Disruptive Tech Research founder Lou Basenese on the outlook for Netflix.
ConnectOne Bank CEO Frank Sorrentino and nCino CEO Pierre Naude on the companies' partnership to improve the banking customer experience through cloud computing.
Zeta Global co-founder John Sculley and Zeta Global CEO David Steinberg on the impact of artificial intelligence.
Zeta Global co-founder John Sculley and Zeta Global CEO David Steinberg on how the company uses data to help companies improve their marketing.
FBN's Tracee Carrasco on Netflix' decision to raise its prices.
Switch Inc raised about $531.3 million from its initial public offering which was priced at $17 per share, making the data-center operator the second-largest U.S. technology listing this year.
I'm a Certified Public Accountant. Is my job in potential jeopardy? Quite literally, yes.
Attorney and author Danielle McLaughlin on the lawsuit against Google alleging gender pay discrimination.
It's not only been a breach of data affecting 143 million users, but it's a breach that has cut to the core of the cloud's credibility. This is not Game of Thrones or an old credit card number. This is a company that stores our most private and confidential information used in financial and background checks, including Social Security numbers, drivers’ licenses and birth dates.
Amper Music CEO Drew Silverstein on the technology designed to create music entirely with artificial intelligence.
In response to a Google engineer's memo about diversity, Julie Sweet Accenture CEO North America shares insight on the importance of inclusion and future of business
Ann Winblad, of Hummer Winblad Venture Partners, on the outlook for the tech sector.
Neuberger Berman senior research analyst Daniel Flax on the state of the tech sector.
FBN's Lori Rothman reports on IBM second quarter results.
SonicWall CEO Bill Conner sounds the alarm on cyber security, ransomware attacks and steps to protect your information
U.S. tech giant Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) announced Thursday it will lay off thousands of workers amid a massive global reorganization of its workforce.
Tech analyst Russ Frushtick and Popular Science Assistant Tech Editor Robert Verger discuss the expectation for Apple in the next 10 years.
Illegal wildlife trafficking is a big business, run by dangerous international networks that use dark market techniques similar to the illegal drugs or firearms trade.
Senate Republicans unveiled their draft bill to repeal and replace Obamacare on Thursday, just one month since the House passed their health care measure, the American Health Care Act.
Senate Republicans unveiled their draft health care bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. John Sculley, former Apple CEO and RXAdvance CMO, shares his solution for health care in America