In a new interview, former ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power says that Joe Biden gave his phone number out to people he encountered who had suffered a loss.
While 52% of British citizens voted for Brexit in June 2016, former ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power believes some of them regret their decision.
In a new interview, former U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power recently argued that the dispute is hurting both China’s economy and everyday working Americans.
PayPal Co-Founder Max Levchin says that Facebook and Google have vast amounts of data on their users.
PayPal co-founder Max Levchin has said he tries stay away from politics, but the Ukranian-born serial entrepreneur does make at least one exception. He's not a fan of socialism.
Betaworks Ventures founder John Borthwick has gotten tech companies like Giphy, bitly, and even Twitter off the ground, but that doesn’t mean he can’t see the major drawbacks and dangers of technology.
In the wake of two mass shootings last weekend, 2020 presidential candidate Marianne Williamson is calling to renew a ban on assault weapons.
Amid heightened scrutiny of the secondary ticket market, Stubhub President Sukhinder Singh Cassidy said that she is working closely with state regulators — but that doesn't mean she's looking for new regulations.
The FBI has pegged “conspiracy theory-driven domestic extremists” as a burgeoning threat for the U.S., raising questions about the legal implications for websites where fringe groups sow those conspiracies.
Capital One was hit with a lawsuit on Tuesday accusing it of serious “security failures,” less than 24 hours after it disclosed a hack that exposed the personal data of 100 million people in the U.S. and 6 million more in Canada.
President Donald Trump’s latest appointee to the Supreme Court joined with liberal justices on Monday to green light a consumer class action accusing Apple (AAPL) of monpolizing the market for iPhone apps.
In a new exclusive interview with Yahoo Finance, Berkshire Hathaway CEO and investing legend Warren Buffett offered a definition for “true success.”
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos released his annual letter to shareholders on Thursday, and like the annual letters from Warren Buffett and Jamie Dimon, it’s a must-read.
Holmes, now 35, and Theranos’s former chief operating officer, Ramesh “Sunny” Balwani, have a pending criminal fraud case against them in a federal court in the heart of Silicon Valley.
The revelation that Facebook data deals with big tech companies are the subject of a criminal investigation could intensify pressure on the social network as it faces fallout from multiple privacy scandals.
The sweeping allegations on Tuesday from federal prosecutors that university coaches, wealthy parents, and others conspired to get unqualified kids into elite U.S. universities have already shaken up the business world.
Senator Elizabeth Warren proposed in a Medium post on Friday to dismantle so-called Big Tech — Facebook, Google, and Facebook — but antitrust experts found serious flaws in her proposal.
The Trump administration ordered thousands of federal employees back to work without pay on Tuesday, raising questions over whether it’s legal in America to make people work for free.
While a "Shark Tank" host recently said he would not touch a marijuana stock, several weed lawyers say the risk of investing in weed is minimal.
A tiny fraction of banks are willing to work with cannabis companies. The financial institutions that do serve cannabis companies tend to be smaller banks and credit unions — and most do not advertise their services to the world.
In the past, companies investigated serious claims of sexual harassment internally. But that's starting to change, especially in the wake of the #MeToo movement.
The retirement of the U.S. Supreme Court's swing voter, Anthony Kennedy, ensures that his seat will be occupied by another justice who sides with corporate rights.