President Trump held a campaign fundraiser at the home of Sun Microsystems Co-founder Scott McNealy Tuesday, marking Trump’s first fundraiser in the Bay area since being elected President. A giant inflatable baby Trump was not far behind.
Read more: Trump held fundraiser at former Sun CEO Scott McNealy’s Silicon Valley house on Tuesday
New streaming services from Disney, Apple and others are “great for consumers,” says Marc Randolph, Netflix’s first CEO.
Read more: Netflix co-founder says he ‘loves what’s happening’ with streaming wars
Adobe’s quarterly guidance was light, but the stock still went up after its fiscal third quarter results beat expectations.
Read more: Adobe shares fall on soft guidance
Facebook released new governing documents for an independent oversight board that can overturn decisions by the company itself.
Read more: Facebook details rules for its new ‘Supreme Court’ that will handle controversial posts
Facebook has partnered with Luxottica to develop augmented-reality Ray-Ban glasses code-named ‘Orion’, people familiar with the matter told CNBC.
Read more: Facebook working on smart glasses with Ray-Ban, code-named ‘Orion’
After a series of setbacks on the road to an initial public offering, the parent company of real estate start-up WeWork is delaying the move, sources told CNBC Monday.
Read more: WeWork’s on-again off-again IPO delayed again
New court filings reveal that Elon Musk’s family office spent tens of thousands on a private investigator to dig up details about Thai cave rescue hero Vernon Unsworth, after Musk called him a “pedo” on Twitter.
Read more: Elon Musk testified he worried Thai cave rescuer might be ‘another Jeffrey Epstein’
The recent imposition of tariffs by the Philippines on cement imported from Vietnam has attracted a surprising amount of attention. Some have suggested this is a sign of contagion from those imposed by the U.S. and China on each other and fear that other countries are now following suit and dialing up their use.
Read more: Trump’s tariffs revive damaging prewar world of trade barriers
In a survey of 11,000 workers and 6,500 business leaders by Harvard Business School and Boston Consulting Group, the vast majority said that among the new developments most urgently affecting their businesses were employees’ expectations for flexible, autonomous work; better work-life balance; and remote working. (Just 30 percent, though, said their businesses were prepared.)
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Shares of Shopify dropped more than 5% during extended trading after the company announced a new offering of 1.9 million Class A subordinate shares.
Read more: Shopify shares drop after market close following secondary offering