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  • Priceline CEO Darren Huston steps down

    The announcement follows an investigation into a personal relationship he had with an employee.

  • Amazon investors look for growth

    CNBC's Dominic Chu and Michael Pachter of Wedbush Securities discuss the growth expected from when it reports earnings on Thursday.

  • Getty says Google promotes piracy

    The photo agency plans to file a complaint in Brussels, claiming the search engine unfairly undermines its business.

  • eBay CEO: Delivered 'solid results' in Q1

    CNBC's Courtney Regan breaks down eBay's earnings release.

  • April 26- Online content distributor Akamai Technologies Inc reported a 7.8 percent rise in quarterly revenue, helped by higher demand for its cloud security services. The company's net income fell to $74.9 million, or 42 cents per share, in the first quarter ended March 31, from $77.7 million, or 43 cents per share, a year earlier. Revenue rose to $567.7 million from...

  • Bitcoin

    Luxembourg has granted a license to Bitstamp making it Europe's first fully regulated payment institution for the cryptocurrency.

  • Where Facebook needs to show continued growth

    CNBC's Dominic Chu and Scott Kessler of S&P Global Market Intelligence discuss what to expect when Facebook reports its quarterly earnings on Wednesday.

  • IKEA to bring solar panels to UK stores

    The furniture retailer plans to open solar shops in United Kingdom stores by the end of this summer.

  • television cable

    Regulators will impose conditions meant to protect online video services as they back Charter's bid to buy Time Warner Cable.

  • Microsoft VP on the Internet of Things

    Jason Zander, corporate vice president at Microsoft, explains some of the advantages offered by the Internet of Things.

  • Tech earnings takeaways

    CNBC's Josh Lipton looks into the slump in big tech earnings.

  • Chao says Sina, Weibo, not for sale

    Sina's chairman and chief executive Charles Chao says a sale was not something he had considered.

  • *Apple hopes services up in China "as soon as possible"- spokeswoman. BEIJING, April 22- Apple Inc's online book and film services have gone dark in China, after Beijing introduced regulations in March imposing strict curbs on online publishing, particularly for foreign firms. "We hope to make books and movies available again to our customers in China as soon as...

  • YouTube's impact on Google

    Discussing YouTube's slice of the Alphabet pie and the tech giant's earnings release with Robert Luna of SureVest Wealth Management, and Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners.

  • Pro: Alphabet still result pretty much in-line

    Discussing Alphabet's earnings miss and the stock's drop in after hours trading with Kevin Landis of Firsthand Tech Value Fund, and Rob Sanderson of MKM Partners.

  • Alphabet misses on both top and bottom

    CNBC's Josh Lipton reports Alphabet earnings and revenues both missing estimates.

  • AwesomnessTV bets on streaming content

    Brian Robbins, AwesomenessTV CEO, talks about his streaming platform and the future for digital video content.

  • Yahoo under pressure

    CNBC's Josh Lipton looks at Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's earnings call and the bidding process for the internet company's assets.

  • Kawasaki on GOOG: Other things to worry about in the EU

    Guy Kawasaki, Canva Chief Evangelist and former Apple Chief Evangelist, weighs in on the European Union charging Google over abuse of competition laws.

  • Chinese President Xi Jinping, also head of the central Internet security and informatization in China, told officials at a forum on April 19 to welcome and address online criticisms.

    Chinese President Xi Jinping has urged the country's top officials to be "patient and tolerant" with internet users, Xinhua reported.