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The current CEO Scott Davis will retire to become a non-executive chairman.
With a new CEO leading the way, Atari is focusing on the future. At the same time, a documentary in the works seeks to uncover why, years ago, Atari dumped thousands of cartridges in a landfill.
Investor crowdfunding site CircleUp seeks nominations for its list by July.
After a report surfaced that the struggling ecommerce site is starting to close down, CEO and co-founder Jason Goldberg took to Twitter to deny the claims.
The FAA is considering approving drone use for seven companies in the TV and film industry, which could open the door for exemptions in other industries.
The HBO host says of the agency's net neutrality proposals, 'if you want to do something evil, put it inside something boring.'
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Sixty-one percent of the company's employees are white, compared to 66 percent of the of the overall U.S. labor force.
If the $2 billion deal is approved by the NBA, it would mark a brand new chapter for the former Microsoft CEO.
The founder of Glamtrepreneur talks about instilling the business bug at an early age.
With any luck, Justin Bieber could be hurtling through space by years end.
The software sector continues to dominate the venture market, but it's important to pinpoint the outliers of 2013.
Beats Electronics celebrity co-founders Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine will join the tech giant's ranks.
The venture capitalist and legendary Wall Street analyst released her 2014 internet trends report today at the Code Conference.
How to spot potential theft when shopping online.
Facebook's new feature is a direct jab at competitors like Yelp.
Hewlett-Packard chief Meg Whitman defended the company's plans to cut up to 16,000 workers.
Unsurprisingly, the tech sector dominates the list. But can you guess who came in at No. 2?
Sabra, the popular hummus producer, is pushing the Food and Drug Administration to set a definition for the dip.
The troubled ecommerce site will fire about a third of its staff in its latest round of layoffs and its founder's blog has disappeared.
Talk about being on the wrong side of the tracks. While we all make mistakes, Frances latest eye-popping mishap should serve as a lesson in vigilance.
The Small Business Administration has done something rare: It united both sides of the aisle in opposition.
So long, stodgy resumes. This startup encourages job seekers to show some personality.
The indictment marks the first time that the U.S. government has brought charges against foreign officials for cyber spying.
Described as the YouTube on online gaming, Google is reportedly ready to buy Twitch for upwards of $1 billion.