Messaging software company Slack faces a significant new challenge, the New York Times reports.
Trump met with around 20 executives on Tuesday to ramp up support for his $1 trillion infrastructure program.
Trump says his administration is doing a revamp of Dodd Frank Rules that may eliminate it entirely.
Leaders of American companies are willing to take more risk than Congress, says the Business Roundtable's former president.
Banks still using computer programming language more than half a century old are dealing with a dwindling community of IT veterans who specialize in it.
Silicon Valley venture capitalist Vinod Khosla thinks algorithms will replace radiologists.
Harriet Green can tell if you have what she's looking for from a glance at your resume.
With Q1 wrapping up, we reviewed some of the traders' top wins -- and misses -- from the quarter.
Partnering with major companies and universities, Coursera and Udacity are leading the charge to address America's growing skills gap.
Harriet Green likes to make interviewees stop to think.
Senior female executives in Asia want to take on global roles, but most are uncertain if they will be given the chance.
Ginni Rometty shared her views on technology trends in an interview Tuesday on CNBC's "Power Lunch."
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty sits on President Donald Trump's business advisory board, and met with the President on Friday.
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty discusses Trump's agenda with CNBC and which programs need to be prioritized.
IBM Chairman & CEO Ginny Rometty speaks with CNBC's Kelly Evans about the company's push in cloud technology including the announcement of a partnership between IBM and AT&T.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
IBM has launched a service that will allow businesses to build applications on its cloud using code from the Hyperledger Project, the group led by the Linux Foundation.
Asian equities were mixed on Monday as investors mulled headlines out of the G-20 finance ministers meeting in Germany at the weekend.
U.S. stocks closed mixed Friday, dragged down by declines in financial and health care stocks.
Several countries are developing weapons based on nanotechnology that could unleash attacks with mini-nukes and insect-like lethal bots.