Facebook may face sanctions because it has yet to comply with EU consumer rules while Airbnb has made the necessary changes in response to regulatory demands, EU sources said on Wednesday.
Guggenheim Securities raises its price target for Netflix shares, saying the company's locally produced content offerings will spur demand in India.
Experts says Blockchain is one technology that could have the potential to shake up the global supply chain, but Tradeshift's CEO says he would be "a little bit cautious for some of the hype."
Short videos are taking China by storm.
Amazon just ordered 20,000 delivery vans. And, while it didn't mention UPS or FedEx by name, it pretty much just put those companies on notice, Louisville Business First reports.
J.P. Morgan lowers its price forecast for Facebook shares because rising expenses will reduce its earnings.
Theoretically, machines are supposed to be unbiased. But there have been instances in recent years that showed even algorithms can be prejudiced.
India is a country renowned for its bustling tech start-up scene. But it's the hospitality industry that's making waves with workers, according to LinkedIn's list of top start-ups in India to work for in 2018.
Citi Research reiterates its buy rating for Amazon shares, saying a company split up would increase shareholder value.
Twitter's ability to keep costs low despite fierce competition and heightened regulatory scrutiny will not last, according to MoffettNathanson, which reiterates its sell rating.
Ripple's Sagar Sarbhai says he's "confident" cryptocurrency product xRapid will go into commercial application soon.
Machines and technology in the workplace could create 133 million new jobs in place of 75 million that will be displaced between now and 2022, new research from the World Economic Forum found.
The founder of Salesforce, Marc Benioff and his wife Lynne Benioff, have agreed to buy Time magazine for $190 million in cash from media and marketing company, Meredith Corporation.
If the history of corporate relocations teaches us anything, it's that CEOs often move their companies near their homes. After buying The Washington Post in 2013, Bezos bought the most expensive home in Washington, D.C., paying $23 million.
In the wake of Nike's controversial ad featuring Colin Kaepernick, internet trolls are circulating a bogus coupon featuring Kaepernick that offers a discount to "people of color," USA Today reports.
Meeker's departure means Kleiner will lose one of its best-known partners, the NYT reports.
Go-Jek President Andre Soelistyo told CNBC that the team in Thailand was working to make the app operational soon.
Andre Soelistyo from Go-Jek says that the team in Thailand is working to get the app up and ready very soon, in a few weeks.
Tokyo Electron's Toshiki Kawai told CNBC that new technologies such as the so-called Internet of Things, big data and artificial intelligence will drive growth and demand in the semiconductor space.
Alphabet CEO Larry Page missed out on testifying in front of Congress earlier this month and is reportedly spending more and more time at his own private Caribbean island.