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Rob Price

About Rob Price

Rob Price is a technology reporter for Business Insider.

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Facebook

The Deadly Poison Sarin Was Detected in a Mailbag at Facebook's Offices in California

Workers at the facility are now being monitored, but none have so far shown any symptoms of exposure, officials said.
Jeff Bezos

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos Accuses 'National Enquirer' Publisher of 'Extortion' Over Naked Photos in Extraordinary Blog Post

The billionaire owner of the 'Washington Post' said AMI is threatening to release naked photos of him.
Uber

Uber Has Confidentially Filed to Go Public

Uber has confidentially filed paperwork to hold its long-awaited IPO next year, reports the Wall Street Journal.
Elon Musk

Elon Musk Confirms He Was at an Alleged Silicon Valley 'Sex Party' Until 1 a.m. -- But He Says He Thought it Was a Costume Party and Left Early

His representative said he spent his time there talking about 'technology and building companies.'
Twitter

Twitter Shareholders Will Vote on Turning the Company Into a Cooperative Owned by its Users

On May 22, Twitter shareholders will vote on whether to investigate a radical proposal: Turning the social network into a cooperative owned by its users.
Snapchat

A Fired Snapchat Employee Claims the Company Lied to Investors Ahead of Its IPO

A lawsuit alleges that the company has been "falsely misrepresenting" itself.
Apple

Apple Has Taken Its Online Store Offline Ahead of Its Massive MacBook Launch Event Today

Visitors to the website who try to buy something are greeted with a GIF telling them only that the company has 'got something special in store for you,' in multiple languages.
Apple

A Handful of Apple Employees Leaked Some Emails About Alleged Sexism Inside the Company

'White male privilege runs unchecked,' one woman said in an email. 'The worst part is, you don't know who to trust and who you can reach out to without continued harassment and retaliation.'
Yahoo!

Yahoo Bids May Be Coming in Way Lower Than Expected

Bidders include frontrunner Verizon, inventor Dan Gilbert (backed by Warren Buffett), TPG, and a consortium that includes Bain Capital and former Yahoo CEO Ross Levinsohn.
Etsy

Etsy Made Its First Profit as a Public Company -- and the Market Loves It

Its stock soared as much a 12 percent in after-hours trading.
Facebook

Facebook Is Making a Change That Will Cut Down on the Clickbait in Your Newsfeed

The social network is tweaking the algorithm it uses to determine what posts and articles to show you to take into account the 'time spent viewing' an article as an indicator of quality.
Facebook

People Are Horrified That Facebook's Hidden Inbox Is Hiding Incredibly Important Messages

Users are complaining about not seeing messages from since-deceased family members, people reaching out to help them, and even people contacting them to let them know their friends have died.
Smartphones

The Creator of Android May Launch New Smartphone Company

Andy Rubin is considering a return to the mobile game.