The international reputation of large American tech firms can impact how the global community perceives the U.S., says a former top national security official under Barack Obama.
In a newly released interview taped last Tuesday, a former top national security official under Barack Obama said Chinese leaders will not be intimidated by President Donald Trump.
“I don't see what conclusion rational people can draw, other than that the President has put a for sale sign on the Oval Office,” Susan Rice says. “We are in quite uncharted territory.”
On Thursday, Barclays CEO Jes Staley called pressure on the stock “deeply frustrating,” citing three causes for its poor performance: Brexit, low interest rates, and lingering regulatory measures that stemmed from the financial crisis.
“We need to move forward with a coalition,” says Raymond McGuire, vice chairman at Citigroup. “We need to move forward more collaboratively.”
“Every person running for president has a plan to reduce pharmaceutical pricing,” Merck CEO Kenneth Frazier says. “Some of them I think are legitimate plans, some of them will hurt innovation, which we don’t want.”
Forever 21 made a bet that the latest in fashion could appeal to customers of all ages. The company, which filed for bankruptcy on Monday, lay slain by a trend that has grown among every age group: Online shopping.
Yahoo Finance contacted 37 prominent business allies of Trump. Three of the backers criticized the impeachment inquiry—while the vast majority passed up the opportunity to defend him.
"Once you've tasted the kinds of freedoms that the people in Hong Kong have grown up with, you're not going to surrender those freedoms," Power says.
In an exclusive interview, top executives at Facebook (FB) who oversee content called for government regulation of posts that appear on the site, but did not provide specifics.
Samantha Power sharply criticized President Donald Trump’s ouster of National Security Advisor John Bolton, saying the dismissal indicates an unsteady administration.
Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian has vowed to lobby for national paid family leave legislation and partnered with hygiene company Dove on a million-dollar fund to support dads in the meantime.
A Yahoo Finance investigation reveals a lobbying campaign on behalf of big tech to stop data privacy bills this year in at least 13 states.
One of President Donald Trump’s most prominent Republican critics and one of his most reliable defenders will both appear.
In recent years, Walmart has given millions to Republican candidates for Congress, many of whom have voted against gun control legislation and received funding from the National Rifle Association.
Democratic presidential candidate and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) voiced her support for Amazon (AMZN) warehouse workers expected to go on strike on Monday, the kickoff of the company’s annual sale known as Prime Day.
Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) told Hunter Walker of Yahoo News that blame for the funding crisis ultimately falls on President Donald Trump and his effort to pay for a long-sought border wall.
Senator Bernie Sanders was not among the presidential hopefuls at the debate Wednesday. But his brand of attack on the power of wealthy people and large corporation stood behind just about every podium.
JPMorgan Chase, which has invested hundreds of millions in the recovery, pledged on Wednesday an addition $50 million in investment to address racial disparities, upping its total commitment in Detroit to $200 million by 2022.
Bankers punch transactions into tablet computers, spiffed up ATMs handle most everything else—these are the hallmarks of a new flagship JP Morgan Chase bank branch, in Midtown Manhattan, unveiled by the company on Tuesday.
Facebook could use his hundreds of millions to push Washington D.C. toward forceful action on big tech.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and Queens Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez voiced their support on Wednesday for striking Uber and Lyft drivers, just two days before Uber goes public.
Thousands of Berkshire Hathaway shareholders on Friday and Saturday poured into an arena in downtown Omaha for shopping at the 2019 Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders Meeting.
Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett, the third richest person in the world, said in a new interview that college and business school aren’t necessary for professional success.