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Andy Rubin thinks there's room for another smartphone player.
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.
Mandi Bishop was invited to the Apple, Aetna event. She shares her recollections with CNBC.
“When I first started [the blog], it was really just to have fun,” says Abraham Piper, the founder of viral publishing website 22 Words.
Stifel says Blue Apron's operational problems "may take several quarters" to fix.
Data which can track our psychological behavior is "something very powerful" and could help tackle unhealthy habits, according to the CEO of Earthmiles.
GitHub co-founder and CEO Chris Wanstrath is stepping down after leading the code repository software company for the past three years.
The plan still needs approval by the joint finance committee as well as the Senate before it can go to the governor.
The discord in Washington came amid a growing divide between the administration and Silicon Valley.
Two lawyers appointed at the SEC have ties to major companies like Goldman Sachs and Wells Fargo, that could complicate regulation.
A new setting, designed to automate emergency services calls, lets iPhone users tap the power button quickly five times to call 911.
Jim Cramer spoke with Aaron Levie, the CEO of Box, who criticized the president's comments on a fatal Virginia protest.
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