OpinionFacebook is negotiating with publishers to host their content and run their ads. Can we trust it to stay nice forever?
Gary MarshallTech firms are constantly accused of bad behaviour, but we seem awfully keen to forgive them. What's so special about tech? Why aren't we angrier?
Deductible stock awards kept Apple from having to face the taxman in the U.K., despite an incredibly profitable year.
Google would like to escape paying a hefty fine in an antitrust investigation underway in Europe, and has taken steps to make that happen.
The Wall Street Journal confirmed this week the timing of an upcoming meeting between U.S. and EU officials regarding Google's search dominance.
Amazon is to offer partial refunds on some Kindle book sales, after three publishers agreed to artificially fixing the price of ebooks.