Shares of business-to-business SAAS (software as a service) companies like Slack and PagerDuty have outperformed consumer tech firms.
Wayfair this week found itself squarely in the crosshairs of the fiercest political controversy of the moment: border detention camps.
JPMorgan CEO Jammie Dimon sounds a lot more bullish on crypto and blockchain than he did when he called bitcoin a “fraud worse than tulip bulbs” in 2017.
In the big merger announcement between Eldorado Resorts and Caesars Entertainment, there's been no mention of sports betting.
Facebook's new Libra cryptocurrency is "designed to be a unit of purchase and a unit of daily transactions, as opposed to a speculative asset," says the Libra Association's policy head.
Facebook announced the details of its widely-rumored cryptocurrency project: a financial services offering called Calibra.
Foursquare has evolved from a social network that let users check in to their favorite bars to a company that provides location-tracking data to other companies.
Rising nationalism in China stoked by the trade war could lead Chinese consumers to ditch American products, like Starbucks coffee, Nike sneakers and Apple iPhones.
Paul Pierce, the NBA champion and 10-time All-Star who retired in 2017, is joining several other NBA alums with the launch of a line of cannabidiol-derived products.
Justin Sun will try to bridge the gap between the cryptocurrency community and the traditional investor when he has lunch with Warren Buffett.
Four-time NBA champion John Salley is on a mission to promote a plant-based diet, and wants people to give Beyond Meat a try.
The SEC has brought a lawsuit against Kik, a Canadian chat app, over its ICO – and the result will be important for the entire industry.
The NBA Finals, which pits the Golden State Warriors against the Toronto Raptors, hasn't rated well in the U.S. But it's a very different story in Canada.
Netflix, Disney, Sony and more are issuing statements threatening to stop filming projects in Georgia if the law takes effect.