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Facebook shuffled its ranks in Washington as it confronts pressure from lawmakers over data privacy, election interference, misinformation and other issues.
Wall Street stocks rose on Thursday, as strong earnings from Facebook and a handful of chipmakers powered technology stocks, and U.S. bond yields pulled back.
The company is said to be in talks to acquire Flipkart, India’s leading online retailer, to counter Amazon’s push into the country.
The tech giant’s sterling first-quarter earnings have granted the company a respite from investor ire.
The plan by a new chief executive means that the bank is giving up its efforts to compete on equal terms with Wall Street behemoths.
The drugs don’t work against every cancer — but on rare occasions, they work miracles. Now some doctors are offering immunotherapy to dying patients.
Many Americans are just beginning to climb out of the Great Recession, yet policymakers are debating whether the economy is on the cusp of overheating.
Moves in global bond markets over the last few months suggest changing expectations about prices.
Her glittery, bawdy feminist work gets likes on Instagram and love at Bergdorf.
Mr. Bolloré, called the “King of Africa” for his business dealings there, faces allegations of bribing politicians in exchange for contracts.
The automaker is accelerating efforts to slash costs in a bid to turn around its fortunes both at home and abroad.
An arbitration panel sided with the company 11 years after Hugo Chávez expropriated several of its oil projects. Now the problem is trying to collect.
A small, implantable device made by a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary has been discontinued, with no replacement in sight.
Providing one dose every six months saved one in four babies, researchers reported. Now the W.H.O. will consider recommending routine use.
The social network posted increases in profit and revenue as it deals with a torrent of criticism about its privacy practices and the way it handles user data.
The merger partners will struggle to match Comcast’s offer for Sky, but Disney might conclude it’s crucial to its expansion and Rupert Murdoch will be reluctant to part with a company he spent decades building.
The Facebook chief executive has vowed to clean up the social network, but his company has failed to stop even those impersonating him from swindling people.
A biography of the legendary Italian carmaker shines a light on the man and the automotive empire he built.
Parents will be able to handpick the channels and topics their children can view on the app, which has been criticized for allowing disturbing content to slip through.
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