Trivago, Expedia’s German hotel-booking site, has filed to go public.
Renegade Facebook employees have formed a task force to battle fake news.
WhatsApp hits 160 million users in India, it’s biggest market.
Lyft is trading its signature mustache for something equally funky: colorful LED lights.
Soros Fund Management LLC dissolved its shares in the world’s biggest gold ETF in the third quarter of 2016
SEC Chairman Mary Jo White is planning to step down in January, leaving the door open to a new Republican-appointed leader.
Permira and Symantec are among those interested in bidding for LifeLock Inc.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg dismisses notion that fake news posted on Facebook influenced the outcome of the presidential election.
Laura Ingraham is considered for White House Press Secretary position.
NASDAQ names Adena Friedman as CEO. She will be replacing Bob Griefeld who will become the chairman.
Photo: U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Mary Jo White is interviewed at the Reuters Financial Regulation Summit in Washington, D.C., May 17, 2016. ReutersGary Cameron