Former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer discusses The New York Times article about Facebook.
“Bulls & Bears” panel on how Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg tried to defend the company during a conference call with reporters.
A company doesn't get as big as Amazon as quickly as it has without the CEO thinking a little differently to everyone else, and in the case of Jeff Bezos, that thinking extends to predicting when his company will fail.
Thomas Kurian will join the company on Nov. 26.
FBN’s Charlie Gasparino reports that Tesla’s lawyers are feeling confident that the DOJ won’t open a case on the “funding secured” tweet.
Bradley Tusk, founder & CEO of Tusk Holdings, discusses Facebook’s recent missteps, Amazon’s NYC headquarters and investing in Uber.
The Taiwanese technology giant is slated to build a $10 billion factory in Wisconsin.
FBN's Stuart Varney on the NY Times' allegations against Facebook's leadership.
The CyberGuy Kurt Knutsson on New Hampshire police efforts to get an Amazon Alexa that may have recordings related to a double homicide and a security firm that did a test to see if they could get into someone's home with Alexa.
Constellation Research principal analyst Ray Wang on Apple partnering with movie studio A24 to make feature-length films.
FirstEnergy CEO Charles Jones on efforts to improve America's electrical infrastructure.
Former Mitt Romney Policy Director Lanhee Chen on Amazon's investment in Nashville and the potential challenges filling manufacturing jobs in America.
Walmart is flexing its muscles in the battle for online dominance.
WSJ tech and autos reporter Tim Higgins on the allegations against Facebook over its handling of Russian meddling concerns in the 2016 presidential race.
Amazon's HQ2 saga has finally reached its finale: The tech giant is splitting its new headquarters between two locations in the two most important metropolises on the East Coast.
Capitalist Pig Hedge Fund Manager Jonathan Hoenig discusses how Amazon will receive billions in tax breaks for its two new headquarters.
Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.) on whether the government should regulate Facebook.
Strategic Resource Group Managing Director Burt Flicklinger and Gordon Haskett Senior Analyst Chuck Grom give their outlooks on Walmart and Amazon.
The social media giant’s decision follows a bombshell report from The New York Times.
The electric-car maker just acquired the truck capacity to deliver the vehicles, according to chief executive Elon Musk.