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Intel beat expectations for the fourth quarter of 2017 amid scrutiny around the handling of the Meltdown and Spectre security vulnerabilities.
Landing Amazon's $5 billion new headquarters would be quite the coup. And possibly quite the headache, USA Today reports.
Anthony Noto's departure from Twitter could cause Jack Dorsey to spend less time at Square and elevate Sarah Friar, according to Stifel.
Stripe said Tuesday that bitcoin had almost become a victim of its own popularity.
Amazon has agreed to hand over seller data to Massachusetts to help collect unpaid sales taxes, after refusing to work with the state in September.
Atlassian dropped almost five percent after earnings on Thursday, despite reporting results that topped estimates.
Three bids from the Washington, D.C., area made it to the final list for Amazon's second headquarters, the highest representation among all regions.
The firm has 8 companies in its portfolio so far.
Amazon will continue to outperform the market this year despite making record level investments, Morgan Stanley predicts.
The cloud company, last valued at $10 billion, hired Goldman Sachs and J.P. Morgan to handle the offering, according to Bloomberg.
MoneyGram, based in Dallas, Texas, will use XRP to speed up and reduce the cost of transferring money through Ripple’s payment network xRapid.
Amazon is aggressively picking off talent from Israeli start-ups, causing some to consider leaving AWS in retaliation.
Enterprise software company VMware on Tuesday said it's trimming its headcount.
Jana Partners' Barry Rosenstein says it should be an "easy fix" for Apple to address the iPhone addiction problem among younger users.
"We will definitely seriously consider the Hong Kong market," Alibaba founder Jack Ma said Tuesday.
Ethereum co-founder Charles Hoskinson raised concern about "unrealistic" cryptocurrency projects entering the space.
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