Citron Research short-seller Andrew Left says the rise of Snapchat and the Pokemon Go craze demonstrate how "volatile and fragile" Facebook might be to new trends.
Sex, fear and videos surveillance: Secrecy at Bridgewater is so tight that employees are required to lock up their mobile phones when they arrive at work.
The stimulus plan comes ahead of the Bank of Japan's policy meeting that ends Friday, which decide on further stimulus measures.
Hillary Clinton would renegotiate the US free trade agreement with Canada and Mexico if she were elected president, a union leader has claimed.
Apple's profits are down but it has sold more smartphones than expected in the latest quarter, soothing fears that demand for its biggest product has hit a wall.
The United Kingdom is looking to further cut corporate tax rates to attract foreign investment says its Secretary of State for International Trade Liam Fox.
Somehow, it appears that Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump do agree on something.
Nike stock grants designed to keep CEO Mark Parker at the helm of the world's biggest sporting-goods maker have given his pay a massive boost.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer says she's not going anywhere. But if she exits the company within a year of a "change-in-control", she'll be in line for one very golden parachute.
Perth millionaire Zhenya Tsvetnenko has been indicted by US prosecutors as part of a multimillion-dollar scheme to defraud consumers by charging unsuspecting mobile phone users for unwanted text messages.
The billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk is running a private rocket company, doubling down on alternative fuels and pressing on with Tesla after a series of accidents.
Verizon will buy Yahoo's web assets, ending the company's two-decade run as an independent business.
Swedish mobile telecoms gear maker Ericsson ousted Hans Vestberg as chief executive on Monday, a move led by major shareholders after months of criticism of Vestberg's leadership and pay.
If Verizon buys Yahoo, Tim Armstrong would in many ways be getting the merger he once wanted.
Gaming companies Rank Group and 888 Holdings are considering a joint offer to buy competitor William Hill.
Yahoo's existence as an independent company may be ending with speculation Verizon is to be the acquiror.
Executives say cafe sales were hurt by the contentious election campaign, terror attacks and civil unrest.
Exxon's takeover of InterOil expands its presence in a market where LNG demand is set to grow for at least another quarter century.
PayPal's deal with Visa is expected to boost the revenue and number of users of the money-transfer service.
The Fox News boss built a power machine that outlasted presidents and set the ground for the success of the Republican candidates' firebrand conservatism.
"Black money" -- the colloquial name for a vast network of off-the-book cash transactions and unbanked savings -- is one of India's biggest scourges.
Jeff Bezos just snuck past Warren Buffett to become the third-richest person in the world.
Tesla's plans for a commercial truck, public bus, pick-up, SUV and more are seen as too costly.
The Tesla chief has unveiled an ambitious plan that will pitch the company directly against Uber.
Sales in the world's most famous doll jump by almost a quarter in the past quarter as Barbie comes in different shapes and skin tones.
Tesla Motors Inc chief executive Elon Musk said Wednesday he will roll out a new master plan for the electric luxury car maker this evening, after hints he intends to make Tesla a renewable energy enterprise offering products and services beyond vehicles.
The German carmaker's fuel emissions deception reached deep into the boardroom, US attorney generals claim.
Unilever has agreed to purchase Dollar Shave Club to get a piece of the fast-growing subscription grooming products business.
America's most powerful TV boss is in advanced talks to leave Rupert Murdoch's news channel in the wake of sexual harassment claims.
Yahoo reported a rise in total quarterly revenue, a positive sign for its troubled internet unit.