The final report of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport select committee’s investigation into Facebook was highly critical of the company's response to fake news on the platform.
The Democrat Mayor of New York, Bill De Blasio, has blasted the retailer after it reneged on plans to build part of its second headquarters in the city.
The former Microsoft CEO did not name the Democrat Congresswoman in his podcast appearance, but said proposals to raise taxes on higher income brackets were misguided.
The world's wealthiest man, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, has accused the National Enquirer ownership of attempting to blackmail him over intimate photographs they had acquired.
Amazon reported revenue of US$72.4 billion for the quarter, slightly beating analyst estimates.
A new survey by relationship building management system Thnks quizzed more than 250 CEOs and employees on the idea of gratitude in the workplace.
Shares of the tech giant were up more than 5% after it announced better than expected results for the financial quarter ending in December 2018.
Foreign investment in the US declined during 2018 and at the World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting which is taking place in Davos, Switzerland, business leaders have warned that investment won't pick up until Trump changes policy direction.
PricewaterhouseCooper's annual survey of CEOs makes for some sobering reading.
Speaking at the Digital - Life - Design conference in Munich, the Facebook COO reflected on a tough year for the ubiquitous social media platform.