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A Silicon Valley Polymath Returns to the Nest

Meet Alphabet Nest's chief technology officer, Yoky Matsuoka, who will headline Fortune’s Brainstorm Tech dinner in April. → Read More

What Makes Alibaba's Jack Ma Such a Singular Entrepreneur

This small-business advocate and born communicator is not well understood. → Read More

How Alibaba’s Jack Ma Is Building a Truly Global Retail Empire

The e-commerce mogul wants to empower entrepreneurs worldwide and grow beyond China. → Read More

Why Tech Is Well Represented Among World's Greatest Leaders

Tech luminaries on the latest World's Greatest Leaders list include Alibaba’s Jack Ma, and former Microsoft exec Melinda Gates. → Read More

Uber's Dramatic Script for Change, Presented by an All-Female Cast

Its cultural rejuvenation is a case study in progress. → Read More

Uber's Dramatic Script for Change, Presented by an All-Female Cast

Its cultural rejuvenation is a case study in progress. → Read More

The Complicated Chess Game Behind Masayoshi Son’s Investments

He's easily the most intriguing tech investor-operator around. → Read More

Amazon and Alibaba Diverge, Podcast Debuts, Shame-Faced Analysts

Three thoughts to end your week from Fortune's new executive editor Adam Lashinsky. → Read More

The E-commerce Entrepreneur Who Bested Amazon

Canadian entrepreneur Tobias Lutke developed Shopify to sell snowboards online. Now he helps other small companies do the same. → Read More

How to Save Money on Car Insurance: Use Tesla Autopilot and iPhone

Ohio car insurance startup Root is discounting auto insurance rates for people who use an iPhone and Tesla Autopilot. → Read More

The Alphabet Lawsuit Is a Huge Pothole for Uber

Expect way more details about both companies' self-driving car efforts. → Read More

Don't Like Snap's Voting Rights Policy? There's a Simple Solution

Snap's decision to limit voting rights isn't without precedent, Google did the same. It doesn't mean founders won't listen. → Read More

Google and Salesforce Are Great Places to Work Because They Have to Be

As Fortune's latest Best Companies to Work For list demonstrates, organizations that trust their employees attract and keep talent. → Read More

Silicon Valley Has a New Appreciation for the Business of News

Technology has been eroding journalism's business model for 15 years, but concern over the Trump presidency is giving it a shot in the arm. → Read More

The IBM, Salesforce AI Mash-Up Could Be a Stroke of Genius

Salesforce and IBM won't release any joint artificial intelligence products until late 2017, but the alliance looks promising. → Read More

Why NBC Universal Got In on Snap’s IPO

NBC Universal invested $500 million in Snap's IPO, putting it in good position to take advantage of Snapchat's growing media platform. → Read More

Snapchat IPO: Snap Stock Price Signals Success After Trading Debut

In its first day of public market trading, shares in Snapchat-maker Snap experienced a successful stock price pop. → Read More

Uber’s CEO Asked for Leadership Help, So Here’s Some Advice

Quick fixes to help Uber CEO Travis Kalanick mend driver relations: cut commissions, offer maintenance and car washes, and add a tip jar. → Read More

Snap, Uber, Samsung: An Optimist's Guide to Tech's Madness

A sincere attempt at staying positive amid the scandals, controversies, and excesses. → Read More

Why eBay’s Former CEO Is Joining This $1.4 Billion Cloud Company

ServiceNow wants to quadruple its revenue by 2020. → Read More