Barron’s Jack Otter, Ben Levisohn, Lauren Rublin and Jack Hough discuss big tech, such as Google and Apple, getting into banking and the roundtable’s investment ideas for the coming week.
An expert who works with Fortune 500 companies to eliminate bias in their technology and systems, gives he thoughts on the Apple Card's gender issue.
Catalyst president and CEO Lorraine Hariton, who works with Fortune 500 companies to eliminate bias in their technology and systems, gives her thoughts on the controversy surrounding gender and the new Apple Card’s algorithm. She says artificial intelligence can become biased if leaders and teams aren’t diverse and inclusive.
Rep. Tim Burchett (R-TN) weighs in on Congress' challenges to big tech and says Congress shouldn’t punish businesses for success.
The sportswear retailer launched the pilot program in June 2017, offering an assortment of footwear and apparel directly to Amazon shoppers.
Cyber Guy Kurt Knutsson discusses a report on companies harvesting data on consumer sentiment and how individuals can access the information collected on them.
CAZ Investments founder Christopher Zook discusses Softbank’s recent “really bad” investments and whether they are a one-off or should concern the entire industry as well as an investment opportunity in private equity, the transportation revolution, and disruptive technology.
"Modern Warfare" added updated features to the "Call of Duty" franchise, including cross-play multiplayer support among all consoles and PCs.
The sales growth is expected despite a holiday shopping period that is six days shorter than last year.
Retail store Spirit Halloween released its hotlist of what the trendiest costumes of 2019 are so far according to internal research.
Rep. Lance Gooden (R-TX), House Financial Services Committee member, discusses Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s hearing on Capitol Hill and his thoughts on Libra, Facebook’s new cryptocurrency, being based out of Switzerland.
Former Toys R Us CEO Gerald Storch discusses his outlook for Amazon and reports that more than half of Americans will be shopping online this holiday season.
Mark Parker, who oversaw strong financial results at Nike but drew criticism for his handling of internal scandals, will remain with the company as executive chairman at the board.
Rep. Gregory Meeks (D-NY) discusses the hearing with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and questioning Facebook’s new cryptocurrency, Libra.
Amazon is enacting countermeasures amid unprecedented federal scrutiny of its business practices.
WSJ Reporter Dan Gallagher and Windows Central executive director Daniel Rubino address tech stocks' efforts to break up ‘tech giants.'
Scrutiny intensified last week after two runners, Eliud Kipchoge and Brigid Kosgie, shattered records while wearing variants of the Nike Vaporfly.
The trailer debuted during halftime of Monday’s game and gave “Star Wars” fans their last preview of what to expect when the movie hits theaters last this year.
Just 500 “seasoned tickets” were made available to the public, and they didn’t last for long.
'The Algebra of Happiness' author Scott Galloway says Amazon is going to be the most valuable company in the world in five years because of their cloud ownership. Barron's Roundtable host Jack Otter and Barron's Technology Editor Alex Eule try to nail down what these big tech companies can actually do in regards to cybersecurity. Galloway also addresses Facebook Libra being DOA.