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Uber’s CEO says the company considered buying Caviar before DoorDash snapped up the competitor for $410 million
Dara Khosrowshahi hinted Uber might not be interested in acquiring smaller competitors despite the boon in delivery mergers.
The company sold its Caviar food delivery business for $410 million to DoorDash, just five years after buying it for $44.3 million.
DoorDash is buying its competitor Caviar from Square for $410 million as the red-hot delivery space continues to heat up
Square's investors appeared unhappy with the sale, and the company's stock price plunged in after-hours trading Thursday.
The wild life of billionaire Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, who eats one meal a day, dates models, and loves bitcoin
Jack Dorsey is the billionaire cofounder of Twitter and lives a peculiar life of luxury.
187 companies, including Bloomberg, Tinder, and Ben & Jerry’s, teamed up to slam abortion restrictions sweeping Southern states
Postmates, Slack, and Yelp were also among those that signed a full-page ad in The New York Times that said abortion restrictions harmed employees.
Here’s why companies like Google, Square, and Atlassian are sprinting to use Kotlin, the fastest-growing programming language according to GitHu...
We talked to engineers and programmers about why they love Kotlin, one of the hottest programming languages around.
Square’s earnings expectations have gotten slashed, but the mobile-payments company still has a high bar to clear
Square is set to report first-quarter earnings after the bell on Wednesday. The mobile payments firm offered disappointing guidance last quarter.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says he eats only one meal a day and fasts all weekend. Experts say this kind of ‘intermittent fasting’ could be d...
Jack Dorsey is practicing "intermittent fasting" by eating only one meal per day and fasting on weekends, but experts warn against copying the Twitter CEO.
Square co-founder Tristan O’Tierney, who built the company's first mobile app, died Feb. 23 at age 35, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.
2018 saw its share of tech products bite the dust, from a Facebook side project to a website that college students used to waste hours browsing.