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Some publishing executives criticized Facebook for being overly accommodating to conservative outlets, days before social-media executives are to appear on Capitol Hill.
Tech giants like Amazon, Apple and Google are delivering above-average growth, but the cost of staying competitive is rising more.
Walmart agreed to use Microsoft’s cloud technology to power functions, including algorithms for purchasing and sales-data sharing with vendors, the two companies said.
Shares of companies developing therapies using the gene-editing technology Crispr declined Monday following the publication of research suggesting Crispr could cause far more extensive DNA damage than previously thought.
Netflix registered more than a million fewer subscribers than it expected in the second quarter, a sign that the streaming-video site’s strong momentum may be slowing. Shares fell 14% in after-hours trading.
Amazon’s website and mobile application were plagued by outages as the online retail giant kicked off its annual sales event, Prime Day.
Uber is the subject of an investigation by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission stemming from a complaint about gender inequity, part of a series of federal probes of the ride hailing giant.
Musk for years has used Twitter to combat critics in ways that few other business leaders would dare. His latest outburst on the platform—in which he suggested a British cave rescuer is a pedophile—was extreme even by his standards.
Publishers are striking book deals with podcast creators, hoping to capitalize on the medium’s eclectic voices and passionate fans.
German drugmaker Merck and a top European meat processor are backing a startup producing beef from cattle cells, ramping up a race to transform the global meat industry with cell-culture technology.
Investment firm KKR has agreed to acquire RBmedia, a major producer of digital audiobooks and spoken content, from investment firm Shamrock Capital.
From promoting space tourism to proposing new launch sites to setting up assembly lines to churn out small satellites, company and government space officials from the U.S. and Europe are pursuing intercontinental collaboration.
Miners have long invested in technology to protect profits, but a new force for change has recently emerged: Companies like Apple see a marketing advantage in ensuring their products are greener than before.
China’s two main stock exchanges said investors on the mainland won’t be able to use a trading link with Hong Kong to buy into companies with super-voting shares, a setback for recently listed smartphone-maker Xiaomi.
For oil companies, gasoline and diesel are among their most valuable products. For utilities, electric vehicles represent a way to jolt demand for power.
Since 2011, there have been 56 cyberattacks aimed at cryptocurrency exchanges, initial coin offerings and other digital-currency platforms world-wide, bringing the total of hacking-related losses to more than $1.6 billion.
Handwriting deserves a place in our screen- and keyboard-driven lives: Here’s how to fit good old-fashioned pen and paper into our digital world.
Seeking approval to share a cellphone’s current location often falls to one of several dozen third-party companies like Securus and 3Cinteractive.
Netflix has had an astonishing year. Its shares surpassed $400, up 110% since January, and it was nominated for 112 Emmy Awards, more than any other television network, including HBO, which had held that distinction for 17 years.
ZTE can resume business with its U.S. suppliers, the Commerce Department said, after the Chinese telecommunications giant met the conditions of a deal President Trump made to save the company.