Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Walmart-owned Indian e-commerce firm Flipkart Group, Binny Bansal, has resigned effective immediately, Walmart said in a regulatory filing on Tuesday.
When T-Mobile U.S. wanted to better understand who was visiting its website — people who were already customers or those who were just researching phones or plans — it asked university teams for help.
Shares of Facebook fell on Monday to their lowest close since April 2017 as U.S. stocks declined across the board. The company has endured a turbulent year in 2018 tied to the spread of fake news and its handling of user data.
A study conducted by academic researchers found that students who limited their daily use of Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat to 10 minutes each per day experienced significant declines in depressive symptoms. This study claims to be the first to find a direct causal link between cutting back on social media use and improvements in loneliness and depression.
Amazon closed in a bear market Monday as the e-commerce giant added to a 20 percent decline from all-time highs reached back in September.
SAP's share price fell by as much as 4 percent Monday as traders in Europe digested news of its deal to buy U.S. survey software maker Qualtrics for $8 billion.
Storing a partner's biometric passcode seems to be a uniquely younger compulsion, and likely tied to the typical millennial nonchalance around cybersecurity that comes with a digital childhood and regular headlines of data breaches.
Following Microsoft, Uber and Google, Facebook on Friday reportedly told employees that it would no longer require claims of sexual-harassment to be settled.
British lawmakers have written to five online-only fashion retailers amid concern over the sustainability of cheap fashion garments.
Though analysts are impressed with Disney's studio revenue, which grew 50 percent from the prior year, many focus on its new over-the-top strategy known as Disney+.
Activision Blizzard shares fell 10 percent during after-hours trading Thursday as the video game company missed estimates on fourth-quarter revenue projections but beat third quarter earnings-per-share predictions.
Alibaba CEO Daniel Zhang told CNBC that "every business in the future will be powered by cloud" and that division of the company will eventually be the "main business."
Facebook announced it removed more than 12.4 million pieces of content promoting or endorsing terrorists and terrorist organizations such as ISIS and al-Qaeda between April and September.
Tim Campos left Facebook in late 2016 to build his own company, Woven. It's an intelligent calendar tool that helps professionals and small businesses schedule meetings, and it's launching Thursday.
Netflix is on a mission to expand its audience across Asia, and the country set to account for the bulk of that growth is India — not China.
Ping An Technology CEO Ericson Chan told CNBC that years of investment and research into fintech is paying off.
The Wall Street Journal reported that Google is nearing a deal to buy or lease a planned 1.3 million-square-foot office building at St. John's Terminal in Manhattan's West Village neighborhood.
After failing to recognize and stop the threat of fake news before the 2016 U.S. elections, Facebook ramped up its efforts to curtain harmful content on its services. So far, Facebook's efforts appear to be working.
The plunge sends Zillow to a new 52-week low and makes for the stock's worst day of trading since going public in 2011.
Microsoft's president told CNBC the company wants to work with Congress to establish cybersecurity measures for civilians.