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It would be one of the most closely-watched IPOs of 2018, Recode reports.
"We will only process fiat currency-based transactions," said Visa CEO Alfred Kelly.
Chinese bidders are circling a diabetes care business owned by the world’s largest healthcare company, Johnson & Johnson.
Amazon's takeover of Whole Foods has pushed companies like Kroger and Walmart to accelerate innovations around grocery shopping.
Apple has a moral responsibility to — and a business interest in — the well-being of its customers, Farhad Manjoo writes for the NYT.
Facebook, Google and Twitter say they're creating more anti-terror propaganda to combat violent messages at their source.
The firm has 8 companies in its portfolio so far.
The explosion was big enough to register as a light earthquake, said the United States Geological Survey.
The bitcoin-mania stocks that rode the cryptocurrency's stunning rise higher are now plunging as the digital currency falters.
Whether it's self-driving cars or diagnosing diseases faster than ever before, digital disruption is enabling an intelligent society.
"It's super important for people in various economies to be able to transact in local currencies" as well, says the SparkChain co-founder.
The “Shark Tank” star and tech entrepreneur says his basketball team will begin to take the cryptocurrency.
During a post-earnings call, Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan says it has a limited relationship with cryptocurrencies.
Bitcoin fell below $10,000 for the first time since November, as a sell-off in cryptocurrencies continued for a second day Wednesday.
Zuckerberg said Congress being able to solve DACA issues is "a basic question of whether our government works."
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