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There's a lot of competition for people who don't already use meal kits, says Ken Cassar of Slice Intelligence.
Tech investor Peter Thiel received New Zealand citizenship because of "exceptional circumstances" in the public interest, documents show.
The Alibaba founder says there's a potential upside to the coming robot revolution.
Skyworks Solutions shares have outperformed Apple stock after the iPhone launched in June 2007.
Blue Apron founder and CEO Matt Salzberg saw his company going public from its inception, he said in an interview with CNBC.
A Silicon Valley start-up founded by Chemists is taking on the smartwatch market with a device that never has to be charged.
In honor of the iPhone's 10th anniversary, here's the story of how Siri came to be.
Trump's election drew attention to the Midwest, which felt economically beaten-down as growing tech industry flocked to coasts, USA Today reports.
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Tencent, the maker of WeChat, was interested in buying WhatsApp in early 2014, a Bloomberg Businessweek report says.
Blue Apron is set to go public on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "APRN" amid an increasingly competitive meal-kit space
Loup Ventures' Gene Munster says Apple Glasses are expected to debut by 2020 but may eat into Apple's iPhone sales.
"There's a lot of competition. With all these companies, there is tremendous competition," IPO analyst Kathleen Smith says.
The rise of robots has long been a topic for sci-fi best sellers and video games and now a threat officially taken seriously by central bankers.
This will be the third time that Amazon will host the online sales event, which provides a jolt to sales during a typically slow time of the year.
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As we race toward the fourth industrial revolution there will inevitably be tensions between public, private and individual interests, say "Summer Davos" execs.
Hu Weiwei, founder and president of Mobike, said the company has plans to move into the U.S. market.
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