NEW: US federal prosecutors have filed charges against 2 Russian nationals who are accused of a string of attacks on computer systems in the US that netted them over $3M.
NEW: 4 engineers fired by Google just before Thanksgiving say they plan to file a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board, asking the agency to investigate the company for what they called a sweeping illegal campaign to quash worker organizing.
Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are stepping back from their day-to-day roles within the parent company, Alphabet, but plan to remain as board members and keep their ownership stakes.
BREAKING: Facebook hit with $5 billion fine, forced to create privacy oversight board
JUST IN: Mark Zuckerberg: Chris Cox and Chris Daniels have decided to leave the company.
US Justice Dept. has shut down a major directory of dark web drug marketplaces and arrested the alleged owners in what federal prosecutors say is a first-of-its-kind operation.
How tense are things between Google and its employees? A change to the company's internal calendar system was enough to set off blowback from employees worried Google was trying to stifle efforts to organize.