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Unilever is the first consumer packaged goods company go bit in start-up world, buying Dollar Shave Club deal and potentially Honest Co.
A major new product direction for computing giant Oracle means war with Amazon, Larry Ellison vowed on Sunday. USA Today reports.
GitHub is one of those Bay Area start-ups that has made headlines for all the wrong reasons, but its popularity is undeniable.
Bill Maris backed Uber, Jet.com and Nest while at Google's Venture arm, and is now out to build his investment firm.
Ripple, a start-up that uses blockchain technology to settle financial transactions between banks, has raised $55 million.
Pleo, a start-up that offers companies payment cards and uses AI to automatically match receipts, has raised $3 million.
London has been named as the most expensive city in the world for technology start-ups to open offices, trumping New York and San Francisco.
Amazon has launched its voice-controlled speaker Echo in the U.K. and Germany.
In an interview with CNBC, Facebook's David Marcus explains how Facebook's Messenger platform will be monetized.
Alibaba's Joseph Tsai says his company will not buy the remaining piece of Yahoo.
Meg Whitman tells CNBC that technology is moving at "lightning speed," and the winning companies are going to be "nimble, fast, and focused."
Amazon may have accidentally stolen Tim Cook's thunder on Apple's new iPhone 7, according to tech website Gizmodo.
Saket Modi, CEO at Lucideus Tech, talks about the role of cybersecurity companies in mitigating the IT vulnerabilities of large enterprises.
The release is a part of Box's strategy of becoming the go-to service people use to collaborate and get work done in the cloud.
After recently implementing fees to sell certain brands, Amazon clarified the rules by saying the charges only apply to new merchants.
Apple will remove apps that are outdated, no longer function or don't follow guidelines.
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