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The H-1B and the green card system are technically separate, but many immigrants from India see them as intimately connected.
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A Silicon Valley woman who allegedly suffered a decade of physical abuse at the hands of her CEO husband has offered up a heartbreaking account of her experience. In a victim impact statement read alo...
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Nearly 100 powerhouse companies, including Apple, Facebook, Google, Netflix, Twitter and Microsoft filed an amicus — "friend of the court" — brief late Sunday against President Donald Trum...
Tech companies are visibly unhappy with the immigration ban.
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Uber is investing money to protect its partners after a backlash
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The former Google employee will be moving to the US.
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Which service will grab you by the eyeballs?
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By Gina Cherelus and Dustin Volz NEW YORK/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President-elect Donald Trump and some of Silicon Valley's most powerful executives met at his Manhattan tower on Wednesday, a summit co...
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The company has sent a letter of intent to Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari.
Bannon is the executive chairman of Breitbart News, a site that regularly airs white nationalist viewpoints.
"We have to work together," is the common refrain in the Silicon Valley.
What if cloth bags are only a palliative, meant to symbolize doing something and absolving us of our guilt, without actually solving the problem? This may be the end-result -- a quick-fix that actually doesn't fix anything.
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A natural language processing program was fed the first 4 books of Harry Potter. It then churned out 5 hilarious chapters.
In an era where unicorns are the flavour of the day and every business wants to be the "next Uber of its category", how can large technology firms, catering to a mass base of enterprise and consumers, claim the innovation mantle? And beyond that lies the larger question -- is the trade-off between growth and innovation always a losing one?