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Tim Seymour, advisory board member to Cyberhedge, and Ryan Dodd, co-founder and CEO of Cyberhedge, describe the coming fault line about to split up the technology sector.
More areas have also been added to its pick-up service.
The combined $9.5 million in fines are not significant to large tech firms like Uber and Grab, Corrine Png, CEO of transport research consultancy Crucial Perspective, told CNBC.
Jim Cramer explains why investors shouldn't let caution trick you into missing straightforward moves.
Digital currency exchange Coinbase announced on Tuesday several key changes in its listing policy that will significantly increase its asset offerings.
Jim Cramer gets the latest on cybersecurity from FireEye CEO Kevin Mandia, whose company was hired by Google to defend against state-sponsored cyberattacks.
Jim Cramer hears from Salesforce.com co-founder, Chairman and co-CEO Marc Benioff, who explains why he and his wife purchased Time Magazine.
Jeffrey Sonnenfeld says there seems to be a culture shift at Facebook, "where the sense of courage and creativity seems to be displaced with something that has a lot more to do with ambition and arrogance."
Jim Cramer breaks down the weakness in the semiconductor stock cohort.
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff connects the company's performance with the condition of the broader economy.
Shares of ADP shed 1 percent in midday trading but erased nearly all of those loses by market close. Paychex shed 1 percent during the session.
Salesforce's co-CEO said that employees, customers and partners need to be able to trust technology companies.
In comments before news of his departure, Instagram's Kevin Systrom said he has no regrets about selling to Facebook and seldom clashed with the leadership.
Instagram co-founders Systrom and Mike Krieger announced Monday they plan to leave Facebook, which bought the photo sharing app in 2012 for $1 billion.
The world's biggest airline will soon start showing nature videos and offering passengers access to material through the Calm meditation app aboard most flights to help relax travelers — even as they jostle for overhead bin space and the arm rest.
The simultaneous exits of Instagram's founders could signal trouble at the company and lead to a tumultuous transition period — either of which could be good for Snap.