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Adrian Steckel, CEO of OneWeb, believes space is a “shared resource” and calls for regulations to level the playing field.
Snap announces new advertising product, Dynamic Ads to boost advertisement revenues from retail, e-commerce and other direct-to-consumer (DTC) brands.
Snap's (SNAP) third-quarter results are expected to reflect benefits from initiatives related to original shows and innovative features in Snapchat amid stiff competition.
Investing.com - Uber (NYSE:UBER) and Lyft (NASDAQ:LYFT) were under pressure on Friday after lawmakers sent them letters demanding answers after the companies failed to send representatives to a hearing.
The Q3 Snap earnings report is due on October 22. So could a positive surprise be enough to send Snap stock back toward its original price?
Lyft has expanded its healthcare division recently, and this month Lyft is providing free rides to and from breast cancer screenings.
Uber and Lyft chose to skip the congressional hearing on Wednesday. The hearing was meant to examine the companies' safety and labor practices.
Twitter (TWTR) stock has surged roughly 40% in 2019 to fall just behind Facebook's (FB) 45%. Despite the run of success, Twitter shares remain an enigma to many on Wall Street...
With the new Wireless Solutions offering, CommScope (COMM) and TESSCO are expected to meet the growing demand for public safety wireless technology in the market.
Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc skipped a U.S. House of Representatives hearing the ride-hailing industry, angering lawmakers who threatened tighter regulation for the fast-growing market. The two ride-hailing companies had been asked to appear as part of a House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee inquiry on safety, labor and congestion. "Their failure to appear at this hearing is a telling sign that they would rather suffer a public lashing than answer questions on the record about their operations," the head of the panel, U.S. Representative Peter DeFazio, a Democrat, said at the subcommittee hearing.
Saudi Aramo is forging ahead with IPO plans that may value the company at $2 trillion, as investors weigh the risks associated with the offering.