Alibaba has made a $1 billion investment into Lazada for a controlling stake.
U.S. women soccer players may boycott the Olympics over the pay dispute.
A downbeat first batch of corporate results prodded European stock markets lower on Tuesday.
Netflix CEO says the company is not working on virtual content.
U.S. officials are warning that Zika is scarier than originally thought. And it’s in 30 U.S. states.
Amazon’s new Kindle is is the Kindle Oasis, the flagship ereader for the most hardcore digital readers.
PC shipments are down again, globally. Worldwide PC shipments fell 9.6 percent to 64.8 million units in Q1 2016, Gartner said.
Accel has raised $500 million for Accel London V, a fund focused on Series A and B investments in Europe and Israel.
Ticketmaster and Eventbrite will start selling tickets directly on Facebook.
Barbara Streisand is reviving Gypsy with Barry Levinson for STX Entertainment.
Photo of U.S. women’s soccer team cheering during a reception at New York City Hall to celebrate their World Cup final win over Japan on Sunday, in New York, July 10, 2015. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly