Top White House officials, including Jared Kushner, have given Thiel the cold shoulder, sources tell CNBC.
Bezos takes the top spot among CEOs and places fifth overall in the Forbes "World's Most Powerful" rankings.
Andrew Jassy, the CEO of Amazon Web Services (AWS), spoke to CNBC's "Squawk Alley" on Wednesday.
Microsoft showed many uses of Cortana at its annual developer conference on Monday, but it has no business-specific version.
CNBC's Jon Fortt sat down with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella in advance of the company's annual Build conference.
Microsoft counts China as its second-largest revenue stream, behind only the U.S., according to FactSet estimates.
Google and Amazon, Nadella said, use revenue from advertising and retail to support their cloud businesses and other ventures — which might run counter to the interests of their business customers.
Disney has the opportunity to quickly reshape its perception on Wall Street — and see its stock soar in the next few years.
Jay Vleeschhouwer, Griffin Securities senior software analyst, breaks down Microsoft's quarterly results and his outlook on growth.
Tim Cook and Donald Trump's meeting is scheduled for 1.45 p.m. Washington time, but no agenda has been released.
Jim Cramer examines four massive tech giants to see which one is most likely to win the race to a $1 trillion in market cap.
Google said that it would increase security at YouTube offices globally following the shooting at the video platform's headquarters.
Twitter's Jack Dorsey and Uber's Dara Khosrowshahi have called for stricter gun control.
Microsoft is establishing two main engineering teams focused on experiences and devices, and cloud and AI platforms.
Microsoft is unveiling a new gaming cloud division, The Verge reports.
“Have fun out there among the stars," wrote Barack Obama.
Ever wanted to get inside the heads of the world's top leaders? A test used by NASA has attempted to do just that.
Nadella has refocused the company on high-growth businesses like the Surface computer and Azure cloud, and has made splashy acquisitions.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew takes a look at Microsoft's quarterly results which beat forecasts and posted better-than-expected revenue, helped by a $5.3 billion boost in cloud computing.
"But I'm actually not a trader. In the long run, I believe in index funds" and Microsoft stock, Ballmer says.