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After a string of scandals this year, Uber has rushed to repair its corporate culture. On Tuesday, the company continued its mea culpa tour. NYT reports.
The Senate moved to strip consumer privacy rules that had just been created in October.
Chamath Palihapitiya, founder and CEO of venture firm Social Capital, questions why Snap is focusing its strategy so narrowly.
The venture capitalist tells CNBC he invested in their new company to build the next generation chip.
Preliminary reports suggest strong sales figures for Nintendo's Switch and IDC expects the console to ship 8 million units by Q1'18.
The hedge fund billionaire tells CNBC that Buffett turned out to be right to buy Apple late last year.
The Appaloosa Management founder tells CNBC he sold shares on the spike higher last week but still believes in the company.
Shares of AMD have rallied over 400 percent during the past 12 months, but now analysts are citing flaws in the company's latest product release.
The Snapchat parent has to prove to investors that it can retain and grow its user base, Victor Anthony says.
John Chambers, the executive chairman and former CEO of Cisco, speaks to CNBC from the YPO Edge summit in Vancouver.
The company has a lot to prove to investors in light of its Thursday IPO, investment expert Paul Meeks says.
But Alexis Ohanian tells CNBC the Snapchat parent still needs to figure out the business side.
This start-up's easy-to-use on-premises hybrid cloud platform is helping smaller businesses run a smarter operation more affordably.
Apple could be nearing a $1 trillion valuation, Baird's Will Power says.
Intel and Micron Technology are working the same modern semiconductor facility to defray costs, the New York Times reports.
Snap's first venture investor, Jeremy Liew of Lightspeed, insisted on aggressive terms that Evan Spiegel later worked around, the New York Times reports.
The "Fast Money" traders discuss what trades to make after Nvidia's downgrade.
Nintendo is taking a fresh approach to the video game market with the new Switch console.
Alphabet-owned Jigsaw has developed software that can identify toxic comments online, the New York Times reports.