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‘White hats’ look for vulnerabilities in voting system, in hopes they will get fixed
US tech sector’s ambitious expansion plans challenged by levies on Chinese imports
An investment boom helped several companies achieve huge growth, but incursions on rivals’ core businesses are inevitable in the race to $2tn
Richard Waters sees volatility ahead for US tech giants
And then there were four . . . Microsoft, Apple, Google and Amazon are taking the market higher
Google’s new AI chip underscores how far tentacles of computing systems can reach
Accountancy treatment of EU fines marks a new era in big tech.
Oligopoly is showing itself to be the economic and political challenge of our time
Steady chief executives know preening is no substitute for performance
Sales growth of 17% to reach $30bn in quarterly revenues
Trump appointee says ‘great efficiencies’ can come from large groups buying smaller rivals
One company does not have its head in the clouds.
Opposition to state contracts among Microsoft and Google staff poses dilemma for CEOs
White House relations with corporate America worsened by separation of migrant families
GitHub, RBS, UniCredit and SocGen, WhatsApp, UK high-street, and Cambridge Analytica
This time is different, says Goldman.
Flat sales of smartphones mask a third industrial revolution yet to reach its peak
Unlikely union highlights shift by world’s biggest software company towards open-source code
Taking shares in group led by Satya Nadella is a vote of confidence
Acquisition a sign that group’s future lies in fostering more open, online networks
Biggest deal by tech group since acquisition of LinkedIn in 2016