Apple's Tim Cook has said the tech giant is mainly looking to acquire intellectual property and talent when it buys up companies.
Spanning a wintry fortnight in Sydney, Sydney Film Festival grips the city each year, inspiring hordes of rugged-up festivalgoers to shuffle between grand city theatres, regional hubs and pop-up bars for an eclectic program that features hundreds of selections from every imaginable shade of filmmaking.
The Alibaba Founder and Chief Executive has ruffled feathers with his support for China's '996' working culture.
SEC filings this week showed the 42-year-old Dorsey remains a member of the US$1 salary club.
The world's wealthiest man, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, will pay his former wife the record sum in the settlement.
After Treasurer Josh Frydenberg's budget speech, Australian businesses were left wanting more in terms of incentives for R&D and innovation.
The world's largest furniture retailer has announced it has made significant process towards its goal of achieving 100% of its products being recycled or renewable by 2030.
In an op-ed for The Washington Post, Zuckerberg wrote that governments and regulatory bodies need to be more active in policing content on social media platforms.
Jamie Dimon, Chairman and CEO of blue-chip investment bank JP Morgan, has voiced his concerns that the US has been split into two, with one group benefitting from thriving corporations and the other struggling to make ends meet.
Tens of thousands of students across the world are taking part in #schoolstrike4climate, a mass protest movement aimed at forcing politicians into action on climate change.