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Uber is trying to complete a deal in which SoftBank would invest as much as $10 billion (£7.52 billion) for a stake of at least 14 percent in the firm.
Uber could face punishments in several key markets which could include fines.
Asian markets were subdued on Thursdsay, taking the lead from a quiet overnight session on Wall Street.
The Mate 10 Pro could be a game changer for Huawei as it looks to break Samsung and Apple's hold in the smartphone market.
Jim Cramer shares how he uses charts to pinpoint the best time to buy or sell.
Mark Cuban tweeted that the existing rules give the president the keys to the entire internet.
The last time Facebook director Peter Thiel sold a huge stake he left billions on the table.
Despite recent disappointments over a possible Sprint deal, investors should favor T-Mobile and expect a buyback, according to JPMorgan.
Microsoft is discounting laptops, gaming consoles and more for Black Friday. Here's a peek at the deals.
Amazon offers several different models of the Amazon Echo. Here's our guide on how to decide which one is best for you.
Google said it chose to end the practice right after the Quartz report was brought to its attention, USA TODAY reports.
Apple's new iPhone SE 2 will cost about $450 and will be aimed at sales in emerging markets, according to the report.
If you're looking to save on Apple products this Black Friday, consider shopping outside of Apple's stores.
Samsung's AI research center will be established between the mobile and consumer electronics business.
The U.K.'s data watchdog said Uber's actions related to the breach raise "huge concerns around its data protection policies and ethics."
The government hasn't successfully challenged a vertical merger in decades, and this time there could be political motivations.
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