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Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP, said Google and Facebook are media firms and "cannot masquerade as technology companies".
North Korea accused the United States on Thursday of using the North's nuclear program as an excuse to mask its own opposition to banning nuclear weapons.
Apple Inc on Friday won a victory in its global fight to prevent banks from introducing their own mobile payment services on Apple devices.
It's a mixed bag for Chinese tech giant Huawei, where profits are largely flat and sales continue to rise.
Edward S. Lampert is facing the downfall of two of his business, according to a report by The New York Times.
Starbucks will open a dedicated mobile order and pay store in its Seattle headquarters as it tests how to best serve convenience-oriented customers.
Canada's BlackBerry, reported a smaller quarterly loss on Friday as operating costs nearly halved.
Qatar Airways and Etihad Airways are offering passengers flying to the U.S. free laptops and Apple iPads to use on flight.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson renewed pressure on its NATO partners to step up their contributions.
Crayola is kicking the dandelion crayon out of its crayon box, the company disclosed via Twitter on Thursday, a day ahead of National Crayon Day.
The future of a Budapest university founded by billionaire philanthropist George Soros depends on an agreement between the Hungarian and U.S. governments.
The outlook for Singapore's most exclusive properties is in question as market conditions and initial data points paint a conflicting picture.
Foreign mistresses and a bed made of banknotes make appearances in the television series.
The Amazon founder and CEO made several bold career moves to get to where he is today.
President Trump tweeted on Thursday that the United States could no longer tolerate massive trade deficits and job losses.
In his earlier tweet, Trump threatened to "fight" GOP representatives who did not get behind his agenda.
The "Fast Money" traders discuss which stocks to play as the Trump Administration and Republicans struggle to make changes in D.C.
South Africa's Zuma sacked finance minister Gordhan in a cabinet reshuffle after days of speculation that has rocked the country's markets and currency.
Jim Cramer spoke with Laurent Potdevin to get clarity on Lululemon's pummeled stock.
Get ready to be blown away by new technology coming to smartphones.