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The historic Hearst cattle ranch has become a hybrid solar farm for Apple.
Google and Facebook on Monday unveiled significant investments in France in a vote of confidence for the country’ s thriving tech scene, the FT reports.
Coinbase hires Tina Bhatnagar, former VP of operations and user services at Twitter.
Forty-two people have the same amount of wealth as the bottom 3.7 billion people, Oxfam says.
A Facebook product manager expressed the company's regrets about the 2016 U.S. elections and said it was making up for lost time.
Atlantic Equities lowers its rating for Apple shares to neutral, predicting weaker sales for the company's March quarter.
Kelly said the payments processor is thinking ahead to an eventual move beyond physical payment methods and traditional points of sale.
After nearly a year's delay, Amazon Go is finally opening to the public on Monday morning.
WeChat is now home to 580,000 apps which can instantly load on its platform, allowing users to bypass app stores, the South China Morning Post reports.
Bitcoin and other major digital currencies dropped sharply Monday.
Upcoming SpaceX launches and tests will be delayed for as long as the government shutdown continues, the company announced Monday.
Toshiba is reportedly considering an IPO of its memory chip business if an agreed $18 billion sale fails to win antitrust approval by March.
Shares of Twitter slip after a report that COO Anthony Noto is in discussions to become CEO of Social Finance.
57 percent of the 1.4 million U.S. jobs at risk of being displaced by automation in the next eight years belong to women.
CNBC decided to see if we could cheat our way to a win playing HQ Trivia.
Wall Street Veteran Peter Boockvar predicts an epic crash will hit the cryptocurrency market.
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