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House Homeland Security Chairman Bennie Thompson wrote to the CEOs of Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Microsoft requesting a briefing.
It's a familiar tune for the Republican president, but it comes with some ironic context.
The State Department on Tuesday announced the U.S. signed an agreement that would allow American rocket companies to operate from Brazil.
California could reap a bonanza of "$1 billion or more" in new taxes from the upcoming stock offering of ride-hailing service Lyft, according to former California State Treasurer John Chiang.
It's not yet clear how well the safeguards will work.
The conference is designed to be a showcase for the latest and quirkiest technology in the fields of machine learning, robotics and space.
KeyBanc Capital Markets analysts wrote in a note Tuesday that GrubHub is failing to retain customers as its rivals continue to grow.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has backed U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan "into a corner," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Amazon's hunt for another business to drive its growth even higher may have its answer in Amazon Business, a note from Bank of America on Tuesday said.
The requests have come to light in newly released warrant documents in the federal investigation of President Trump's former personal lawyer.
There's new and staggering data that support the fact that retailers should increasingly be scared of Amazon dominating e-commerce.
Netflix CEO Hastings argued that his company is more of a media company than a tech company because it spends most of its money on content.
SpaceX founder Elon Musk says the first short test flights of the company's massive rocket Starship are "hopefully" this week.
It is unclear how much of the drop in popularity can be attributed to the representative's opposition to Amazon's plans to build an office in New York.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the National Enquirer's publisher paid $200,000 to obtain intimate texts between Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and his mistress Lauren Sanchez.
Lyft, Slack, Pinterest and Postmates have already filed. Uber and Airbnb are expected to join before the end of the year. But even with the big names and big valuation initial public offerings in 2019, there is evidence the traditional IPO is dying.