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Dropbox reported $316 million in quarterly revenue, while analysts expected $308.7 million. The company also reported $0.08 in earnings per share, while analysts expected $0.05.
Facebook is shaking up its product team in a big way — this chart shows you exactly who’s running what
Facebook is being reorganized under three key lieutenants of Mark Zuckerberg. Here's what you need to know.
Facebook has shaken up its executive ranks after a tough year.
Snap is giving an Amazon exec $20 million in stock to replace its CFO one week after reporting disastrous earnings
Snapchat's parent company has had a turbulent year since its IPO — and now it's shaking things up.
"The idea that spending loads of time trying to guess how many iPhone X or whatever are going to be sold in a given 3-month period, to me, it totally misses the point. It's like worrying about the number of BlackBerrys 10 years ago," Buffett says.
This $3 billion company lost a top exec only 2 months after its blockbuster IPO — and its stock is tanking
Zscaler COO Bill Welch is leaving enterprise cloud security company Zscaler. Shares at the $3 billion company fell more than 7% on Thursday on the news of turnover in its c-suite so soon after its Wall Street debut.
In its first quarterly report since becoming a public company, Spotify on Wednesday reported a much wider-than-expected loss.
Google Maps has a new plan to cash in on the growing crop of delivery, gaming and ride-sharing startups
Google Maps has always been impressive technology that lacked only a means to generate big revenue. With launch of new enterprise platform designed to assist delivery and ride-hailing companies, Google appears ready to finally cash in.
Tim Cook says Apple’s iPhone X sales were a Super Bowl victory — even if you wanted the team to win by ‘a few more points’
Despite worries about how the iPhone X was selling, it outpaced Apple's other smartphone models, company CEO Tim Cook said.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced a new feature that gives you the option to delete all your Facebook browsing data — similar to wiping your history on a web browser.