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From Priscilla Chan to Melinda Gates, these are the spouses of some of the most powerful people in tech
For those tech CEOs who are married, many of them have been with their spouses for years — or even decades.
These 5 tech companies started in garages, and now they’re worth billions. These are their modest beginnings.
These companies that shaped the tech scene all started in garages, and those beginnings have become essential to their origin stories.
The career rise of Susan Wojcicki, who rented her garage to Google’s founders in 1998 and is now the CEO of YouTube
In 1998, Susan Wojcicki rented her garage to Sergey Brin and Larry Page for $1,700 a month. The next year, she joined Google as its 16th employee.
Here are all the companies and divisions under Google’s parent company, Alphabet, which just had a major shake-up at the top
Google became Alphabet in 2015, but for many people, it can be confusing as to how it's organized. Here's what's under the corporate umbrella.
Susan Wojcicki has previously said she also limits her children's screen time more generally, sometimes taking away their phones.
Sacha Baron Cohen just called out the ‘Silicon Six,’ a group of American billionaires that he says ‘care more about boosting their s...
Six people decide what information much of the world sees, according to Sacha Baron Cohen: Mark Zuckerberg, Sundar Pichai, Larry Page, Sergey Brin, Susan Wojicki, and Jack Dorsey.
You need to watch every single minute of Sacha Baron Cohen’s scintillating attack on internet giants like Facebook
In just 24 minutes, Sacha Baron Cohen thoroughly dismantled Facebook's defense for allowing disinformation to pervade its website.
The minds behind 23andMe, Netflix, Alibaba, and YouTube are all considered among the most inspiring leaders in the tech world.
Due to YouTube's new stricter criteria around verification, creators with millions of subscribers were set to get unverified in October.
A YouTuber who was reportedly connected to the Christchurch shooter had his channel deleted then reinstated, and it’s a perfect example of YouTu...
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said the platform's commitment to "openness" will allow controversial and offensive material to remain online.