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Microsoft's Satya Nadella discusses the balance of consumption and creativity in technology. He speaks with WSJ's Gerard Baker at the WSJ.D Live conference in Laguna Beach, Calif.
Co-Founder and CEO of Netflix, Reed Hastings says he's more focused on keeping current users happy than on growth, during a discussion with WSJ's Dennis K. Berman at the 2016 WSJD Live conference in Laguna Beach, Calif.
South Korea gross domestic product grew 2.7% year-on-year in the third quarter, down from a 3.3% gain in the prior three-month period.
Melinda Gates is concerned that more than a billion women in the developing world don’t have access to cellphones. The Gates Foundation is trying to help provide more phones and financial services to females around the world.
Investor sentiment toward Apple has improved ahead of Tuesday’s earnings report even as a key streak is poised to snap.
PayPal Holdings Inc. is the latest payments provider to look to the world of social media for a new way to grow.
Instagram is taking a cue from Facebook by introducing new suicide prevention support tools for its 500 million users. WSJD's Nathan Olivarez-Giles discusses how social media can be an important mental health resource.
The world's highly skilled immigrants are increasingly living in just four nations, according to new World Bank research highlighting the challenges of brain drain for non-English-speaking and developing countries. WSJ's Adam Creighton explains.
British American Tobacco PLC’s $47 billion offer for Reynolds American Inc. shows the rising value the U.S. holds for the shrinking global tobacco industry.
Shares of Microsoft jumped to an all-time high Friday in the wake of a positive earnings report, nearly 17 years after setting its previous high-water mark in the heyday of the dot-com boom.
Visa is putting a bitcoin-style network to work as it aims to take on a new market, the large and complex cross-border payments made between businesses.
Brazil’s inflation continued to slow in the month ended mid-October, providing further optimism that the central bank would continue its interest-rate cutting cycle.
While digital and tech jobs are in high demand, the number of women in computing will continue to fall over the next decade. Accenture's Julie Sweet and Girls Who Code founder and CEO Reshma Saujani join Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero to discuss efforts to bridge the tech job gender gap.
Horticulturist Justin Hancock explains tips for caring for indoor plants during cold weather months on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero. He also discusses the benefits of having healthy indoor plants and "superhero" plants that require relatively little care. Photo: iStock
Asian shares were broadly weaker Friday, as a strong dollar rolled through Asian markets.