Tanium funding points to $3.5bn valuation

Cyber security start-up taps into surging demand for protection

Uber in taxi war of attrition with Didi

Battle to gain market share in China hits plateau

Judge gives go-ahead to Uber lawsuit

Case to determine if 160,000 California drivers are employees

Etsy under fire over Irish tax practices

Tax group says company’s practices threaten its ‘B Corp’ status

Do not let fear kill promise of Big Data

Privacy is at the heart of democratic modernity and it must be preserved, writes Maurice Lévy

Yelp: under review

Ratings website is growing sales, but its shares are dragging

London cabbies try to cut up Uber

Black taxis to offer fixed fares for journeys

Business Life. Doctor Gordon Sanghera, CEO of Oxford Nanopore.
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Oxford’s genes genie

British scientist behind pioneering DNA sequencer

Yelp in need of a good review

Listings app faces challenges of sinking share price, competition and forthcoming documentary

Modern couples need similar tech drives

Mismatched technology habits can lead to dissatisfaction in a relationship

Carlyle in £500m Innovation Group deal

UK insurance claims technology specialist acquired just months after it set out restructuring plans

Klarna opens its tills in the US

Swedish payments start-up looks to take on PayPal and Square

Moral hazard and abundant seed capital

Selling equity has become a rich business model, says Murad Ahmed

Google under fire for India market abuse

Tech group prepares response to initial findings that suggest variety of competition law breaches

Russian law sparks web surveillance fears

New rule requires companies to store data onshore

Dubsmash aiming to tap app’s viral appeal

Social media sensation aims to evolve into new platform

Infineon could be takeover target, says CEO

Ploss says chipmaker has attractive products for cars

Netflix: Burden of empire

US digital TV provider can succeed in its international expansion

China rings alarm for smartphone makers

Share slump raises threat of smarting consumers tightening purse strings

US tech giants need to soften their image

Google et al must keep ‘grown-up’ institutions on their side

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