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Apple shares plunged Monday, but didn't go low enough for pro to add more shares to his position.
An Irish entrepreneur has launched an anonymous messaging app aimed at the business elite, with messages that self-destruct in 24 hours.
Intel is making news in both the hardware and the software space, and has a new ad campaign with a well-known TV actor. The Tech Bet breaks it down.
Lyft is forgoing many of its characteristics to streamline service and meet growing demand.
Amazon.com has installed more than 15,000 robots across 10 U.S. warehouses, promising to cut costs by one-fifth and get packages out more quickly.
European lawmakers approved separating Google's search engine from its other commercial activities on Thursday.
The companies that emerge from Hewlett-Packard's split will be leaner as HP goes through every line item and examines every cost, Meg Whitman says.
Here's what perils Apple pros are worried about.
Evan Gregory, of Auto-Tune the News fame, is blowing up on a Karaoke app by luring singers to perform duets with him.
The Sony scrapped Steve Jobs film was picked up by Universal. Michael Fassbender will now play the late tech visionary.
HP shares fell as much as 2 percent as quarterly revenue generated from key subsidies trailed forecasts.
Inc.'s editor-in-chief explains why Airbnb was just named the magazine's company of the year.
Immigration reform that entrepreneurs and tech companies need already has bipartisan support, the National Venture Capital Association CEO said.
As the cyberthreat landscape has gotten worse, there's been a silver lining of sorts for investors.
Amazon has reportedly been working with hotels and resorts to start a new travel department, and the New York Post reports Amazon will roll out a new ad supported streaming service. Kara Swisher, Re/code co-executive editor, weighs in.
Company, Car Throttle defines itself as the 'internet's car community'. Adnan Ebrahim, founder & CEO of Car Throttle talks about how they target the "18 to 25 petrol-heads" through YouTube and the internet.
Uber has hired a law firm to audit its handling of customer data after a week full of data-related controversies, NBC reports.
IBM went an unconventional route to hire new co-workers for its super-computing system Watson.
Here's why these proposed bitcoin regulations are unrealistic, says Trevor Murphy, the CTO of BitStash.
PayPal's latest survey says merchants are looking outside the U.S. for sales opportunities
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