The company’s stock has been cut almost in half since last week as investors assess the potential payout if its equipment is found to blame.
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Russian meddling, data sharing, hate speech — the social network faced one scandal after another. This is how Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg responded.
From greenhouses in Kenya to auction houses in the Netherlands to florists in London, the shipment of flowers highlights Brexit’s potential disruption to trade.
The Long Island City site was designated as an “opportunity zone,” an incentive created by President Trump’s tax bill to help low-income areas attract investment.
The Continent faces a confluence of economic and political crises after Germany’s growth disappointed and Italy defied calls to modify a populist budget plan.
Uber, which is moving toward a public debut next year, said its net loss was more than $1 billion in the third quarter.
The Bay Area in California remains the nation’s high-tech epicenter. But New York’s tech work force has been growing impressively.
Google Photos, introduced in 2015, has become one of the most emotionally resonant pieces of technology today. It is also shaping our narratives along the way.
To help shoppers get started, here’s a cheat sheet of the products to track, and the ones to ignore.
An investigation by The New York Times revealed how Facebook fought back against critics during a flood of crises — with delays, denials and an influence campaign in Washington.
The Fed chairman, Jerome H. Powell, did not mention President Trump on Wednesday, but his remarks amounted to a defense of the central bank.
Reporting on secretive technology companies sometimes means finding people who don’t want to be found. Jack Nicas, who covers Apple, relies on some old-school methods.
The designer on bongs, white jeans and his new get-it-quickly collection, Now House.
An heiress to a Texas oil fortune, she protected her assets as her brothers went bust trying to corner silver, and she quietly built a real fortune.
The dispute over the press credentials of the correspondent Jim Acosta has become a potentially significant legal showdown over journalists’ rights. A judge will issue a ruling on Thursday.
Corporations are adopting new tactics to save money by limiting the use of discount cards on certain medicines.
Carnegie Mellon’s CyLab is one of the largest institutions in the world focused on education and research for the next generation of cybersecurity experts.
The car-hailing services, battling for riders, will now offer customers points that can add up to free trips and other perks.
Eager candidates offered name changes, helipads and even cactuses to entice the company into setting up shop.
New York will give Amazon more than $1.2 billion in incentives to establish a hub in the city, and not everyone thinks it’s worth it.
Some social media users thought the magazine was calling the tennis star’s femininity into question. But GQ said the punctuation choice was a famous designer’s trademark.
Rapid consolidation has created powerful groups of hospitals, with organizations dictating prices and fueling health spending in some areas of the country.
In three auctions, there were some formidable prices, though eyebrows were raised at a number of intimidating estimates. And there were failures.
The third-quarter contraction was greater than expected and offered a worrying sign that trade protectionism is starting to take a toll.
The states offered tax credits, rebates and other incentives to lure the online retail giant and 25,000 jobs. Neighboring states offered even more.
Jho Low is accused of masterminding the disappearance of more than $2.7 billion in Malaysia. Firms representing him are being careful amid scrutiny of foreign influence efforts.
WeWork, the co-working office company, announced the additional investment at a valuation of at least $42 billion.
Amazon is not in the business of saving your hometown.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday mean hundreds of online deals, discounts, and in-person doorbusters, but these tips will help you tell which ones are really worth your money.
Crystal City, a declining neighborhood in Arlington, Va., cheered Amazon’s arrival on Tuesday. It’s getting a new name — National Landing — to go along with its victory.
After being passed over at Xerox, he became one of the few African-American chief executives of a Fortune 500 company when he took control of Avis.
Juul will restrict sales of nearly all its flavored pods to the internet, and stop most social media promotion to combat youth vaping, bowing to government and public pressure.
Storage companies are scrambling to keep up growing demand by expanding their facilities and offering more services as collectors and galleries run out of room.
The European Union’s highest court decided the taste of a cheese does not qualify for protection.
The network, citing violations of the First and Fifth Amendments, asked a federal court to reinstate his press credentials, which were revoked after an exchange with President Trump last week.
After meeting with the governor and mayor, Amazon decided the men could put aside their differences, and it began to iron out a package worth over a billion dollars.
The company is thinking smaller, rolling out a mobility app, but also bigger: The move is about the future of the car market as well as the company.
A failure to draw a line under its liabilities has shredded G.E.’s credibility. Its new chief executive risks falling into the same trap.
The billionaire Richard Liu, who has denied wrongdoing, was in Minneapolis attending a relatively new and lucrative academic program when he was arrested.
The company has gobbled up leases for so much space in so many cities that its landlords might not be able to afford for it to go under.
Critics have derided WeWork as overvalued and vulnerable to the next downturn. But the company holds so many leases in so many cities, it might hold more power than its landlords.
After a yearlong search for another home, Amazon has finalized plans to split about 50,000 employees between Long Island City in Queens and Crystal City, Va.
For years, Facebook struck deals that gave device makers access to troves of user data. A disclosure to Congress details the company’s lax oversight of those partnerships.
Europe’s top trade official will be in Washington on Wednesday looking for easy ways to mollify President Trump, including ending a mutual ban on shellfish imports.
Nearly a year after the tax cut, economic growth has accelerated. Wage growth has not. Companies are buying back stock and business investment is a mixed bag.
Amazon promises tens of thousands of new jobs, but should we expect more than that?
Facing competition from ride-sharing apps, companies like Avis and Budget are driving customers to their terminals so they don’t spend time in line.
Investors’ unease over the technology sector’s prospects appeared to be fueling the broad market sell-off.