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Digital disruption creates opportunities for media companies, Sir Martin Sorrell says.
MKM Partners research raises expectations for Alibaba, declaring that the e-commerce company has the "best fundamentals of the mega-caps."
Now its easier to make those Tasty recipe videos on your own.
Elon Musk reveals his SpaceX spacesuit.
24/7 digital sports broadcaster Stadium will produce the games specifically for the social network, Recode reported.
After reaching 1 in 2 high school students in the U.S., Quizlet is on a quest to reach the world's 1.5 billion students.
Code discovered in Google software suggests the company is ready to launch a pair of smart headphones that will compete with Apple AirPods.
A new product from Latch, dubbed the Latch C, will let iPhone owners unlock their apartments and office spaces with an iPhone.
Elon Musk's SpaceX spacesuit appears to be more of a flight suit than one designed for spacewalks.
Salesforce says its partnership with AWS is helping grow its international sales, which hasn't grown into a bigger part of the business yet.
Benchmark is still pushing Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman for the vacant Uber CEO spot vacated by Travis Kalanick, sources say.
The PGA Tour is hoping fashion writers, mommy bloggers and foodies will help draw more millennials and female fans to golf.
The strong dollar has been giving the market cover, for now, says Jack Bouroudjian.
Krishna Subramanian, Captiv8 CEO, discusses Snap's Facebook moment and why he's not betting on the stock.
Breakingviews says that Snap has a long road ahead if it wants its stock to rebound from 20 percent below its initial offering price.
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