Nikola founder and executive chairman Trevor Milton explains why his company saw an opportunity to enter the hydrogen fuel cell truck market and expresses his excitement to be the first one on the market. He later talks about his company's plans to compete directly with Tesla.
Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai says Google will not tailor its features to favor presumptive Democratic candidate Joe Biden ahead of the 2020 presidential election.
Rep. Greg Steube, R-Fla., brings up the issue of conservative censorship on Google search results and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai says there are more conservative voices than ever before on his platforms and his company believes in freedom of expression.
FOX Business’ Jackie DeAngelis and The Wall Street Journal associate editor John Bussey weigh in on big tech executives appearing in front of Congress remotely Wednesday and whether the criticism of the companies will be bipartisan.
FOX Business’ Charlie Gasparino says big tech companies believe if Democrats sweep the White House and Senate it would take years of litigation to break them up.
‘Facebook: The Inside Story’ author Steven Levy provides insight into Facebook and other big tech receiving more scrutiny recently ahead of tech executives appearing in front of Congress on Wednesday.
Caper CEO Lindon Gao discussing building a shopping cart that identifies items as the customer places them in the cart and what applications this new technology has for increasing safety at grocery stores in the coronavirus era.
Virgin Galactic is offering the opportunity for regular people to fly to space for $250,000 per ticket. FOX Business’ Jackie DeAngelis with more.
Basecamp co-founder and CTO David Heinemeier Hansson argues it’s up to Congress to highlight how important antitrust issues and a fair marketplace are for big tech ahead of the top executives testifying in front of Congress this week.
The popularity of automated parking garages is on the rise, which use lasers, cameras and a series of lifts and shuttles to move cars around to increase efficiency and create a contact-free experience. Fox News’ Brett Larson with more.
Wedbush managing director Dan Ives shares his investing insights ahead of next week when earnings reports for Tesla, Microsoft, Amazon, Google, Apple and more will be released.
BMO Capital Markets chief strategist Brian Belski discusses biotech stocks, investing in coronavirus markets and says he is expecting good earnings from Netflix amid the streaming wars and lockdown.
Liberty Tax CEO Brent Turner discusses how, due to coronavirus and the filing extension, this tax season has been unlike any other he has seen in 25 years.
The Heritage Foundation’s Nile Gardiner says the U.K. banning China’s Huawei could be the ‘beginning of the end’ for the company's presence in Europe.
Fisker Inc. founder, CEO and Chairman Henrik Fisker discusses growing his electric vehicle start-up, which offers unique leasing structures, uses sustainable materials like recycled bottles and fishing nets in its vehicles and competes directly with Tesla.
K12 President Kevin P. Chavous discusses his company being the largest online educator in the country and makes a distinction between emergency online learning, which most American students have experienced in recent months, and full-time online learning with trained teachers.
Cross River Bank president and CEO Gilles Gade says being technology-driven helped his bank quickly get loans to businesses who needed it following the coronavirus outbreak.
Whatsmyname.org creators Seymour and Marci Josephson say they started this movement to ensure this never happens to someone else and Uber women's safety and gender-based violence head Tracey Breeden explains what Uber has done to keep its customers safe.
T3 Trading chief strategist Scott Redler says if investors are looking for other tech stocks to invest in, they should look to Google and Sonos.
Blink Charging founder and CEO Michael Farkas discusses the future of the electric vehicle and charging industry, which includes portable car chargers.