President-elect Trump's rapidly growing circle of advisers and cabinet members continues to raise eyebrows among the tech-savvy. The incoming leader has picked retired General James Mattis as his.. TUAW Also reported by •engadget
Technology doesn't just change the world — it runs it.
In 2016, the algorithms, networks and slabs of glass and metal that make up today's digital tools had a direct impact on our lives in some.. Mashable
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Theranos Inc.’s leadership team will look a little different — and smaller — next year. The troubled blood-testing startup is retiring its board of counselors effective in 2017, according to the.. bizjournals
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Theranos is making a huge change to its leadership.
In 2017, the company said, the board of counselors will be retired. The board of counselors mostly consisted of former directors with strong.. Business Insider
President-elect Donald Trump has chosen 66-year-old retired Marine General James N. "Mad-Dog" Mattis to be secretary of defense, according to The Washington Post.
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Media mogul Rupert Murdoch was among several high-profile, non-tech investors to put millions into troubled blood-testing startup Theranos. Murdoch and family-controlled Cox Enterprises invested $100.. bizjournals
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The US economy grew by 3.2% in the third quarter — better than expected and initially reported —.. Business Insider
When Theranos was at its prime, it attracted funding from big-name investors who poured millions into the blood testing startup. Now, we're learning the identity of some of those private investors for.. Business Insider
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch was among several high-profile, non-tech investors to put significant sums into troubled blood-testing startup Theranos. Murdoch and family-controlled Cox Enterprises.. bizjournals
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