The two-day inaugural event, dubbed Space Pitch Day, is a break from the typical monthslong government contract process.
Waymo has been facing challenges to commercialize self-driving cars. Morgan Stanley cut its valuation on Waymo by 40% last month, concluding that the
President Donald Trump and Tim Cook's relationship really started after Trump's election win in 2016, when the Apple CEO and several other C
A college wrestling referee said in a lawsuit filed Thursday that he told Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, that he found Dr. Richard Strauss masturbating in t
Syniverse is one of many companies that make up the complex web of intermediaries in the mobile carrier world. The company said a server went offline
GOP Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan, a fervent defender of President Donald Trump, will be placed on the House Intelligence Committee as the impeachment inquiry
Fiona Hill's testimony offered a gripping account of tensions between NSC members and some individuals whom Trump directed to run Ukraine policy.
Bill McDermott announced his departure from SAP earlier this month. Now he's joining a smaller but rising enterprise software company.
Jeffery Pietrzyk, a top aide of retired UAW Vice President Joe Ashton, pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and money launderi
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Chipotle is now forecasting that it could open fewer than 140 to 155 new stores in fiscal 2019.
Joe Biden's standing as the clear frontrunner has dissolved as polls show tight races in the early states of Iowa, New Hampshire and Nevada.
Adam Neumann received a $185 million payout to leave WeWork. The highest-paid CEO of these top 10 companies only makes $103 million.
Some of the largest and most well-known companies in the U.S. reported earnings on Tuesday that fell short of expectations.
Rob Goldman, Facebook's vice president of ads, announced via Twitter on Tuesday that he's leaving the company.
The top industrials analyst on Wall Street said on CNBC's "Halftime Report" that he likes United Technologies' upside from here.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg intends to tell Congress that Facebook will not launch Libra anywhere in the world unless all U.S. regulators approve it.
Bill Taylor's text messages have helped fuel suspicions that the Trump administration was arranging a politically motivated quid pro quo with Ukr
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