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Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin tweeted a photo with Apple CEO Tim Cook on Friday.
The company said the decision was made after Jacobs informed the board that he is exploring the possibility of taking the $88 billion company private.
Groupe BPCE has chosen Huawei as one of its technology partners as a part of its infrastructure development.
"Fortnite" is about to face a new challenge: The fickle world of mobile gaming.
Facebook suspends political data analytics firm that targeted ads to voters during Trump's presidential campaign in 2016
Zuora released its IPO prospectus on Friday, revealing plans to trade on the public market.
Amazon's experimental lab, known internally as 1492 or Grand Challenge, has hired Taha Kass-Hout, former FDA Chief Health Informatics Officer.
A team at the University of Tokyo is developing a backpack that lets users jump higher and longer than normal.
Zscaler CEO and co-founder Jay Chaudhry sees shares of his firm's IPO open 72 percent higher.
Jim Cramer isn’t chill about the haters of Netflix, and uncovers why Wall Street skeptics missed the massive move on the stock.
Jim Cramer bucks the Netflix naysayers who think the streaming giant's spending on content is a reason to sell.
The stock gained less than half a percent over the five days of trading, bolstered by weekend M&A rumors.
An unnamed employee said he was called into a meeting last year under the guise of a promotion and found himself in front of Facebook's investigative team armed with proof he'd been leaking to the press.
Netflix stock is set for even more gains with budding interest in Asia, RBC's Mark Mahaney wrote Thursday.
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