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Analysts surveyed by FactSet estimate that Apple has sold about 1 million iPods per quarter in 2017.
Artificial intelligence from Conversica helps sales teams focus on the leads that will pay off and can increase overall team efficiency.
True Gault has patented a formula that uses 3-D measuring tools to capture the biomechanics of a foot, using an iPhone camera and an app.
The iconic entrepreneur is worth more than $90 billion. Here’s his story.
It hopes the push will encourage more businesses to adopt using Facebook Messenger.
Facebook did almost twice as well as Alphabet on a key second-quarter metric. But the script may flip in the second half of this year.
Getting a company to open a plant in the US seems like good news. But with Foxconn, there is cause for concern, says Notre Dame professor Joe Holt.
Amazon's The Fix features high heels and purses that retail for roughly $49 to $140.
Twitter talks a lot about DAU growth but doesn’t break out any hard numbers, so we did our own estimate, Recode reports.
Jim Cramer sat down with Citigroup CEO Michael Corbat to hear more about Citigroup's recent transformation.
Sixty percent of Black Hat conference experts believe a successful cyberattack on US infrastructure will occur in the next two years.
Twitter beat estimates on its top and bottom line but monthly active user growth was flat from the previous quarter.
YouTube's head of music confirmed that the company is planning on merging its Google Play Music service with YouTube Red.
CNBC's Jim Cramer was pleased with the Facebook CEO's comments about including ads on Messenger.
Wall Street analysts are stunned over Facebook's surging ad pricing growth.
U.S. equities pulled back from record highs after the technology sector rolled over.
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