Apple Raises Salary Budget Amid Tight Labor Market

The iPhone maker is facing store unionization attempts and higher inflation.

Elon Musk to Rely More Heavily on Equity to Finance Twitter Deal

His funding plan now includes $33.5 billion in equity, up from $27.25 billion, amid a sharp price decline for Tesla shares.

14 Students, 1 Teacher Dead in Texas School Shooting

The shooting happened at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, west of San Antonio. The alleged gunman, a local 18-year-old, has died, Gov. Greg Abbott said.

Zoom Still Needs the Little People

The tech company is scrambling to build up a more stable base of business customers. That focus should pay off as long as the still-important consumer side doesn’t melt away too quickly.

Hotels Using NFTs to Create a StubHub for Lodging Reservations

Some resort owners think they have found a way to avoid getting stuck with excess inventory when guests cancel at the last minute.

Appeals Court Blocks Most of Florida Social-Media Law

The law sought to bar removal of political content; the judicial panel ruled the state’s regulations burdened tech companies’ free-speech rights to moderate content on their platforms.

Conan O’Brien’s Podcast Company Sells to SiriusXM in Deal Valued Around $150 Million

Conan O’Brien sold his hit podcast, “Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend,” to Sirius XM, along with his Team Coco digital-media company and its network of 10 podcasts.

Snap Says Macroeconomic Environment Weighing on Profit

Shares in the social-media company fell sharply in after-hours trading after it issued the profit warning.

Zoom Sales Growth Slows as Pandemic Boom Wanes

The videoconferencing company said sales rose 12% in its first quarter, the slowest growth rate on record, but it raised the profit outlook for the year.

Hello? Hello? Is This Facebook? Anybody There? (Nope.)

Users with account problems go to extreme lengths to reach someone, anyone, for customer service. ‘I have never been able to speak to a human.’