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Urban migration is at its highest level and city buildings are under pressure to operate more efficiently.
An autonomous driving electric vehicle may one day start to look a bit like The Jetsons' flying car.
Google parent company Alphabet reports its first quarter earnings on Monday.
Palihapitiya has been outspoken on new technologies and investment opportunities such as artificial intelligence and blockchain.
The search engine giant certainly appears to be spending money to make money.
Bill Gurley shares his market views at The Sohn Investment Conference in New York on Monday.
Chamath Palihapitiya, founder and CEO of Social Capital, shares his market views at The Sohn Investment Conference in New York Monday.
Gurley has seen several of his own investments hit the public markets in recent months.
The Wall Street giant enlisted Justin Schmidt, a former trader, to be the first head of digital asset markets in Goldman's securities division.
"Our investigation aims to ensure that music fans will continue to enjoy attractive music streaming offers," Commissioner Margrethe Vestager said.
Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, and one of the nation's most eligible relocation seekers, visited Dallas Friday evening to shed light on his business success, but not where he plans to build his coveted second headquarters.
Zelle, the banks' answer to Venmo, is flourishing. But so are fraudsters, who are exploiting weaknesses in the banks' security, the New York Times reports.
Early internet investor Tim Draper says bitcoin will be bigger than his early investments in Tesla, Hotmail and Skype combined.
Despite being targets of constant criticism by the president, the New York Times, Washington Post and other outlets are sustaining higher readership number ever since the election.
Ted Sarandos, chief content officer, made $22.4 million, up from $18.9 million the prior year.
The Amazon founder and CEO left his job at a New York-based hedge fund in 1994 and set out to sell books online, driven off Wall Street in part by competition from Madoff.
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