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As Amazon grows and enters into multiple retail sectors, more traditional brick-and-mortar sellers are suffering losses. While many think Amazon is killing the traditional retail industry, it's not. Rather, it's showing retailers the way forward.
It’s time for tech giants to retire the ‘keynote’ — Apple, Google, and others are all making the same mistake with their produ...
Opinion: Steve Jobs' keynote presentations for Apple have inspired countless copies, where a rotating carousel of company executives stand on a stage to debut new gadgets and services. But the act is getting old.
It’s a ‘trap door’: Two EU negotiators dropped clues that Britain is heading into a ‘no-deal’ Brexit
Two on-the-record quotes from Brexit negotiators indicate that May has misjudged her adversaries in Brussels, who want to deliver an exit from Europe with no agreement, the worst possible scenario.
Do you trust a camera-and-microphone device from Facebook in your home?
Tesla survived the summer and Musk settled with the SEC just in time to witness the UN issue its most dire warnings about global warming to date. If we have only until 2040 to drastically reduce the warming trend, we can't afford to lose Tesla.
Android phones everywhere are adopting the iPhone X design — and it’s caused them to miss a golden opportunity
Last year, Apple unveiled a smartphone that looked completely unique. Thirteen months later, that design is everywhere — for better or for worse.
Amihai Glazer, an economics professor at the University of California, Irvine, shares four reasons why Amazon would be wise to not make its decision about the HQ2 location purely on incentives.
Tesla has remained committed to a vision of is Autopilot system as a fully self-driving technology. But nothing about Autopilot suggests that it will be able to move into the new business of autonomous mobility, which is being pioneered by GM's Cruise division and by Alphabet's Waymo.
OPINION: The SEC has charged Tesla CEO Elon Musk with fraud and could seek to ban him from leading the carmaker. The SEC's case hinges on a tweet that Musk wrote in August. The idea that the SEC could crush Tesla based largely on something as trivial as an ill-advised tweet is extremely troubling.
Tesla once looked like it could ride out the summer — but now the SEC wants to ban Elon Musk from being a CEO
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is being sued by the SEC for making false and misleading statements. In May, when Tesla reported first-earnings, it looked as if the company could ride out the summer and focus on the ramp-up of its Model 3. But then things got weird, and now Musk could be out as CEO.