Tesla braces investors for another quarter in the red » Read More
By: Ari Levy
Microsoft kicked off tech earnings season and the stock jumped after revenue topped estimates. » Read More
Executives braced investors for another loss in the second quarter before returning to profitability in the second half of the year. » Read More
Facebook said it took a one-time charge of $3 billion due to an ongoing Federal Trade Commission inquiry. » Read More
PayPal's venture capital arm is investing $11 million in Happy Returns, marking the largest funding round to date and bringing the total to $25 million.
Wirecard's report comes on the heels of an announcement that SoftBank will invest $1 billion in the company.
If Jack Dorsey could go back and build Twitter again, there are certain things he would do differently, the CEO told Ted 2019.
When asked during a Wednesday earnings call if Tesla is considering launching an insurance program, Musk says the company is working on one.
The Federal Trade Commission launched a probe into the company following the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Popular payment app Venmo has ushered in 40 million users to its platform, its parent company PayPal announced on Wednesday.
Snap fell Wednesday after beating analyst estimates for its first quarter of 2019 as analysts anticipate a longer path to profitability.
Zuora CEO Tien Tzuo breaks down for Jim Cramer why more companies are picking up on the subscription economy to better serve their customers.
San Francisco District 4 Supervisor Gordon Mar plans to propose a 1.12% payroll tax on stock-based compensation for the November ballot.
Activist investor Elliott revealed a $1.3 billion stake in SAP on Wednesday and said it supported a new management efficiency drive, sending shares in the German business software company to a record high.
New AirPods could give a significant sales and average sales price boost to Apple's most successful new product in years.
Pew estimated that 80% of all tweets from U.S. adult users come from just the top 10% of Twitter users, who are mostly women.
AT&T posted a surprise gain in first quarter net wireless subscribers who pay a monthly bill.
Steven Spielberg felt his feelings toward streaming services were misrepresented, The New York Times reported based on sources close to him.
On Wednesday, Zipline International — the autonomous medical-delivery service that launched in Rwanda just three years ago — announced it has officially expanded its operations to Ghana. Its reach will now serve nearly 22 million people.
Venmo has changed the way people reimburse each other. But have you ever wondered whether and how the app makes money?