Bill Gates testified before Congress in 1998 to answer questions about Microsoft's monopolistic practices. There are some similarities between how lawmakers viewed Microsoft back then and Facebook now.
In his annual letter to JPMorgan shareholders, CEO Jamie Dimon hits the major issues dominating headlines today.
“America is roaring back and now is the time to invest in the future of America,” preached President Trump at a speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
If robots, AI, nanotechnology, machine learning, and 3D printing are going to be doing all the work, what the heck will human beings do nine to five?
Our country is divided. That much is obvious. So, I’m putting out a call for us to come together. What we need is to 'Bring America together again'. That’s right, BATA. And yes, BATA bounces off of President Donald Trump’s 'Make America great again' (MAGA).
America offers societal freedoms many of us seem to believe that comes with huge, often under recognized and to my mind, hard to defend costs. Three examples here are 1) free, unfettered financial markets, 2) a free, wide-open internet, and 3) free nearly unlimited access to firearms.
David Simon explains how his new show “The Deuce" is a "critique of a market based logic that I think has prevailed almost to the exclusion of other metrics in terms of how we measure our society."
Soon after a passenger was dragged off a United flight back in April, Gordon Bethune called the passenger, “immature.” And he's sticking to it.
When Jeff Immelt became CEO of GE (GE) some 16 years ago, the big question was would he be able to fill the shoes of his legendary and crusty predecessor, Jack Welch. To be sure, Immelt — a large, physical presence as Welch is almost impish — was a different CEO for a different time. Thrust into running