The cybersecurity firm's choice of London for its IPO is a vote of confidence for the City after Deliveroo's disappointing debut.
Investors' rejection of the food delivery app's stock market launch this week shows that digital innovation is not valued above workers' rights.
As society grows wary of Big Tech's dominance, platform cooperatives offer an alternative approach. Why haven't they succeeded?
New analysis of federal lobbying by the New Statesman Data Team shows which legislation Big Tech fought hardest to influence in 2020.
Facebook argues that Apple's new App Tracking Transparency feature will hurt small businesses but it stands to lose most.
The UK's competition watchdog has mapped out the various ways that algorithms can harm consumers and interfere with fair markets.
Improving cyber resilience and transforming legacy technology estates are urgent priorities, says Obama-era IT leader Tony Scott.
President Nicolás Maduro has announced plans to rescue the country's economy by accelerating digitisation. Is it possible and will it work?
After fining financial institutions over $10bn for breaches in 2020, regulators are increasingly focused on data quality.