Some of the largest women-owned companies to note in honor of International Women's Day
In honor of International Women's Day, here are the three most recognizable and influential female leaders from leading brands in the American business industry.
Microsoft bringing AI chatbot to Bing, Edge Internet browsers
The Microsoft Corporation announced on Wednesday it would introduce its Chatbot AI technology to its Bing and Edge Internet browsers.
School districts blocking ChatGPT amid fears of cheating, educators weigh in on AI
School districts are banning a new artificial intelligence-powered chatbot that can respond to prompts on demand, such as writing complex essays.
Tesla recalls more than 320,000 vehicles due to taillight software glitch
Tesla has recalled more than 320,000 Model 3 and Model Y vehicles, a day after recalling 30,000 other vehicles, over a glitch with vehicle taillights.
Tiny Oregon town hosts 1st wind-solar-battery ‘hybrid’ plant
A renewable energy project in Oregon will combine power, wind power, and batteries to store energy.
Biden champions 'workforce of the future' at new Ohio Intel semiconductor plant
President Biden championed a new 'workforce of the future' during a groundbreaking ceremony Friday for an Intel semiconductor plant in Licking County, Ohio.
What are teens doing on their phones? New book explores what 'adults are missing'
Harvard researchers Emily Weinstein and Carrie James reveal what adults should know about teenagers' use of smartphones and social media in a new book, 'Behind Their Screens.'
CrossFit hires former US marine and tech executive as its new CEO
CrossFit, one largest gym brands in the United States, has hired a former technology executive and Marine as its Chief Executive Officer.
KY Gov. Andy Beshear announces investments to expand broadband services
Any Beshear, the governor of Kentucky announced a $203 million investment in expanding the states broadband services. This comes in part of an effort to close Kentucky's digital divide.
Google must pay Australian politician $515K for not removing defamatory YouTube videos, court rules
An Australian court ordered Google to pay a former lawmaker $515,000 over its failure to remove defamatory YouTube videos that drove him out of politics.
Spring break goers on Miami Beach say the 'mystery' of cryptocurrency is the 'future of the financial system'
Spring break goers on Miami Beach spoke to Fox News to clarify how cryptocurrency works
Woman's $3M winning Michigan lottery message gets sent to spam folder
Laura Spears bought her ticket through her Michigan Lottery account and almost missed the email informing her that she won after it went to her spam folder.
Russian court slaps Google, Meta with massive fines
A Moscow court on Friday slapped Google with a nearly $100 million fine and also fined Facebook’s parent company Meta $27 million over their failure to delete content banned by local law, as Russia seeks to step up pressure on technology giants.
Another Amazon Web Services outage remains possible, internet expert warns
Doug Madory, with network intelligence firm Kentik, warned that “it is really hard to completely remove the possibility of an outage” even though cloud providers take an “enormous amount of steps to try and ensure resiliency.”
Exclusive look inside Texas semiconductor plant pounded by chip shortage
Shawn Slusser, Infineon Technologies Senior Vice President, told FOX Business it’s an “exciting” but “stressful time” for the semiconductor plant amid a chip shortage affecting companies around the world.
Texas will be 'home of semiconductor manufacturing' amid chip shortage: Gov. Abbott
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said Sunday that his state “will be the home of semiconductor manufacturing going forward” as the chip shortage has been affecting companies around the globe.
Facebook teeming with lies about elections, US Census, internal study shows
A whopping 20% of US Facebook users have seen content that discourages or interferes with them participating in elections, according to a 2019 survey of 3,000 users.
Micron stock drops after report warns DRAM prices set to fall
Micron Technology Inc. shares tumbled to a 10.5-month low Tuesday after a report said prices for DRAM memory chips will fall next year as supply is set to outstrip demand.
Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin accused of fostering 'toxic' workplace by current, former employees
A group of 21 former and current Blue Origin employees have penned an essay arguing Jeff Bezos' aerospace company is "stuck in a toxic past."
Micron Technology gives disappointing guidance as supply chain issues impact customers
Micron Technology Inc. shares were under modest pressure Wednesday after the chipmaker issued disappointing guidance due to weaker demand from customers.