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Google may have hit its Cambridge Analytica moment with the shock exposure of Project Nightingale by an internal whistleblower. Photograph: Ben Quinton/New York Times

Facebook, the most visible social platform of scale, has become the most prominent bullseye at which to aim collective wrath about our growing lack of(...)

The Lilium prototype flying taxi in a hangar in Wessling, Germany. Photograph: Felix Schmitt/The New York Times

Inside an aircraft hangar about 30km (20 miles) from central Munich, Daniel Wiegand lifted the door of a prototype that he said would become one of th(...)

Every media company in the world is facing the same challenges, and many are proving much better at tackling them than RTÉ. Photograph: iStock

We’ll never see his like again. That phrase, trotted out whenever a much-loved figure dies, is both incontestably true and utterly meaningless. But in(...)

Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley. Corporate governance concerns have long been an issue at the company. Photograph: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

Unhappy shareholders can voice their disapproval by pressing for change at badly-run companies. But what happens if chief executives don’t care? Corpo(...)

Larry Page, co-founder of Google  and chief executive of Alphabet.   Photograph: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

Alphabet chief executive Larry Page didn’t get board approval when he awarded a $150 million stock grant to Andy Rubin, the creator of the Android mob(...)

New Airbnb global head of transportation, Fred Reid, who most recently worked at the flying car company Kitty Hawk

Airbnb, the online accommodation portal, has signalled its intention to move into the transport market by appointing a top executive to lead the move.(...)

Google  reportedly gave a $90m severance package to  the creator of the Android mobile software, but concealed details of a sexual misconduct allegation that triggered his departure. File photograph: Aly Song/Reuters

Google gave a $90 million (about €79 million) severance package to Andy Rubin, the creator of the Android mobile software, but concealed details of a (...)

The first Google Doodle.

From Burning Man and Bastille Day to Pac Man and Grimm’s Fairy Tales, the Google Doodle has spent 20 years drawing our attention to events and histori(...)

A Google sign in Shanghai, China, September 17th, 2018. Reuters/Aly Song

When you google Google’s birthday the results are confusing. On September 15th 1997 the oracle that has made us all-knowing all of the time (and simul(...)

“Gifted, adventurous people are attracted to discovery and they seek the training that comes with fundamental research.” Photograph: Rafe Swan/Cultura/Getty

‘Innovate or die,” said Peter Drucker, adapting Darwin’s maxim “Adapt or die”. It has become the rallying cry of the 21st century. When every country (...)

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