Venture capitalist Bill Gurley had a spectacular and spectacularly dramatic year. » Read More
Without the Open Internet Order, telecommunications and cable companies don't have to view all internet activity as equal. » Read More
By: Eric Jackson
Rupert Murdoch is not retreating at all, writes investor and media watcher Eric Jackson. » Read More
Siemens' businesses will become akin to a "fleet of ships" in order to adapt to the digital age, its chief executive told CNBC on Friday.
Go-Jek said Friday it had bought offline payments service Kartuku, payment gateway Midtrans and saving and lending firm Mapan for undisclosed amounts.
Photoshop maker Adobe Systems reported a better-than-expected revenue and profit, driven by strength in its digital media business.
Rally Rd. CEO Christopher Bruno pitches his start-up to panel of experts on CNBC's "Power Pitch."
Bitcoin buyers have been issued a "serious warning" from one of Britain's leading financial regulators.
Alibaba has bought a 10 percent stake in electric car start-up Xiaopeng Motors.
A key early investor in ride-sharing app Uber has cut ties to his own investment firm.
Jim Cramer breaks down the mega merger of the day and what it means for your portfolio.
Jim Cramer sat down with AeroVironment President and CEO Wahid Nawabi to hear about his defense and commercial drone company's new products.
The leading U.S. platform for buying and selling major cryptocurrencies will likely go public in the future, its new president said.
Famed short seller Jim Chanos took another shot at Tesla on Thursday, saying the company is worth nothing.
Because Uber fired Otto's CEO before his shares vested, it paid far less to buy the self-driving truck start-up than previously reported.
Famed short-seller Jim Chanos is putting Netflix and other entertainment content providers in his crosshairs.
Electrified vehicles make up almost half of the cars on a WardsAuto list of the 10 best engines.
Netflix, Amazon and the Democratic Party are among those speaking out against the repeal of net neutrality regulations.
Analysts are overshooting their expectations for four major semiconductor stocks.
Get the best of CNBC in your inbox