Technology

Snap said that it is offering to sell 200 million Class A common stock and will trade on the New York Stock exchange under the ticker “SNAP”.

About 70 percent of the 85,000 H-1B visas granted in 2015 went to nationals from one country.

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick declared that his firm is “at the beginning of becoming a robotics” company as vehicles become autonomous.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has rubbished claims that workers had been underpaid and often suffered preventable injuries.

Twitter reports revenue that missed expectations and issues guidance that fell far short of estimates.

Bob Iger says that ESPN is still in demand from distributors, consumers, and advertisers.

Uber’s plan involves airborne taxis that will travel 50 to 100 miles between “vertiports,” Bloomberg reported.

“We are learning a lot about the original content business, and thinking about ways that we could play in that,” Tim Cook said.

Investor optimism for Netflix could collapse like a house of cards as high-risk investments may turn into a vicious cycle, according to an analyst.

Jack Ma is meeting with U.S. president-elect Donald Trump on Monday to discuss plans to create one million new jobs.

Amazon described plans for an “airborne fulfillment center” such as an airship that would float at an altitude of around 45,000.

For investors looking to start 2017 with a bang, Netflix and Facebook might be the stocks to buy out of the so-called FANGs.

With the help of an app, an Aira agent can see the users’ surroundings and verbally walk the user through what’s around them.

Netflix’s rise has been driven by a change that allowed users to subscribe to the streaming service on their mobiles, according to a report.

Donald Trump blames trade for the loss of blue-collar jobs, but factories abroad aren’t the problem.