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The data scientist at the center of Facebook's data controversy gave personality profiles to data analytics firm Cambridge Analytica — and he said Facebook knew.
Michael Coates, who joined the company in January 2015, is quitting to start his own company.
The Cambridge Analytica scandal knocked billions off Facebook's market value, but much of Wall Street isn't worried.
Dropbox's free cash flow may not be as good as it looks.
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has found his new job, Recode reports.
Salesforce will pay $44.89 per share for MuleSoft, a 36 percent premium.
Facebook is handling the Cambridge Analytica public relations disaster all wrong, but users likely won't turn their backs on the platform, New York University professor of marketing Scott Galloway said.
A deal could be announced as soon as this week, sources said, cautioning that negotiations had not been finalized and that an agreement was not certain.
Facebook Chief Information Security Officer Alex Stamos is reportedly leaving after disagreements over how the social media network should handle the spread of disinformation.
BlackBerry will partner with Microsoft to provide a secure environment for Microsoft Office apps.
Gaming is going mainstream, according to professional gamer Tyler "Ninja" Blevins. And Amazon stands profit from it.
U.K.-based Micro Focus said it now expects revenue to fall between 6 and 9 percent for the twelve months ending October 31, 2018.
Zuora released its IPO prospectus on Friday, revealing plans to trade on the public market.
Snap requires 'a stomach for volatility' but could be a good investment, says RBC's Mahaney.
Wikipedia appears to have been left in the dark about YouTube's plans to use it to fight fake news, The Verge reports.
Microsoft is looking to boost its cloud computing presence in the Middle East as its steps up its challenge to Amazon.
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