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The company will likely go public sometime in March, after a typical road show schedule that lasts nine weeks, Recode reports.
CFO Ruth Porat blamed cost increases on its newly revamped hardware business, its ambitious cloud push, and content acquisition for YouTube.
"Companies have a responsibility to work with any administration, including this one," said Eric Hippeau, managing partner at Lerer Hippeau Ventures.
Instinent says Qualcomm needs approval for its NXP Semiconductors merger from U.S., China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and the EU.
Microsoft will cut about 700 positions across the company as part of its previously announced plan to slash 2,850 jobs by June.
IBM CFO Martin Schroeter insists AI is "solving real business problems," but Wall Street is still waiting for the cash to roll in.
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett had a very short window on Thursday where a big bet paid off, aside from an already hefty pile of dividends.
Fears that artificial intelligence will steal jobs are largely unfounded, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty says.
New developments in technology always cut jobs, but they should also add more as they evolve, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff tells CNBC.
Vivek Wadhwa of Carnegie Mellon said president-elect Donald Trump's visa policy may actually be right for Silicon Valley.
Berkshire Hathaway bought into IBM in 2011 and owns almost an 8.6% stake now. The investment has been underwater, but is getting close to break-even.
Goldman reduces its Skyworks fiscal year 2017 earnings-per-share estimate to $5.81 from $5.90.
In an op-ed for CNBC, T-Mobile CEO John Legere explains why he's ticked off about what's going on in the mobile industry.
Police departments are testing new camera technology to record confrontations with suspects — gun-mounted cameras.
While Android continues to grow its share of the global smartphone market, it is actually losing share in the U.S. Recode Reports.
Snapchat may be promising, but issues around return on investment, measurement and ability to expand its user base may cloud its future.
Trading of shares of Workday's stock were halted earlier on the New York Stock Exchange, pending release of material news.
Musk told a German newspaper in 2015 that Tesla "always jokingly call Apple the 'Tesla graveyard.'"
Deutsche Banks lowers its 2017 AT&T earnings-per-share estimate to $2.94 from $2.97.
Verizon agreed to buy Yahoo's core internet business for $4.8 billion in July.