Bill Cosby jury is deadlocked.
Facebook will be using artificial intelligence to block terrorist propaganda.
Nestle may sell its roughly $900 million-a-year U.S. confectionery business, which includes Butterfinger and BabyRuth.
Slack is reportedly raising another $500 million in funding.
Snap stock sinks to IPO price–$17 per share.
Nike plans on slashing 1,400 jobs; it will also reduce the number of sneaker styles it sells while focusing on its most popular sellers.
Takata Corp., the air-bag maker behind the biggest safety recall in automotive history, reportedly plans to file for bankruptcy as soon as next week.
Grocery wars! Amazon and Walmart crush Kroger.
French President Macron launches tech visa to make France a “country of unicorns.”
Photo: Nestle candy products are displayed the company’s news conference in New York, October 22, 2010. Reuters/Brendan McDermid