None of the Google Lunar XPrize finalists will land on the moon by the March deadline.
President of Microsoft, Brad Smith, says anxiety around technology can be addressed by investing in "skilling" workers.
Two more big companies are passing savings from the tax bill along to employees.
After winning Senate confirmation, Jerome Powell, a Fed governor, will succeed Janet Yellen.
PricewaterhouseCoopers Chairman Robert Moritz tells CNNMoney's Richard Quest that despite optimism about the economy, CEOs are concerned about geopolitical issues.
One trade group predicts the tariffs will cost the American economy 23,000 jobs.
While he concedes that President Donald Trump's "bite has been actually...much less bad than his bark" and that his policies could be like "the early Regean period", Financial Times economics commentator Martin Wolf says escalating isolation on global trade could leave the U.S. as a "minority of one."
The DJI Mavic Air is a foldable drone that fits in the palm of your hand and shoots 4K video.
The dating app doesn't encrypt images on mobile.
Uber has hired its first chief diversity officer Bo Young Lee, who will start in the role in late March.
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau challenged leaders of the world's biggest corporations to hire more women and address sexual harassment.
Kimberly-Clark announces a restructuring to fight challenges on several fronts.
When it comes to the NFL's AFC and NFC championship TV ratings, there is good news and bad news.
A Tesla driver in California was using the Autopilot system when he hit a firetruck stopped on the highway.
On a panel at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Nobel-prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz calls recent wage increases announced by Walmart "gestures". He also says, "In today's labor market, workers don't have any power."
Wall Street is nervous about another shoe dropping at General Electric as the embattled company reports earnings on Wednesday.
PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi and economist Joseph Stieglitz sit on a panel at the World Economic Forum in Davos discussing how companies can strategize for the long run while dealing with short-term pressures from investors.
The Trump administration is applying tariffs of up to 50% on imported washing machines. The move holds implications for American consumers, workers, trade negotiations and multinational companies.
Google is taking on Amazon's Audible with its own audiobook service on the Google Play app store.
There are two really hot topics this year in Davos: Brutal weather and President Trump.
Though Kurtz isn't as critical of the White House as Michael Wolff was in his book "Fire an Fury," he is very critical of the media, saying the press is "falling into the president's trap,"
The Internet makes it hard for modern-day magicians to keep their secrets safe. In this Mostly Human Conversation, Laurie Segall talks with magician and mentalist Doug McKenzie, who uses tech to push the boundaries of the imagination.
The streaming media giant is now worth more than Dow components Goldman Sachs, Caterpillar and United Technologies. And its $100 billion+ market value has vaulted it ahead of many traditional media rivals as well.
Despite the change to federal code, some states will have to change their own laws before families can enjoy a full tax break when using their 529 plans for private school.
Top executives at the World Economic Forum praise changes to the U.S. tax code. They say the overhaul will boost the economy and increase investment, but some are skeptical about long-term effects.
The ad was a plea for players to stand for the national anthem
By most accounts, the economy is firing on all cylinders. But there could be storm clouds on the horizon.
U.S., Canadian and Mexican negotiators meet in Montreal for trade negotiations that are now even more complicated.
A study shows that a lot of Millennials could be on the financial edge and not even know it.
The man who is arguably Twitter's most important executive is leaving. No, not Jack Dorsey.
A rejigged Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal is set to be signed by 11 nations in early March.
President Donald Trump likes to tout the record low black unemployment rate, but the trend has been positive for years and African Americans are not too quick to give him credit.
Low housing supply keeps sellers in the driver's seat as buyers continue to face affordability issues. First-time buyers in particular will face an uphill battle to become homeowners.
After months of delays, Apple's smart speaker will hit stores in February.
The company sets lofty goals for its visionary CEO -- and ties nearly $56 billion of his pay to them.
The Italian supercar manufacturer is exploring more ways it can stretch the brand's portfolio away from just two-door sports cars.
JPMorgan Chase is giving 22,000 workers a raise and opening up 400 branches in new markets as part of a $20 billion spending spree unveiled on Tuesday.
Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Dara Khosrowshahi said "a ton of leaks" at Uber made it harder to run the company, but also helped management understand that "it had to make the changes."
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi opened the World Economic Forum in Davos on Tuesday with a defense of globalization. Modi is the first Indian Prime Minister to attend Davos in 20 years.
Top chief executives in Davos are heaping praise on changes to the United States tax code pushed through by President Trump.
The tight labor market is pulling in people whom employers might have passed over, but the race gap remains wide.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi opened the World Economic Forum in Davos on Tuesday with a defense of globalization.
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi has credited the press and whistleblowers for making Uber better.
President Trump's decision to impose new tariffs will increase tension with China and other trade partners but neither side has fired its big trade guns yet.
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A U.K. regulator is recommending that the government block Rupert Murdoch's planned takeover of Sky TV in its current form.