NEW YORK, Oct 19- Verizon Communications Inc's quarterly profit met Wall Street analyst estimates as the No. 1 U.S. wireless carrier added subscribers. Net income attributable to Verizon was $3.62 billion, or 89 cents per share, in the third quarter ended Sept. 30, flat from the year earlier period. According to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S, analysts had expected...
Verizon reported quarterly earnings that met analysts' expectations on Thursday, and revenue that topped estimates.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a sharply lower open Thursday, as investors braced for a pullback from record levels.
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Adobe shares rose after the company provided a forecast that topped analysts' estimates.
Tech companies are spending more on lobbyists to make their case about NAFTA, as negotiations heat up about the future of the trade deal.
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Blockchain Capital, a San Francisco-based venture firm that invests in crypto projects, filed to raise two separate $75 million funds.
Magic Leap confirmed on Tuesday that it has received an additional $502 million in funding.
Alphabet unit Sidewalk Labs says it will build model urban district in Toronto.
Facebook's Regina Dugan is leaving as head of its Building 8 research unit 18 months after defecting from Google.
The move to voice-powered assistants and Amazon's early success with Alexa has Google's internet dominance in jeopardy.
Microsoft is rolling out its big new Windows 10 update right now.
Google announced the Pixel Visual Core on Tuesday, its first smartphone chip that's making its debut in Google's new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones.
The new feature was apparently in the testing phase and drew criticism online for "shaming" users.
Snap just made a major move to compete with Netflix and Amazon.
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