Facebook's Voting Information Center surpassed its goal to register at least 4 million people before Election Day.
RBC managing director Mark Mahaney on how big tech hearings could impact markets and stock prices.
Joe Biden said in an interview Sunday that in terms of countries presenting a threat to the U.S., Russia takes the cake.
Lee Kun-Hee had been hospitalized since May 2014 after suffering a heart attack
SNAP now boasts 249 million daily active users.
Federal Trade Commission staff members are recommending that the agency bring an antitrust case against Facebook Inc., according to people familiar with the matter, but commissioners haven’t yet reached a decision.
China demanded cancellation of a $1 billion advanced weaponry sale and an end to all interactions between the U.S. and Taiwanese militaries.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is seizing tens of millions of dollars from top executives after agreeing to a costly settlement to resolve multiple government investigations into its role in a Malaysian bribery scandal.
Blue Origin, the space exploration company led by Amazon co-founder multibillionaire Jeff Bezos, is trying to get the U.S. Air Force to invest in the development of its New Glenn rocket, according to a media report.
Monster CMO Elliot Seaborn discusses big business ramping up fourth-quarter hiring.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is steering his automaker into a new phase.
Delta CEO Ed Bastian said the decision to sell middle seats on airplanes will be “based very much on customer sentiment" during an interview on FOX Business' "Mornings with Maria."
Home Depot co-founder Ken Langone blasted Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s tax plan on Wednesday, saying that “the middle class will be in peril.”
With an eventual public offering in mind, SpaceX is ramping up its Starlink Internet service, as it's slated to launch another 60 satellites on Wednesday.
Home Depot co-founder Ken Langone argues the 'middle class will not be exempt' from Joe Biden's tax plan.
Regulators said Berkshire reported the improper sales to the Treasury Department in 2016 after receiving a tip about them
The food service industry is betting big on vertical farming as the pandemic ushers in a heightened awareness of food safety and cleanliness.
As part of Neumann's controversial exit package, the Japanese tech conglomerate said it would pay $1 billion for his shares in the company, extend him a $500 million credit line and pay a $185 million consulting fee, the Journal reported.
Robert Murray, the founder and former president and CEO of a major U.S. coal operator that recently emerged from federal bankruptcy, has retired as chairman of the company’s board.
Ahead of Tesla's Q3 earnings on Wednesday, Oct. 21, research firm Cross-Sell revealed a sneak peak into how the company fared in California, it's largest U.S. market.