"Knives Out" director Rian Johnson explains why the bad guy in his latest film isn't using any of the tech company's products.
This holiday season, let us demand a world where the e-commerce giant cannot mistreat employees and damage our environment.
A recent Wall Street Journal exposé arouses a familiar sense of dread about Silicon Valley companies and privacy.
As the 2020 hopeful recovers from a heart attack, now might be a good time to reflect on the ways he has expanded our political horizons.
A growing number of lawmakers call for stricter regulation or even the breakup of big tech companies.
The project would process vast amounts of classified data, allowing the use of artificial intelligence to speed up war capabilities.
A handful of monopolies have a stranglehold on the U.S. economy. The solution today is the same as it was during the last Gilded Age.
Sundance Film Festival award-winner "The Last Black Man in San Francisco" zooms in on a once-vibrant culture dimmed by gentrification.
Company executives make huge profits at the expense of drivers and customers. Now unions are striking on the eve of Uber's IPO.
The senator has distinguished herself this election cycle with a series of policies would level an increasingly tilted playing field.
A tech start up is building robots to siphon farm profits out of local communities and into the pockets of rich investors.
Tech-happy riders in San Francisco and Los Angeles love the new "green" machines, but for other city dwellers, they're hell on wheels.
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