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The account, now with 1 tweet, has more than 5 million followers.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is one of several technology executives that's part of Trump's Strategic and Policy forum.
High-skilled tech immigrants worry about the Trump administration’s stance on immigration, BuzzFeed News reports.
Pacific Crest says Alphabet can take a large share of the $75 billion U.S. TV advertising market with a new YouTube TV offering.
Hours before he was scheduled to take the oath of office, soon-to-be President Donald Trump tweeted: "It all begins today!"
The Bloomberg terminal, the operating system of the financial industry, is now well-equipped to turn a Trump tweet into money, Buzzfeed reports.
One strategist believes that the big run for tech stocks could be over in the short term.
The agreement announced Thursday with the Federal Trade Commission covers statements Uber made from late 2013 until 2015.
Avaya filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy to reduce its debt load of about $6.3 billion but said it would not sell its call center business.
Pacific Crest forecasts Facebook's 2017 sales will rise by 35 percent to $37.1 billion versus the Wall Street consensus of $36.7 billion.
Samsung will announce the cause of the Galaxy Note 7 fires a day before its full-year 2016 earnings.
AppDynamics is preparing to be the first tech IPO OF 2017, and it needs investors to get excited to avoid the dreaded ratchet.
IBM CFO Martin Schroeter insists AI is "solving real business problems," but Wall Street is still waiting for the cash to roll in.
While some Silicon Valley CEO's may still covet the "unicorn" label, for others, it's become a dirty word.
President-elect Donald Trump has no plans to cut back on his use of Twitter despite the disapproval of the majority of Americans.
The New York-based enterprise technology company has now suffered 19 straight quarters of declining year-over-year revenues.
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