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When the year’s most hotly anticipated tech deal went down, Wall Street’s biggest banks got elbowed aside by upstart competitors.
Microsoft may have blown away Wall Street's earnings predictions, but it has another key challenge ahead.
"The Microsoft Cloud is seeing significant customer momentum," CEO Satya Nadella said.
A key executive said talent agencies should be "very, very excited" about what Apple is up to, The Hollywood Reporter said.
Line's debut on the NYSE has investors asking: which private tech companies will follow in the messaging app's footsteps?
Tokyo-based chat app Line launched in 2011, following a catastrophic earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Now it's about to go public.
The new Pokemon Go app could have positive implications for other companies, including Microsoft, CEO Satya Nadella said.
Microsoft and GE have teamed up on a new, global project — and they took aim at American trade policies Monday on CNBC.
Facebook has unveiled a platform to bring the internet to the remotest parts of the world – and it can fit inside a shoebox.
On the heels of completing a combination of two of his investments Liberty Global Chairman John Malone took a moment to chat.
Developments in robotics and technology mean more and more white collar jobs are being automated and performed by machines.
Leaving the EU could impede the U.K.'s free movement of data to and from the continent, negatively impacting businesses.
Major tech centers in Europe are likely to eye top British talent, John Frankel, founding partner of ff Venture Capital, tells CNBC.
The high price that Microsoft ended up paying could now lead to deeper cost-cutting at LinkedIn after the deal is completed, the Financial Times reports.
Singapore is rushing to reinvent itself as Asia's financial technology hub to fend off a regulatory threat to its wealth management industry.
Amazon is entering into the world of perishable private-label foods, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Google Capital took a majority stake in Care.com, boosting shares of the on-demand family care service.
It's been a brutal two months for LendingClub, but new CEO Scott Sanborn says debt investors are returning to the platform.
Apple could see its market share in Japan fall by around 20 percent over time with "trouble brewing" in its highest margin country, UBS said.
Britain's information technology sector spending is expected to take a hit following its surprise vote to exit the European Union.
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