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The inaugural event will be held at a Central West End coworking space, CIC Startups. 

  • By MICHAEL RILEY Bloomberg News

The group under investigation is not believed to be responsible for the Target breach.

  • By OLGA KHARIF Bloomberg News

Technology behind the virtual currency can be used for a range of financial tasks now handled by banks, exchanges and other middlemen.

  • From Staff Reports

Described by the company as 'good clean fun,' the app is designed to elevate 'the passion' children have for the cereal brands.

  • By CRAIG TIMBERG and JIA LYNN YANG Washington Post

Move could be bad news for the National Security Administration — and China.

  • By CARTER DOUGHERTY Bloomberg News

Dorian S. Nakamoto, a former defense industry and government employee, created the software that serves as the backbone of the currency's system.

  • By ALEX BARINKA Bloomberg News

So far, workers in New York, Vermont, Minnesota and Iowa have been fired today.

  • By SALVADOR RODRIGUEZ Los Angeles Times

The new button will benefit marketers because it makes it less likely that users will mark their material as spam.

  • By TIMOTHY B. LEE Washington Post

Of the five companies, Yahoo appears to have been the favorite of NSA analysts.


Change comes as company moves away from its roots as a software maker to focus on hardware and Internet-based services.


Strategy of placing ads in news feeds rather than beside it is paying off for social media site. For users, maybe not.

  • By DAVID De JONG Bloomberg

The chief operating officer of Facebook is the author of the popular book, "Lean In."

  • By SCOTT MORITZ and CLIFF EDWARDS Bloomberg News

Ruling, if it stands, means carriers can charge extra fees for speedier delivery of digital content.

  • By ALEX BARINKA Bloomberg News

Its revenue has fallen for six straight quarters, dragged down by sluggish demand for computer hardware.

  • By HAYLEY TSUKAYAMA Washington Post

Social network's strongest growth over the past year has come from users over the age of 65.

  • By TIM CULPAN Bloomberg News

The company is expanding beyond making devices for clients like Apple and H-P.

  • By SARAH FRIER and JEFF GREEN Bloomberg News

The addition of Marjorie Scardino expands Twitter's board to eight people.


    By JEFF GREEN and CAROL HYMOWITZ Bloomberg News

New technology, soaring stock market, activist investors all cited as factors.

  • By TIMOTHY B. LEE Washington Post

The new high represents a massive windfall for those who bought the currency early.

  • By BRIAN WOMACK and SARAH FRIER Bloomberg News

They're fighting to be the social network of choice for the rich and famous.