After years of decline and lowered revenue streams, BlackBerry is finally out of danger. That is what CEO John Chen stated today in an interview, during the firm's move from NASDAQ to the NYSE.
The fight between ex-Uber CEO, Travis Kalanick, and the board is continuing. On Tuesday, the board will seek to limit the power Kalanick has by removing his allies on the board and ending supervoting.
Current CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment, the division that heads the popular PlayStation brand will pursue new challenges after a tenure of 27 years at the Japanese electronics giant.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella's book Hit Refresh takes an interesting look on how the company is rediscovering its soul under new leadership, but is it worth your time? Find out in our full review!
Uber's new CEO has reached out to employees via email in order to address yesterday's decision by the Transport for London. He said Uber should engage in self-reflection to correct its problems.
Comparing the bitcoin gold rush to the Dutch Tulip Mania that affected that industry in the 1600s, JPMorgan Chase CEO called the cryptocurrency a fraud that was going to 'get someone killed'.
Dara Khosrowshahi has been picked as the new CEO of the ride-hailing company, Uber. Khosrowshahi will have a big job on his hands following countless scandals that have plagued the business.
An internal memo sent by Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has detailed the company's stance on the Charlottesville protest. The executive has condemned the 'senseless violence', and encouraged diversity.
It was a little over a month ago when Pandora officially announced that co-founder Tim Westergren would be stepping down as CEO. Now, the firm has appointed Roger Lynch, former CEO of Sling TV.
Streaming service Pandora is not in the best shape that it could be. After suffering years of losses, the firm has now confirmed that co-founder Tim Westergren will step down as CEO.
Even though he does still enjoy a high approval rating from employees, according to Glassdoor's annual 100 Highest Rated US CEO list, Apple's Tim Cook has dropped 45 places and out of the top ten.
Former Microsoft CEO and current Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer has unveiled a public database which documents how the government spends every cent of the taxpayer's money.
Reddit's CEO has announced a crackdown against Trump supporters who are antagonizing the "broader Reddit community". The move has been met with a mixed response from the site's users.
LeEco may not be well known in the Western world, but the company makes everything from movies, to phones to EVs. Unfortunately, its ambitions are being cut short because of financial difficulties.
Microsoft has announced that its UK chief executive, Michel Van der Bel, "will move into a new role" on November 1, when he'll be replaced as CEO by Cindy Rose, who started work at the company today.
Satya Nadella is writing his first book called 'Hit Refresh', which will be out in 2017. The book will focus on transformation in Nadella's personal life, Microsoft, and the society.
We interview Eve's CEO and co-founder about the company's past and the upcoming crowd-developed Windows 10 2-in-1 device, "Project: Pyramid Flipper", also dubbed by many as the "Surface killer".
Once the king of the mobile phone industry, Nokia has reiterated plans to get back into the smartphone market. Meanwhile the company is focusing on its other endeavors in 5G deployment and IoT.
EE has announced that its Chief Executive Officer, Olaf Swantee, will be stepping down when the carrier's acquisition by BT Group is complete - a deal that is still awaiting final regulatory approval.
As part of his attempt to address inequality across the world, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has announced that he will gift $1 billion in Facebook stock every year, up to 99% of his stock, to charity.
A result of Microsoft's strong showing since he took over, Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella has been granted a total of over $18.3 million in cash and stock options.
We need to close the gap that separates geeks from corporations, to find a way for both sides to rely on one another. CEOs and IT professionals: resistance is futile, it's time to cooperate.
Toshiba's CEO, Hisao Tanaka, alongside other top-level executives, have resigned their positions after it came to light that Toshiba had declared $1.2 billion in false profits over the last six years.
Satya Nadella, who took over last year for Steve Ballmer, was the highest paid new CEO and 2nd highest paid CEO when considering all CEOs; he delivered a 24.3% for shareholders.
After over a decade as chief executive officer of HTC, Peter Chou has stepped down from the top job to "transition to a new role leading future production innovation" at the company.
Telltale games is now under the leadership of Kevin Bruner. With continuation of their ongoing series already on-deck for this year, the new CEO has also hinted at new IP releases too.
The CEO of a half-billion dollar site resigned over an apparently strange and weird matter which could otherwise be solved by mutual discussion, but were there any other deeper reasons besides it?
Terry Gou, CEO of Foxconn, has blamed outside factors such as bad breakups, financial and/or family problems as the reason for the run of 24, attempted or otherwise successful, suicides.
John Legere, CEO of T-Mobile US, has apologised for his comments at the company's latest Uncarrier launch event, at which he said that rivals AT&T and Verizon were "raping" their customers.
Razer's CEO has apologized for the company's ongoing failures to meet demand for its products, in a frank admission that they've "been doing a terrible job" - but hopes to do better in the future.
CEO John Chen says BlackBerry can't compete effectively against its rivals for developers - and even admits that he may not be the best person for the job - but insists that BlackBerry isn't dead yet.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella will be a part of the company's latest quarterly financial conference call with analysts Thursday, joining its chief financial officer Amy Hood in a change from tradition.
Mozilla has finally responded to the speculation from various media outlets over the resignation of the company's new CEO, Brendan Eich, following the brief outcry on social media for choosing him.
Mozilla has announced that its newly appointed CEO Brendan Eich has now stepped down from that position, a week after it was reported he donated money to an anti-gay-marriage campaign.
Dating site OkCupid has asked its users to boycott Firefox, calling Mozilla's chief executive "an opponent of equal rights for gay couples", as opposition to the CEO's appointment continues to grow.
Half of Mozilla's board resigned specifying concerns over whether or not Brendan Eich, the new Mozilla CEO, is able to push Firefox and Firefox OS into the mobile world.
Staff at the Mozilla Foundation have called upon their new CEO, Brendan Eich, to resign - just days after his appointment - amid controversy surrounding his donations to anti-gay marriage campaigners.
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said in a presentation at Oxford University today the company would have a "stronger position in the phone market today" if he could get a "redo" of his time.
BlackBerry's CEO has suggested that the BB10 OS is less than intuitive, saying, "It took me a while to get used to it", adding some consumers "get to our new phone and it's not intuitively obvious".
Newly hired Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has given his first interview, outside of the company, to the New York Times, saying that his quest is for Microsoft "to be a 100-year old company."