Google will no longer bar employees from suing the company for discrimination or wrongful termination, or from joining together in class-action suits.
As unease with Big Tech grows, some prescribe a slower, less viral online existence. "Eat independent sites, mostly not Facebook."
A survey finds that the majority of Californians think tech has been “under-regulated” and merits more government oversight.
In a late 2018 survey, 74 percent of employees said they felt "positive" about the management team's ability to lead, down from 92 percent a year earlier.
The novel by former tech worker Kathy Wang focuses on the envy and tensions in Silicon Valley’s middle class.
Complaints filed in Europe claim internet companies categorize users based on potentially sensitive browsing habits, and then use those labels to target ads.
CEO Sundar Pichai pledged to support workers who walked out, but his lawyers say that employees shouldn't be allowed to use company email to organize.
In a new filing, the US Department of Labor says Oracle underpaid women and minorities at its headquarters complex by $400 million over four years.
An economist studying pay records as part of an ongoing lawsuit found the software company paid women 14 percent less annually than men doing similar jobs.