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Steve Ballmer said while Microsoft under him did do much to prepare for a cloud-first world, the company didn't do enough to build new hardware capability.
It's more likely stocks will take a pause and move sideways this summer than roll over in a "June swoon."
Guangzhou Automobile Group plans to sell Trumpchi-brand cars in the U.S.
As Russia's economy show signs of improving, its finance ministry remains positive on the outlook yet doesn't expect to let its guard down just yet.
The president's angry tweets about Germany's "unfair" trade practices could leave the U.S. as the odd man out in the global economy.
Andy Rubin, the creator of Android, says his new smartphone will launch in just about 30 days.
Essential hopes to paint itself as a defender of American consumers above all else.
Michael Flynn will provide some documents under subpoena to the Senate Intelligence Committee, according to reports.
Taiwanese manufacturer Hon Hai Precision Industry is the largest assembler for Apple but drastic slowdown in iPhone demand may not doom it.
If you are undecided about how to trade the British pound around the upcoming general election, history shows you should stay away from it.
He has an estimated net worth of $275 million.
The world's second-largest economy is quickly shedding that image as domestic firms innovate rapidly.
Hanoi could emerge as a key player in Washington's long-term Southeast Asia push that's aimed at neutralizing Beijing's influence in the South China Sea.
Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said on Tuesday he would sign deals for U.S. goods and services worth $15 billion to $17 billion during his visit to Washington, D.C., mainly for high technology products and for services.
Stocks in Asia closed mixed following the release of official PMI figures from China and as the British pound nursed losses.
The New York TImes executive editor Dean Baquet wants to be as "widely read as possible."
China reported PMI data on manufacturing and services for May with both readings higher than expected.
Singapore Exchange is gunning for more tech IPOs to alter perception that it is an attractive listing destination only for REITs.
"Get comfortable with being uncomfortable."
Starbucks' former CEO told employees in February that President Donald Trump was creating "chaos" that was hurting the US economy.