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Apple to close all stores outside of China until March 27...

Apple said it will close all of its stores outside of Greater China until March 27 to reduce the risk of the coronavirus spreading.The...

Cramer praises Trump for involving private sector in coronavirus response: ‘This...

CNBC's Jim Cramer praised President Donald Trump' s latest response to the coronavirus outbreak on Friday, calling the private sector involvement "a very big...

AT&T asks all employees to work from home if they can...

AT&T is asking all of its employees who have the ability to work remotely to do so until further notice, as the coronavirus spreads...

Trump declares national emergency over coronavirus

President Donald Trump on Friday declared a national emergency over the coronavirus pandemic, and announced a set of specific measures aimed at stemming the...

Microsoft cancels Build, makes it virtual

Microsoft said Thursday that its annual Build developer conference in Seattle, set to run from May 19-21 will be held online instead of in...

Google Bangalore employee tests positive for coronavirus

A Google employee in its Bangalore, India, office has tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus and is in quarantine, according to internal documents viewed...

Twitter bans political ads after Facebook refused to do so

Twitter is axing political ads from its site, CEO Jack Dorsey announced Wednesday.Twitter's stock dropped more than 1% in after hours trading following the...

Amazon will soon surpass Oracle as the second-biggest enterprise software company,...

Amazon's cloud business will surpass Oracle as the second-largest enterprise software provider in the next 12 to 15 months, analyst Rohit Kulkarni of MKM...

Southeast Asia’s online banking services could generate $38 billion in revenue...

Digital financial services are predicted to generate at least $38 billion in revenue across Southeast Asia by 2025, a new study revealed Wednesday.The report,...

Nikesh Arora, who advised against WeWork deal at SoftBank, says throwing...

Palo Alto Networks CEO Nikesh Arora left SoftBank in 2016, a year before the company placed its first big bet on WeWork. Arora advised...