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MKM Partners reiterates its buy rating for Alibaba and expects "strong results" when it reports earnings on Thursday.
Berkshire Hathaway Energy inked a deal with Uptake Technologies to use its analytics for its fleet of wind turbines to boost productivity.
Uber’s investigation into former Uber engineer Susan Fowler's claims of sexual harassment will conclude by the end of the month.
The face filters allow users to add graphics to a selfie.
Google’s AI subsidiary DeepMind has come under fire again for its partnership with the UK’s National Health Service (NHS).
Etsy's stock climbed Tuesday after two firms disclosed ownership stakes in the online crafts site.
Outsized gains in tech are making the market look better than the underlying trends reveal, technical analyst Todd Gordon tell CNBC.
Here is how CNBC chose the 2017 Disruptor 50 list of private companies that are revolutionizing their industries — and the world.
SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket did not pull off the signature re-landing because of the weight of the payload.
The group which signed an open letter said prosecuting Julian Assange is a "threat to all free journalism".
Uber is facing a federal investigation and has engineered a few big deceptions. Its CEO also said Uber's 'beaten' Lyft. Don't trust him.
A brief history of the CNBC Disruptor 50 list, with details on every start-up to make the list between 2013 and 2016.
Let us now praise a famous Master of the Internet, who has changed the way we live — and isn’t done yet.
At Geoff Woo's start-up Nootrobox, almost every employee tracks their blood sugar levels throughout the day.
CEO Bob Iger said the company is working with authorities but won't give into demands, according to a report in the Hollywood Reporter
There is a White House driven process that determines whether or not the intelligence community can exploit a cybersecurity flaw in a company's system.
Amazon has been putting together a team to build technology that could help you find clothes that fit just right.
CNBC reveals the methodology behind the 2017 Disruptor 50 list, identifying the start-ups thinking big about societal shifts.
The blockbuster listing of Ant Financial, the payments affiliate of Alibaba, has been put on ice, the FT reports.
Facebook faces immediate shutdown threat in Thailand over allegedly illicit posts, the Bangkok Post reported.
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