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Facebook Chief Information Security Officer Alex Stamos is reportedly leaving after disagreements over how the social media network should handle the spread of disinformation.
Carolyn Everson, Facebook's vice president of marketing, says that the company is "outraged and beyond disturbed" that the firm Cambridge Analytica misused the data of 50 million people.
The Fed is expected to upgrade its view of the economy when it meets this week, but it's unlikely to publicly discuss one of the bigger risks for the economy.
The Kingdom has taken a major step in its bid to welcome more women into the workforce by hosting its first-ever business forum for women.
Bad news for Facebook may have been a catalyst for Monday's market meltdown, but analysts say there are plenty of reasons for selling to continue.
A measure comparing riskier tech stocks to safer utilities is triggering memories of what happened just before the dot-com bubble wrecked the market 18 years ago.
Analyst who called the last pullback said it is a good buying opportunity now, and there are three sectors to consider: Financials, industrials and tech.
Possible tweaks include making individual tax cuts permanent or changing capital gains tax policy.
If Mark Zuckerberg wants help writing an apology, he could just turn to one of his board members, who has plenty of experience with it.
U.S. film and TV studio The Weinstein Company, whose ex-chairman Harvey Weinstein has been accused of sexual harassment and assault, said on Monday it filed for bankruptcy.
Chinese President Xi Jinping warned self-ruled Taiwan on Tuesday that it will face the "punishment of history" for any attempt at separatism.
Big brands have to reestablish trust with consumers on data safety, said futurist Chris Riddell.
Executives at Cambridge Analytica were caught on camera suggesting that the firm could use sex workers, bribes, ex-spies and fake news to help candidates win votes around the world.
U.S. and South Korea are resuming joint military exercises next month, which would involve about 23,700 U.S. troops and 300,000 South Korea forces.
At Amazon's annual MARS conference, Jeff Bezos gets friendly with another robot.
"I sat down at 21 and gave myself nine years."
The discussions between the Saudi crown prince and Trump are expected to play a "critical role" in the president's next steps regarding the 2015 nuclear agreement, a senior administration official said.
Uber is temporarily halting self-driving car tests in all locations after a deadly accident.
All eyes are on the Federal Reserve then over the next couple of days and the smart money appears to be set on the first of three or four rate hikes this year taking place on Wednesday.