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Argo won the lottery, essentially. What remains to be seen is if Ford made a wise roll of the dice, The Verge reports.
Amazon shares dropped initially after Trump blasts the e-commerce giant again on Twitter.
"If you are patient and not excessive, you will find the money you need."
Maersk says it has put in place new protective measures after the NotPetya cyberattack, which could end up hurting revenue by as much as $300 million.
The Nokia 8 is priced at 599 euro ($702) and is going on sale in early September.
San Francisco district judge William Alsup he'll likely tell the jury that Uber lawyers "misled the court" and repeatedly withheld key documents.
The vehicle, which is 90 percent recycled parts, already has driven further on a single charge than the current record holder Tesla's Model S P100D.
Amazon's CEO sticks to a strict, crust-based rule for maximizing his time.
A Kansas-based startup founded by a technologist and doctor is aiming to reduce health-care costs, N.Y. Times reports.
Industrial robots are most common in the home state of auto manufacturers including General Motors, Fortune Reports.
Google is rolling out a new feature on Google Home that lets users call phone numbers.
After several resignations following Trump's waffling responses on violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, here are where things stand.
The co-founder of Blockchain, a bitcoin wallet start-up with investors like Richard Branson and Google, sees a completely connected world.
Anthony Bruce of Applied Predictive Technologies reveals how he helped Wawa and McDonald's optimize their menus.
First Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg supported the idea, now the iconic entrepreneur shares his thoughts.
Across the continent from Washington, Silicon Valley sees the American health care system as the next great market for reform. NYT explains.
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