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U.S. regulators charged the company with using anti-competitive tactics over licensing.
"You wanted to begin legal diligence on a Friday and sign the deal Monday?" an attorney asked Zuckerberg.
In the future, half of the workforce could be automated, affecting sectors like manufacturing and health care.
Executives from LinkedIn, Alphabet's Google, Facebook partner with private university to train workers for the digital economy.
Two traders lay out their bull and bear cases for "Big Blue."
The company is expected to report $2.47 billion revenue for the quarter ending in December 2016, a 35 percent year-over-year increase.
The system will specifically help self-driving cars navigate reversible lanes (or lanes that can go both ways). Recode reports.
In October, the FAA proposed a $1.9 million fine, but today announced the fine would only be $200,000, Recode reports.
UBS on Tuesday downgraded Twitter to hold from buy as advertisers overlook the social media platform.
Joe Schoendorf, a VC at Accel, said getting rid of EU regulation could help the country's start-up sector grow bigger.
Chris Liddell is no stranger to transitions, in both the public and private sector.
ZeniMax alleges that the Oculus Rift was "primitive" until ZeniMax employees added numerous improvements to the headset prototype.
David Hanson, the CEO of Hanson Robotics touted the potential ability for AI to develop to human-level intelligence.
Fears that artificial intelligence will steal jobs are largely unfounded, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty says.
Prices in the UK's App Store are set to rise 25 percent as the pound continues to lose value after Brexit. The Verge reports.
New developments in technology always cut jobs, but they should also add more as they evolve, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff tells CNBC.
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