Aaron Tilley Reporter
  • San Francisco
  • The Wall Street Journal

Aaron Tilley reports on enterprise technology and cloud computing out of San Francisco. He previously reported on Apple and the semiconductor industry for The Information and Forbes. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest and graduated from the University of Washington.

Focus Areas

  • Enterprise Technology
  • Cloud Computing

85 Articles
2 days ago
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WSJ News Exclusive | Tensions Grew at Salesforce Between Co-CEOs Benioff and Taylor Ahead of Lead...

Marc Benioff became frustrated about how his co-CEO Bret Taylor, who is set to exit the role, was spending his time, ...

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7 days ago
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Apple Makes Plans to Move Production Out of China

Burned by Covid lockdowns and worker protests at Foxconn plants, the iPhone maker is looking to diversify the supply ...

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10 days ago
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Elon Musk’s Apple Attack Sets Stage for Public Spat With Risks for Apple, Twitter

The dispute could draw new attention to how speech is monitored on the internet.

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25 days ago
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Apple, Fortnite Battle Moves Before Appeals Court Over App Store Monopoly Claims

Three judges are hearing the high-profile case that now includes the Justice Department and could determine the fate ...

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29 days ago
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Apple Supply Crunch on Premium iPhone Threatens to Derail Record Sales Run

Apple’s warning this week about iPhone supply limitations threatens one of biggest drivers of the company’s record-br...

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about 1 month ago
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Apple Set to Report Record Revenue as Investors Watch for Sluggish Demand

Sales of the latest iPhones have been strong for premium versions but slower for base models.

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about 1 month ago
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Microsoft’s Hardware Struggles Enter the Metaverse

Problems plagued development of its HoloLens augmented reality headset, a ring-shaped computer worn like a crown that...

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about 2 months ago
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Microsoft Lays Off Employees After Slowdown in Earnings Growth

The software maker, which earlier said it had plans to cut positions affecting less than 1% of its total workforce, i...

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about 2 months ago
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Apple Workers Vote for Union at Oklahoma Store in Second Organizing Win

The employees become the second group at one of the iPhone maker’s U.S. stores to organize officially.

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3 months ago
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Why Adobe Wants Figma and Why Some Investors Are Worried

The $20 billion price tag is spooking investors and raising questions among analysts, but Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen ...

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3 months ago
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Adobe to Buy Collaboration-Software Company Figma for About $20 Billion

Adobe’s purchase of Figma will be its largest ever. The technology giant also issued fourth-quarter revenue guidance ...

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4 months ago
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Cloud Companies’ Outlook Cools as Customers Tighten Spending

After years of pandemic-fueled gains, the firms are contending with a more conservative business environment.

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