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Ride-hailing apps such as Uber and Lyft have been so disruptive to New York City's taxi industry, they are causing lenders to fail.
While many in business preach the words of writer Ayn Rand, devotees like Kalanick find themselves falling from glory, The New York Times reports.
Politics is a big topic at the annual Allen & Co. conference, with Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump attending the event for the first time.
Google recently released its new Backup and Sync tool that lets you back up everything on your computer. Here's how to use it.
Roofstock claims it can gauge the risk of becoming a landlord right down to the neighborhood level.
Grab's expansion would add another obstacle in the otherwise challenging market of Southeast Asia.
Adapt to the new digital world or lose, says Gary Vaynerchuk.
Rep. David Cicilline, the leading Democrat on the House’s antitrust committee, is asking for a hearing, Recode reports.
Capital investment and R&D have increased linearly over time regardless of tax policy, ex-Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer says.
"Are we in a market bubble or not? I don't know. I'm silent on it," the former Microsoft CEO tells CNBC.
George made the announcement on LinkedIn, which now lists him as "retired."
Twitter has been "on top of" product and monetization improvements, and the stock market is starting to take notice, the billionaire says.
The manufacturing arm of a British luxury smartphone maker is to be wound down after a failed buyout bid in the U.K. High Court, according to multiple media reports.
Shares of Wal-Mart have fallen more than 6 percent from one month ago, about when Amazon announced plans to acquire Whole Foods.
Visa is hoping to extend its “war on cash” agenda to businesses in the U.K. after announcing $10,000 incentives for U.S. businesses to go cashless.
Pop singer Beyonce posted the first photo of her twins on Instagram early Friday morning, getting 1.7 million "likes" in just one hour.
Shares of social media firm Snap were downgraded for a second time this week Friday, adding to an already dismal trading week for the stock.
Google's latest research project involves optimizations of panoramas contributed to Google Street View.
Crypto is a challenging asset for venture capitalists, leaving some to invest in funds and others to start their own.
Media execs like IAC's Barry Diller and former Disney CEO Michael Eisner think a new wave of media consolidation is likely.
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