The suit alleges Google violated the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act
JAG Capital Management CEO and CIO Norm Conley explains why he likes Roku, Inc. and Amazon stocks and dislikes AT&T's decision to not partner with HBO's Max launch.
The C19 I.D. Project launched color-coded bracelets which will hopefully reduce people's anxiety in a post-coronavirus world.
Cities are looking to cap GrubHub commission fees as a backlash grows against delivery apps charges. FOX Business’ Kristina Partsinevelos with more.
Qualcomm president Cristiano Amon discusses his company's relations with China, 5G service in the U.S. and how a majority of his employees are working remotely during the coronavirus pandemic.
U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross says he's disappointed rural American areas believe limiting the use of Huawei will protect them from any cybersecurity threats, which he sees as flawed. Ross goes on to explain why the U.S. is behind Huawei on the 5G race, saying America doesn't have a champion behind the efforts yet.
FOX Business' Charlie Gasparino says New York City banks are allegedly moving up the unofficial timetable to bring some workers back to their offices in June or July and discusses how AT&T reportedly not denying its interest in offloading DirecTV.
Verizon has the fastest 5G wireless network compared to operators in the U.S., U.K., South Korea and Australia.
VirBELA Chief Strategy Officer Glenn Sanford explains his company’s service, which provides a "virtual world for work" as more people work from home.
Intel CEO Bob Swan addresses President Trump's efforts to encourage international semiconductor companies to move to America and how the Huawei decision might impact his business.
Hudson Institute senior fellow Michael Pillsbury discusses the Taiwan semiconductor's announcement for a massive $12 trillion plan in Arizona and how America is accusing Huawei of using American tech and software for its chip design.
Uber will require riders and drivers to wear face masks beginning May 18 to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, the rideshare company said Wednesday.
Matterport CEO R.J. Pittman on creating an app that creates 3D tours of homes to help keep the real estate industry running during the coronavirus pandemic.
RXR Realty Chairman and CEO Scott Rechler discusses changing the workspace amid the coronavirus and how his company is combining technology with new processes to increase safety.
BMO Capital Markets chief investment strategist Brian Belski says consumers' high demand in big tech has given the market some growth.
Rideshare services are experiencing lulls in business that could extend after the virus dissipates, but innovative ideas will keep revenue steady.
The acquisition of Keybase, secure messaging and file-sharing, adds cryptographic expertise to Zoom's staff as it deals with the fallout of security breaches discovered as, company's schools and families started to use the video conferencing software as they sheltered in place to slow the spread of the new coronavirus.
Uber is leading a $170 million investment into electric scooter company Lime during the coronavirus pandemic.
Tinder is planning to add a video chat feature to its app to make online dating easier as the coronavirus pandemic keeps people indoors.
The National Health Service in the U.K. is encouraging people to download an app that aims to track and slow down the spread of the coronavirus, which can bring up privacy and security issues. FOX Business’ Ashley Webster with more.