Oracle hiring 2,000 new employees for the cloud
Amazon is inline to become defense powerhouse.
USIM Founder and CEO Dennis Holt gives his take on what the future of media and streaming will be.
Red Hat CEO James Whitehurst discusses the business applications of cloud computing and big tech regulations.
Microsoft President Brad Smith on cloud computing and privacy.
Michael Pachter, Wedbush Securities Director, discusses the government's role in big tech - especially Google. There is a near-zero probability the states will dismantle big-tech corporations. Google is a high-growth business.
Equinix CEO Charles Meyers on the big business of big data centers and the impact of trade issues on the industry.
A winner will not be determined until the review has concluded.
Amazon and Microsoft are the two remaining contenders left in the bidding race.
Pacer ETFs President Sean O’Hara on why you should buy this cloud stock.
Fox News Headlines 24/7 anchor Brett Larson on the fallout from the Capital One data breach and the bank's response to the hacking.
The e-commerce giant’s security protocols for its cloud storage database have come under fire after the Capitol One hack.
IDShield Chief Product Officer Scott Grissom on the fallout for consumers from Capital One's data breach and the broader issue of cyber security.
Trump said last week he was going to look at the contract after receiving “tremendous complaints.”
Constellation Research founder Ray Wang on the outlook for Facebook, Google, Amazon and Facebook.
Altium Wealth Portfolio Manager Michael Lee on the Federal Reserve and the outlook for Netflix and Microsoft.
Multiple lawmakers have voiced concerns about the bidding race throughout recent weeks.
President Trump on concerns over the cloud-computing contract that is poised to go to either Amazon or Microsoft.
Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk on billionaire investor Peter Thiel's calls to investigate Google's alleged ties to China and President Trump's concerns over the Pentagon's cloud-computing contract it is poised to award to Amazon or Microsoft.
SAP CEO Bill McDermott on the company's earnings and outlook, growth in Europe, collaborating with companies such as Microsoft, cloud investment, tech regulations and the Federal Reserve.