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Russian tech giant Yandex is still planning an initial public offering for its ride-hailing business, and it's not been deterred by Lyft's struggling stock, according to a top exec.
Huawei has faced mounting political pressure as the U.S. asks other countries to block the Chinese firm from being involved in 5G networks.
"Great times" are ahead for consumers of television content at the moment, according to the chief executive of HBO Asia.
Facebook filed a lawsuit in a U.S. federal court against a New Zealand company and three people for allegedly selling fake likes, views and followers to Instagram users.
Shares of Japanese game maker Nintendo slipped about 1.3% on Friday after the company announced its earnings on Thursday.
Tesla chief Elon Musk and the SEC asked for a second delay and requested to provide the court another joint submission indicating whether they have reached an agreement over Musk's Twitter use on or before April 30.
Slack investors are getting up to $28 a share to sell some of their holdings ahead of a public offering.
The quarterly numbers come at a time when Amazon is experiencing slowing revenue growth but fatter profit margins.
Intel removed itself from the 5G race, so now it has to rely on legacy businesses.
Ford is currently testing autonomous vehicles in Miami and Washington, D.C.
Uber is different from its potential market-cap peers in a key way — it's not making money.
AWS continues to grow rapidly and drive profits for its parent company.
Since 2016, Facebook collected the address book data of 1.5 million users whom were asked to enter their email passwords when signing up for new accounts, according to a Business Insider report earlier this month.
Well-known venture capital investor Mary Meeker has raised $1.25 billion to invest with her new firm called Bond Capital.
The company must weigh a number of different variables before agreeing to a sale.
Facebook is going to take out $218 per share, CNBC's Jim Cramer says. The stock hit that all-time high last summer.