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A new version of Microsoft 365 intended for front-line workers includes StaffHub, an app employees can use to check their shifts.
Founder and CEO of Breyer Capital, Jim Breyer, says artificial intelligence-powered companies will create entrepreneur starlets.
Goldman Sachs is betting on stocks with high revenue growth to perform well.
The NBA owner said leagues haven't advertised that television is a better viewing experience than streaming.
IamtheCODE’s vision is to reach 1 million girls in Africa, the Middle East and South America by 2030, contributing to the UN Goal on Quality Education.
21st Century Fox is adding a bunch of additional inventory to its FX+ service. That's definitely a negative for Netflix, Recode reports.
The announcement from Facebook-owned Instagram further solidifies Facebook as one of the most dominant companies in online advertising.
Efforts to stop the spread of fake news on Facebook continued at the highest levels after Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election.
Deutsche Bank raised its rating for General Motors to buy from hold, saying the company will launch an autonomous driving vehicle sooner than its peers.
Microsoft is introducing some Azure cloud services in its ongoing pursuit of sector leader Amazon Web Services.
Deloitte believes hackers gained access through the firm's email server.
With a loose set of requirements for the location of its second headquarters, Amazon has set officials on a journey to sell their towns, the NYT reports.
Blue Apron leads the meal kit delivery service sector, which the rating firm estimates will grow to $10 billion in the next 3 years.
After its worst week in more than a year, Apple could be primed for a big comeback.
Uber Chief Executive Dara Khosrowshahi admitted the firm “got things wrong” Monday in a plea to London after the ride-hailing app was stripped of its license to operate in Britain's capital city.
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