....
  • Win or lose, discrimination suit is having an effect on Silicon Valley

    Win or lose, discrimination suit is having an effect on Silicon Valley
    She was a junior partner at one of Silicon Valley's most powerful venture capital firms. But was Ellen Pao a greedy underperformer? Or was she a victim of a sexist corporate culture? That's the choice confronting a jury in a trial that has riveted an...
  • Co-founder feuds at L.A. tech start-ups show how handshake deals can blow up

     Co-founder feuds at L.A. tech start-ups show how handshake deals can blow up
    Two Stanford University undergraduates shook hands in their dormitory in early 2011, agreeing to partner on what they hoped would be the next big technology start-up. But as their dream came true, their simple exercise of trust became a liability when...