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Target’s CEO thinks the retail industry is shaking out to show clear winners and losers.
And Target, reporting first-quarter earnings results Wednesday morning that trounced analysts’ estimates, despite a slew of dismal reports from department store chains a day earlier, would be declared a “winner.”
Disney will take “full operational control” over Hulu from Comcast, effective immediately, the companies announced Tuesday.
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi plans for 2019 to be the company’s peak year for losses and says the company should be compared to Amazon’s rise.
Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes issued a forceful call for regulators to break up the company he helped build in a New York Times op-ed published Thursday.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai is positioning the company’s new products to fit the privacy zeitgeist while undermining Apple’s messaging.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said he couldn’t care less that the company has hit $1 trillion in market value under his leadership.
Hulu has added twice as many domestic subscribers in 2019 as Netflix did in its first quarter, according to Hulu’s newly announced subscriber numbers.
Leading up to its public market debut, Uber hopes investors will align the stock with Amazon’s rather than its close rival, Lyft. Uber plans to compare itself to Amazon during its pre-IPO roadshow in order to justify the billions of dollars it continues to lose, The New York Times reported.
Snap unveiled a host of new products on Thursday, including a new gaming platform and advertising network for more revenue opportunities.
New Jersey and Philadelphia recently signed into law bills that ban stores that do not accept cash, citing issues of discrimination.
As part of the reorganization, WarnerMedia says Robert Greenblatt will become chairman of WarnerMedia Entertainment and Direct-to-Consumer.
Around 40 union leaders, local officials and business owners asked Amazon to reconsider New York for its HQ2 in an open letter in the Times.
Several apps share highly sensitive data with Facebook even if users do not have a Facebook account, testing by The Wall Street Journal found.
Amazon announced Thursday it will not build its headquarters in New York following local opposition.
Bill Gates says tax policies should focus on taxing wealth rather than income.