Adrian Steckel, CEO of OneWeb, believes space is a “shared resource” and calls for regulations to level the playing field.
Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie blasted Facebook’s continued influence after its widely publicized data scandal,
“Good investors take advantage of exactly what’s happening right now… over other people’s anxiety," the wellness guru told Yahoo Finance.
“You’ve got to give them credit for what they’ve done in the last two quarters, but ultimately I view that as the start of what’s going to be a challenging period ahead,” said Dan Ives, Wedbush Securities managing director on The Ticker.
Brands McDonalds (MCD), Nestlé (NESN.SW), and Walmart (WMT) are championing climate action, but a network of investors said the big brand suppliers aren’t aligned with their messaging.
Apple is caught in the crossfire of the U.S.-China trade war, but an analyst thinks there's 'unprecedented opportunity' ahead.
Greg Migliore, editor-in-chief of Autoblog, believes it'd be a 'brilliant move' for Volkswagen to really look at buying Tesla and it will give it a 'critical edge'.
A new McKinsey study finds that closing the racial wealth gap could help the entire economy. The costs tied to the wealth gap, such as reduced consumption, could cost the economy as much as $1.5 trillion between now and 2028.
There’s a new studio in town where you can box and booze with your sweaty class-goers and trainers. Not to mention, it’s backed by celebrities including rapper Pitbull, life coach Tony Robbins, and billionaire investor Tim Draper.
Capital One’s (COF) data breach of 100 million credit card applications and accounts could become very costly for the company. “This damage to Capital One is probably going to exceed $200 to $300 million dollars by the time it’s all said and done,” said cybersecurity expert Morgan Wright on Yahoo Finance’s The Ticker. Wright is a senior fellow at the Center for Digital Government.
FAANG stocks are making a direct impact on real estate demand, says Hessam Nadji, CEO of Marcus & Millichap, buying up office space and warehouses.
During the holiday week security risks heightens but one thing you might not know is that you may have already been scanned. Thruvision has deployed 200 of its people-screening technologies at major transportation hubs worldwide. That includes Los Angeles World Airports which manages LAX, LA Metro, and even at Ariana Grande’s Manchester benefit concert after the London bombing.
More than half of Americans heard of bitcoin, and more have searched for it this year on Google than Kim Kardashian this year, according to a Coinbase study.
Canopy Growth (CGC) stock took a dive today after reporting larger per-share loss along with the caveat that its impending merger with Acreage Holdings (ACRGF) would strike a blow to its 2020 earnings. Cannabis adviser Evan Eneman, CEO of MGO-ELLO Alliance, isn't worried, and says such results should be expected for now.
The sky’s the limit for Amazon (AMZN) when its executive Jeff Wilke said he expects to start “delivering packages via drone to customers within months.” But Andreas Raptopoulos, Founder and CEO of Matternet says it’s not so fast. “Based on our analysis, they’re probably a couple years out before we can see a commercial operation that will be the type of scale that Amazon would like to see,” he said.
Tech analyst R Wang says out of all the tech giants, Apple might be poised to separate itself from those being probed by the government.
GiveCrypto.org is founded by Coinbase’s CEO Brian Armstrong, using cryptocurrency donations to help Venezuelans in need to buy groceries and household goods.
Wall Street Journal tech and auto reporter Tim Higgins said Tesla is in its "awkward teenage years," no longer a startup, but not yet a profitable company. While Morgan Stanley said Tesla stock could drop to as low as $10 a share, Higgins said Tesla still has value in its technological advantage over competitors.