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Best Buy will stop selling Huawei's devices over the next few weeks, according to the person with knowledge of the matter.
At present, China lags the U.S. in every area of AI development except big data, according to an Oxford University report.
Kishore Biyani, founder and group CEO at Future Group, said that food and grocery businesses still find it difficult to make the shift to online.
Tencent President Martin Lau announced plans to "aggressively" spend on new investments, including in video and payments.
Consul General Zhang Qiyue said barriers will be removed or eased for foreign investors in China’s financial sector and that market entry standards will be unified for banks.
The data scientist at the center of Facebook's data controversy gave personality profiles to data analytics firm Cambridge Analytica — and he said Facebook knew.
Despite blowback from the Cambridge Analytica data scandal, Mark Zuckerberg said he hasn't seen a "meaningful number of people" deleting their accounts.
Mark Zuckerberg said he was "really sorry" for the company's "major breach of trust" during an interview on CNN.
Facebook said it will enact further restrictions to prevent the misuse of personal data.
U.K. Finance Minister Philip Hammond will speak about the government's fintech strategy at a conference organized by the Treasury on Tuesday.
Michael Coates, who joined the company in January 2015, is quitting to start his own company.
Tesla has locked in Elon Musk with a new, shareholder-approved pay package, but he doesn't have to stay in the CEO role.
Jim Cramer explains why a Facebook scandal shouldn't reflect poorly on its big-cap companions in the technology space.
The Cambridge Analytica scandal knocked billions off Facebook's market value, but much of Wall Street isn't worried.
His comments follow days of tech insiders, lawmakers and even Facebook employees calling for input from Facebook's highest executive.
"This is Facebook's responsibility," says Damian Collins, a member of Britain's Parliament.
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