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CNBC reviews Andy Rubin's new Essential smartphone.
The charitable foundation funded by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, is growing like crazy.
Goldman's "Hedge Fund VIP" list is up 19 percent this year through Aug. 14 versus the S&P 500's 12 percent return.
We already know at least one cool feature it will have.
“Conservatives have to stay in the closet and have to mask who they really are,” James Damore tells Business Insider.
Bitcoin has had a stellar year and one of Wall Street's top strategists thinks it can rise 40 percent more by next year.
Essential and Playground founder Andy Rubin says artificial intelligence is the next big operating system.
Airbnb's disaster response program has been activated for victims of the Barcelona attack.
Benchmark investor Bill Gurley was worried he did not get the full results of an internal Uber study, The New York Times reports.
"I made the determination on Wednesday morning that life was too short to deal with jerks like this," Cloudflare CEO Matthew Prince says.
Alibaba's cloud division grew 96 percent and continued growth could be the catalyst for a "re-rating" of the stock.
Falling earnings growth and rising valuations have portfolio manager Erin Gibbs worried about the hot area of the market.
Uber ex-CEO Travis Kalanick called a lawsuit filed against him by a top investor in the firm a "public and personal attack" without merit.
It makes sense for Apple to be doubling down on this type of technology for a few reasons.
In a rating of hedge funds' top 10 holdings, 16 funds held Alphabet in the most recent quarter.
Vishal Sikka resigned suddenly on Friday, blaming a "continuous drumbeat of distractions" and a long-running row with founders over the tech firm's strategy.
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