The social network announced efforts to limit extremism on its site, including a new definition of terrorism and a panel of content judges.
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The company pushed back its stock offering, reportedly after investors remained cool to the deal. It’s another blow to the business.
The weekend’s attacks on plants owned by Saudi Arabia’s state-owned oil company spooked investors this morning — and may do so for a long time to come.
China appears to be betting on two approaches: start buying more U.S. goods, and try to keep discussions with Washington focused only on trade.
The company’s stumbles are the latest example of how fast-growing and unprofitable businesses are struggling to convince investors that they are good bets.
The heads of 145 companies sent a letter to Senate leaders calling for an expansion of background checks to firearms sales and stronger gun laws.
Andrew Ross Sorkin hosts newsmakers from the worlds of business and policy at an event in Washington on Sept. 12. Watch it here, live.
The finance editor, David Enrich, does a lot of work while on the move (but don’t worry, he’s not behind the wheel).
The company’s parent has been trying to rescue the public offering amid concerns about the high valuation for a business that is deeply unprofitable.
A class-action suit on behalf of drivers in federal court in California, filed on Wednesday, accused Uber of wrongly classifying drivers under the state’s employment test.
“Doing nothing about America’s gun violence crisis is simply unacceptable,” the corporate chiefs urged senators in a letter.
Naspers spun off a consumer internet unit, Prosus, for a listing in Amsterdam that made it the biggest European company of its type.
The tech giant’s decision to price its Apple TV Plus service at $5 a month means that it wants to make online video a real business.
The nearly $37 billion offer from the Hong Kong exchange to buy its London counterpart faces tough odds. If sealed, it could transform turbulent markets in Asia and Europe.
Calling it “the white terror,” employees describe a culture of fear as managers fire some who have made social media posts supporting Hong Kong’s protests.
The ride-hailing company laid off 435 workers on Tuesday, following a round of layoffs in July.
A former engineer with Google’s self-driving car project is charged with theft and attempted theft of trade secrets. Prosecutors will have to show that what he took was a “trade secret.”
As the co-working giant struggles with a cool reception to the forthcoming stock sale, one of its biggest investors, SoftBank, reportedly wants the deal postponed.
Run by a donor to President Trump, Paul Singer, Elliott Management issues a letter sharply critical of the company’s move into Hollywood.
Joichi Ito resigned as head of M.I.T.’s Media Lab after an investigation into how it tried to disguise donations from the financier.