Tesla has long promised drivers a $35,000 Model 3 electric sedan. Now, CEO Elon Musk says that this standard Model 3 won't be available until 3-6 months after Tesla can make 5,000 higher-end Model 3s per week. » Read More
By: Matt Rosoff
Google perfected the business model of making money off its users' data. But as that model comes under fire, Alphabet CEO Larry Page has been completely silent and absent from sight. » Read More
By: Sara Salinas
Google itself is afraid of competition — from giants like Amazon or from smaller start-ups, James Pethokoukis of the American Enterprise Institute said. » Read More
Zuckerberg will meet with European officials following reports that a firm was able to access user data from Facebook.
Sony has reached an agreement with a consortium of Abu Dhabi's Mubadala Investment to acquire all its interest in EMI Music Publishing, for $1.9 billion.
Jim Cramer explains how U.S. companies may soon sell products directly in China, and it could be huge.
Jim Cramer sits down with Take-Two Interactive Software Chairman and CEO Strauss Zelnick for an update on the video game space.
Micron also announced plans to buy back $10 billion of its shares
Adobe said on Monday that it's buying Magento Commerce for $1.68 billion, leading to a slump in Shopify shares.
I asked Siri to tell me about Apple's developer conference WWDC and she told me she's getting an upgrade.
Netflix has struck a high-profile, multi-year deal with the Obamas, valued at $143 billion.
Epic Games announces it will provide $100 million to fund prize pools for "Fortnite" tournaments during the first year of competition.
Carl Icahn reveals the size of his position in VMware on CNBC's "Halftime Report" Monday.
A commentary in The Guardian suggests Silicon Valley hasn't delivered anything useful recently, but CNBC's Todd Haselton disagrees.
Mnuchin acknowledged that antitrust matters don't fall under his jurisdiction, but said someone ought to be looking.
Analyst Itay Michaeli believes the automaker's shares could nearly double to $70 over the next 12 months
Banks are increasingly hiring former government cyberspies, soldiers and counterintelligence officials to help fight cybercrime, the New York Times reports.
The Trump administration may be considering easing penalties on Chinese phone maker ZTE amid broader trade negotiations, but White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow insists the company won't go unpunished.
Consumer Reports said stopping distance and other flaws outweighed the Tesla Model 3 positive qualities.
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