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Apple's boldest move on Monday wasn't any of the products it showed off – it was its pricing.
Adobe Systems reported a 24.7 percent rise in revenue, helped by strong demand for its cloud-based design and digital marketing tools.
Music streaming service Spotify and the National Music Publishers Association (NMPA) in the U.S. have reached a "landmark agreement" over unpaid publishing and songwriting royalties.
Black women may be leading the overall charge among new small-business owners, but a study says they lack funding, Vox reports.
The crowd is thinning in the sardined space of food delivery start-ups — and more are likely to shutter, industry watchers say.
Ahead of Apple's anticipated product event Monday, CNBC Pro searched for the tech giant's stock performance after similar occasions.
Venture investors are paying up to 40 percent less for software start-ups than they were a year ago, according to this VC.
Morgan Stanley's Katy Huberty, who has one of the best track records on Wall Street, on Tuesday recommended Apple on better-than-expected iPhone demand.
Lyft will subsidize car rentals fees in some cities for drivers who do over 65 rides a week.
While Square and Box were big reasons the IPO market shut down, they're delivering results that may reignite excitement among tech investors.
John Pitzer of Credit Suisse, who has one of the best track records on Wall Street, recommended Intel on Thursday.
Thomas Boone Pickens III, son of the legendary oilman, had a big day after his tech company disclosed a government contract.
Twitter has been sweetening employee compensation packages to retain talent as the company's user growth stalls and it stock price slides, the Journal reported.
Shares of Box were up more than 12 percent in extended trading after the cloud storage provider beat earnings estimates.
Square shares popped after the company posted a quarterly loss but said revenue rose 49 percent from the previous year.
Google has hired the founder of controversial social media website, 4chan to help rejuvenate its social network Google+.
Facebook is trimming its U.K. tax bill by giving out bonuses to its U.K.-based over the next 3 years, NBC News reports.
Economic crime is on the rise, with cybercrime affecting almost a third of global businesses, according to the latest survey by PwC.
HP reported quarterly earnings that met analysts' expectations, but revenues in its key segments fell more than Wall Street had estimated.
Atlas is a game changer not just for companies, but for society, Inside.com's Jason Calacanis says of Google's new robot.