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European stocks closed lower Wednesday, as rising yields in the bond markets offset excitement surrounding corporate earnings.
Amazon is launching a new Amazon Echo for kids that delivers kid-friendly audiobooks and answers from its Alexa voice assistant. It also gives parents more control over what their kids can use the Echo for.
Tim Cook and Donald Trump's meeting is scheduled for 1.45 p.m. Washington time, but no agenda has been released.
Applications of the technology include catching illegal fishing, tracking hurricanes and typhoons, detecting forest fires and monitoring volcanoes as soon as they begin.
Uber will no longer take minority stakes in rival ride-hailing companies globally, COO Barney Harford told CNBC.
CEO Jim Hackett has yet to specify how he'll cut costs, what his overall turnaround plan entails, and what financial targets Ford hopes to hit.
Once the space matures, Nasdaq would consider becoming a digital currency exchange, according to the company's CEO.
UBS raises its rating to buy from neutral on Verizon Communications shares, citing its low valuation versus the market.
The NYSE won the two most recent high-profile tech listings, though Nasdaq had Dropbox. The two will now fight it out if Airbnb and Uber decide to go public, the Financial Times reports.
Blockchain systems are poised to redefine the meaning of work, career and employment, where the biggest decisions would be made collectively by an organization's members rather than the C-suite.
The company posted its second profitable quarter in a row.
The jobs are proliferating in a society that largely adheres to gender stereotypes and believes that male programmers are nerds who have no social lives, NYT reports.
Stifel raises its rating for Alphabet shares to buy from hold, citing its new growth opportunities including cloud computing.
AI in the future could encourage human actors to make catastrophic decisions, researchers at the nonprofit Rand Corporation said.
Amazon has confirmed an upcoming hardware product called Fire TV Cube that has been rumored since last year.
Comcast is shifting focus to its high-speed internet and filmmaking businesses as cord-cutting weighs on its legacy cable division.
The country’s supreme leader is a supporter of the new service.
Facebook is making Kevin Martin, a former chair of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), its interim head of U.S. policy.
If Tesla moves its production facilities to China, it could help the entire electric vehicle (EV) market there grow bigger, according to the founder of a Chinese EV startup.
Police in the north China city of Tianjin confiscated 600 computers used to mine bitcoin cryptocurrency after the local power grid operator reported abnormal electricity usage, Xinhua reported Wednesday.