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Amazon's rally over the past year has lifted its stock market value passed Alphabet's.
All companies have to do more to protect the privacy of their data, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty says.
Nearly three years after launching what seemed destined to be a hostile takeover bid, Vivendi has decided to sell off its holdings in Ubisoft.
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To get into Sequoia's mammoth global growth fund, limited partners have to invest a minimum of $250 million.
Goldman Sachs analyst Heath Terry said the market's estimates for Amazon are too low.
CNBC's Joe Kernen says only time will tell how Facebook deals with its problems.
British lawmakers called on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Tuesday to give evidence related to the company's links to political analysis firm Cambridge Analytica.
A U.S. judge rejected BlackBerry's request to dismiss a lawsuit claiming it inflated its stock price and defrauded shareholders by painting a misleadingly positive picture of sales prospects for its BlackBerry 10 smartphones.
Most Android phones will have to wait until 2019 to duplicate the 3D sensing feature behind Apple's Face ID security.
If Mark Zuckerberg wants help writing an apology, he could just turn to one of his board members, who has plenty of experience with it.
Carolyn Everson, Facebook's vice president of marketing, says that the company is "outraged and beyond disturbed" that the firm Cambridge Analytica misused the data of 50 million people.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has done a "horrible, horrible" job handling the social media giant's latest crisis, technology investor Jason Calacanis says.
BlackBerry will partner with Microsoft to provide a secure environment for Microsoft Office apps.
Executives at Cambridge Analytica were caught on camera suggesting that the firm could use sex workers, bribes, ex-spies and fake news to help candidates win votes around the world.
Google's cloud business is increasingly engaging with top corporate executives under the leadership of CEO Diane Greene.
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