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Programs promoting a skills-based labor market are gaining momentum and changing the way people are hired and trained for tech and other jobs. The New York Times reports.
Samsung is reportedly going to launch a new version of the Galaxy Note 7 called the Galaxy Note 7 FE.
Nvidia, the market's best-performing stock in the past year, receives a price forecast increase from Mizuho Securities.
The project was shut down for unknown reasons.
For the past four months, we've seen a medical system working to keep my son alive and a political system that's taking care away.
Former Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has nothing but nice things to say about ex-Uber CEO Travis Kalanick.
The company handles around 25 percent of all containers shipped on the key Asia-Europe route.
Salesforce co-founder Parker Harris has been busy integrating AI into products since Marc Benioff made a declaration about its importance.
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Deepak Krishnamurthy told CNBC that blockchain will complement SAP's supply chain business.
Yao Zhang, the founder of robotics firm RoboTerra, says companies need to get serious about data.
Tradeshift does not necessarily see itself selling up anytime soon, its chief executive told CNBC on Wednesday.
Hong Kong-based PCCW has invested in emerging technology services, including an OTT streaming platform Viu.
Japan's Toshiba said on Wednesday it is filing a lawsuit against joint venture partner Western Digital.
Yitzhak Peterburg, interim president and CEO of Teva Pharmaceutical, talks about the disruption facing the traditional health care industry.
Technology companies have "more substance" now compared to the dotcom boom, said Thomas Finke, the chairman and CEO of Barings.
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