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A former Nest employee has filed a complaint with the NLRB against Google, its parent company, for unfair labor practices, Recode reports.
Jean Liu, president of Uber's ride-hailing rival Didi Chuxing, told CNBC's "Squawk Alley" that there's no competition for Chinese market share.
It's shipping, business supplies and groceries that are likely to be Amazon's next big business, one technology analyst says.
EBay isn't just an auction site anymore, but it's also not trying to be Amazon, CEO Devin Wenig said.
The list of companies looking at a possible deal with Yahoo included Twitter, according to a new report from The New York Post.
Saudi Arabia's $3.5B investment in ride-hailing app Uber could be best utilized in China, where the U.S. firm faces fierce competition.
Tesla's Elon Musk may think Apple could be a serious competitor when it introduces a car, but analyst Andrew Uerkwitz is skeptical.
Legal probes would not stop Huawei from investing heavily in the U.S., according to one of the top executives at the Chinese smartphone giant.
Verizon is working on its bid for Yahoo's core assets with an investment bank which was, as recently as last year, one of the company's top advisers.
Customers walk into a Timo cafe and hear the espresso machines humming. They can listen to a sales pitch as they sip a free cup of coffee.
Twilio, a software supplier to Uber, filed for an IPO, perhaps ending a dry spell for tech companies that dates back to late 2015.
Semiconductor stocks have been on a tear but one trader is betting big that the run isn't over.
Tech giants Microsoft and Facebook are investing big in high-speed internet by building a subsea cable.
One day, one or both companies, may offer ride-hailing services, says Sean Behr, founder of Zirx, a platform to move, store and service cars at scale.
A top Apple executive raised the prospect of the iPhone maker buying Time Warner at a meeting with the owner of HBO, CNN and Warner Brothers.
When Josephson took over as the boss of Bitly in July 2013, the company was growing quickly but had no idea how to make money. Now things have definitely changed.
HP Inc. reported quarterly adjusted earnings that topped Wall Street estimates, but its revenues fell short of analyst expectations.
Goldman Sachs has taken a renewed bullish stance on internet services in China and the opportunities that are available for investors.
A start-up that makes technology to allow you to control devices touch-free with gestures has raised $20 million.
Billions of dollars are at stake in the Android trial, but the tech industry is concerned with what it means for free software.
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