SAN FRANCISCO— An advertising boycott of YouTube is broadening, a sign that big-spending companies doubt Google's ability to prevent marketing campaigns from appearing alongside repugnant videos. PepsiCo, Wal-Mart Stores and Starbucks on Friday confirmed that they have also suspended their advertising on YouTube after the Wall Street Journal found...
Google's ad adjacency program has brought to light the good and bad things about buying ads on its platforms.
Instinet estimates Apple will sell 260 million iPhones in fiscal 2018 versus the consensus of 239 million.
The technology underpinning YouTube's advertising business has come under intense scrutiny in recent days.
Yossi Vardi says that even if Facebook and Google have to hire more people to police content, it won't affect their valuation.
Jim Bankoff, Vox Media CEO, weighs in on Google's ad crisis, with advertisers leaving YouTube amid 'hate' video concerns.
Workers in California and Nevada went on strike, alleging that the company violated contract terms by forcing employees to do work outside their areas of expertise.
NEW YORK— Stocks gave up an early rally and are falling in late trading after Republican leadership delayed a vote on their health care bill amid mounting doubts the legislation has enough votes to pass. Investors are worried that that means trouble for the business-friendly agenda of Congressional Republicans and President Donald Trump.
Jim Cramer tracked trouble in retail and interest rate hikes to their potential impact on REITs.
Jim Cramer rattles off his take on caller favorite stocks, including this stalling cable stock.
SAN FRANCISCO— AT&T, Verizon and several other major advertisers are suspending their marketing campaigns on Google's YouTube site after discovering their brands have been appearing alongside videos promoting terrorism and other unsavory subjects. The spreading boycott confronts Google with a challenge that threatens to cost it hundreds of millions...
"We are deeply concerned that our ads may have appeared alongside YouTube content promoting terrorism and hate," AT&T said.
Ginni Rometty shared her views on technology trends in an interview Tuesday on CNBC's "Power Lunch."
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.
At CNBC’s Net Net event in Dallas AT&T CFO John Stephens said the FCC has not encouraged investment, but has instead implemented extensive regulation.
At CNBC’s Net Net event in Dallas, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said that he’s far from surprised that hiring is so low considering that taxes on investment in the U.S. are at the highest levels in the free world.
At CNBC’s Net Net event in Dallas, AT&T CFO John Stephens and CEO Randall Stephenson boiled their strategy down to one simple, execution: Just get moving.
At CNBC’s Net Net event in Dallas, AT&T’s CFO John Stephens looked back at how he reacted when the Time Warner deal was first brought to him.
At CNBC’s Net Net event in Dallas AT&T’s CEO, Randall Stephenson, said that the future of wireless looks very different than it does today – and it’s coming faster than we think.
The new regime at the Federal Communications Commission says consumers win if businesses face less regulation and have more incentives to invest. "Death by a thousand cuts is a constantly overused cliche, but that's sort of what they're aiming for right now," said Matt Wood, the policy director of consumer group Free Press, referring to the Republicans now in...