Web Summit is one of the largest technology conferences in the world featuring the biggest names in tech, business and politics. This year's Web Summit is being held in Lisbon, Portugal.
The former Microsoft CEO says he would have supported Clippers players if they wanted to protest, but NBA players have better outlets to express political opinions.
AT&T, General Electric, Harley-Davidson, Apple and Molson Coors are the companies to watch.
Harley-Davidson is shifting some of its manufacturing overseas as EU tariffs make building motorcycles in the U.S. to send abroad too costly.
Business confidence has been hurt by the prospect of a global trade war, but a couple major tailwinds are helping the United States stave off a crash ... for now.
Match Group announced last week it had purchased a 51% controlling stake in the dating app Hinge, representing the latest in a streak of moves to shore up its position as the dominant player in online dating globally.
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Biotech 3D printing startup BioLife4D has successfully produced human tissue in the form of a cardiac patch, the company announced on Monday, bringing it one step closer to printing organs viable for transplant.
Legendary macro hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones got into exhibited the traits of a trader at a very young age. “I got to be a trader probably because when I was really, really young I was a game fanatic. While in college at the University of Virginia, he picked up chess and backgammon.
'It's the same old story so often, just with different characters, different times, different plots.'
Fitbit’s new wristband thinks it can help with the childhood obesity epidemic: The Fitbit Ace ($100). It’s the company’s (FIT) first fitness and sleep tracker for kids, 8 years and older.
The Dow is set to snap an 8-day losing streak to end the week, plus a big Supreme Court decision on privacy in the digital age. Hain Celestials (HAIN) shares are up as the New York Post reports that Pilgrim’s Pride is bidding for food company.
Yahoo Finance editor-in-chief Andy Serwer spoke with the former CEO of Microsoft, Steve Ballmer, about the current state of the tech sector.
Hailed as the feel-good, turnaround story of our lifetimes by investors just two years ago, Argentina is now facing waning investor sentiment and a possible recession.
Next week, one of you will get the $500 cash prize. With 45 million student loan borrowers in the US, the student loan debt is a huge burden for many. Yahoo Finance reporter Jeanie Ahn teamed up with HuffPost reporters Casey Bond and Michael Hobbes, and Journey to Launch podcast host Jamilla Souffrant
The U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on Friday that the government generally needs a warrant to access cellphone location data is not just a win for digital privacy advocates — it's also a victory for the tech giants that make money off your data.