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Trump slams China’s tech scene, says it doesn’t have the capability of ‘the geniuses in Silicon Valley that walk around in undershir...

During the interview, Trump argued that the US would beat out China to implement a next-generation 5G wireless network.

Dell is about to be public again, but its CEO says there are no plans to merge with VMware

In a conversation with CNBC, Michael Dell said the publicly traded company VMware will remain independent from Dell Technologies for the foreseeable future.
The terms of YouTube's new paid music service are rubbing some independent music artists the wrong way.

YouTube TV is the kind of cable-killing TV experience Apple promised us but failed to deliver, analysts say

Toni Sacconaghi Jr. praises YouTube TV for creating experience that TV viewers have long sought but the analyst calls out Apple managers for sitting on their hands. Apple could and should have been the ones to offer this kind of multi-channel service.

‘He was like a hyena going after her:’ Theranos investor Tim Draper blames the company’s downfall on an investigative journalist

Early Theranos investor Tim Draper said that he stands by his earlier statement that Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes is the victim of a witchhunt.

Ripple’s XRP surges on new rumors it will be added to Coinbase

Rumors swirled that Coinbase would support XRP after the network advertised Ripple's CEO would appear on a program with the cryptocurrency exchange's President.
Dr. Marc Faber, publisher of investment newsletter "The Gloom Boom & Doom" speaks at the 16th annual Sohn Investment Conference in New York May 25, 2011.

Financial networks and businesses are distancing themselves from Marc Faber after racist investor letter

CNBC, Fox Business, and Bloomberg all backed away from their relationship with Marc Faber, the author of the "Gloom, Boom, and Doom" report.

Cheddar, the CNBC for millennials, just made a key hire and plans to launch in Europe next year

Business news network upstart Cheddar just made a key hire and plans to open its first broadcast studio in the UK next year, CEO Jon Steinberg said.

Even Wall Street’s biggest cheerleader is tired of the White House’s Goldman guys and their tax ‘plan’

OPINION: David Faber said it best —"Yeah, I know. Gary, I want to be 10 years younger and 6 inches taller but that doesn't mean wishes always come true."

Twitter pops after Steve Ballmer calls it ‘a very good asset’

"Improving the products some and improving and making the monetization better, I think the company has been on top of both of those things," Steve Ballmer said.