Google staffers, including VP Marissa Mayer, explain the thinking behind a new look for the search results page
The Library of Congress' plan to keep a digital archive of every public tweet—messages of 140 characters or fewer—since the microblogging site Twitter was launched in 2006 is silly. Most tweets are better forgotten. Pro or con?
Poised for dramatic expansion, high-tech offshore drilling was considered ultrasafe. Then came BP's Deepwater Horizon disaster. What the company—and the industry—must do to bounce back
The process that led to the redesign of Google's all-important search results page
Breaking down CEO pay
Most small businesses do not have the ambition, personnel, or resources to become much larger
Storied dealmaker James B. "Jimmy" Lee Jr. of JPMorgan Chase helped engineer the United-Continental merger. This is an edited version of our conversation on May 4
Fake chips, routers, and computers cost the electronics industry as much as $100 billion a year; distributors and law enforcers are fighting back