The former Facebook executive's comments drew a pointed response from the company earlier this week.
Disney announced the $52.4 billion all-stock deal Thursday, adding that Iger will remain at the company through 2021 to oversee the merging of assets.
Corporations are likely to be the big winner if the current GOP tax plan becomes law, according to the latest CFO Council Survey.
CNBC's North American CFO survey reveals sexual harassment policies for most major corps are already in place to avoid a #MeToo backlash.
This year, for the first time, tech giants began to grudgingly accept that they have some responsibility to the offline world, NYT reports.
Palihapitiya's remarks follow similar statements from others who helped build Facebook into the powerful corporation it is today, Verge reports.
Ive left the position two years ago, drawing speculation that he might leave the company.
Laura Fitton told Axios she came forward after Pishevar announced he would be taking a leave of absence to pursue legal action against his accusers.
Dan Frommer, Recode editor in chief, talks about the "weird year" where some of this year's top competitors "actually got things done."
Why don't we face up to the fact that many of us in Silicon Valley are living lives that involve telling ourselves a lot lies, VC Om Malik writes.
Mike Fucci, Deloitte chairman of the board, talks about the ways companies can disrupt cycles of uniformity in the boardroom.
Dec 3- Aetna Inc's board of directors was meeting on Sunday to approve the U.S. health insurer's sale to U.S. drugstore chain operator CVS Health Corp for approximately $207 per share in cash and stock, according to people familiar with the matter. The $68 billion deal will be this year's largest corporate acquisition. CVS plans to use its low-cost clinics to...
Thirty-five percent of respondents said their companies will be offering no year-end award at all, up from the prior year.
In East Palo Alto, the forthcoming "Facebook school" is met with weariness, as residents are again displaced by Facebook, NYT reports.
Meg Whitman, Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO, explains why she is stepping down as chief executive, and how leadership under Antonio Neri will usher in a new era and create shareholder value.
Whitman tells CNBC she has full confidence in her successor, HPE President Antonio Neri.
Eccles had been kicking around new startup ideas since FanDuel and DraftKings, rival fantasy sports sites, agreed to a merger last year, Recode reports.
Roger McNamee called the Tesla and SpaceX CEO the "most entertaining, wonderful entrepreneur of our time."
Jim Cramer said the old-school tech company could be ready to make a comeback, despite the moves of Warren Buffett.
Jim Cramer gave kudos to the CEOs of Wal-Mart and Cisco for their turnaround stories after better-than-expected earnings reports.