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"It's a very fine line between making sure we're not being a censor and making sure we're acting in a responsible manner," GoDaddy CEO Blake Irving says.
Now the self-made mogul makes a habit of embarrassing herself for practice.
Elon Musk is Tesla's key asset. He needs a succession and business continuity plan to ensure the company stays on a growth trajectory.
The Facebook CEO could match Hillary Clinton's campaign costs with only one percent of his net worth.
Facebook launched new features for the Facebook camera on Tuesday that allow you to create GIFs, add effects to live broadcasts and more.
Leaders from the biggest companies in the U.S. are still betting on a sharp economic pickup that has yet to take place.
Scientists are using the eclipse to test a new way to learn about the sun that could protect against solar flares.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch believes AMD's new Ryzen chips have sales "momentum," according to the firm's checks.
Uber is entertaining investment offers from investors, The New York Times reported over the weekend.
As Trump renegotiates NAFTA, American factories are still expanding overseas, N.Y. Times reports.
China's patent activity is harmful to the United States and its allies, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross writes in the Financial Times.
Trump's economy is caught in the crossfire, and growing slower because of it, says Vox's Matt Yglesias.
The Apple Watch will not require tethering to an iPhone for key functions like calls, messaging, and streaming music.
Amazon.com announced Tuesday a private debt offering to fund its acquisition of Whole Foods Market.
Digital currencies are here to stay, say some investors.
The top-performing technology hedge funds are betting on China, social media and gaming, according to analysis from Symmetric.
Chief content officer Ted Sarandos talked to Variety about the company's strategy to own even more original TV and movies.
"Society and companies work better with a set of morals on the ground."
President Donald Trump retweeted — then undid — a message calling him a "fascist."
Bitcoin's market capitalization reached as high as $73.5 billion, within touching distance of major stocks like Netflix.