Russia is expelling 60 American diplomats as tensions with the West rise.
Microsoft is downgrading its storied Windows franchise as part of a cloud-focused reorganization.
Chinese streaming company iQiyi debuts on Nasdaq at $18.20 per share.
SoftBank Group and Saudi Arabia plan to spend $200 billion building the world’s biggest solar power plant.
Spotify could be worth $43.5 billion, says an analyst.
Facebook begins fact-checking photos and videos to better protect elections.
Sarah Jessica Partner endorses her “Sex and the City” castmate Cynthia Nixon’s run for governor of New York.
Tesla is having its worst month ever, and some traders expect shares to crash another 20 percent.
Fox News host Laura Ingraham apologizes after calling Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg a whiny high school kid less than 24 hours after the student activist mounted a successful ad boycott of her program.
Photo: David Hogg, a student and shooting survivor from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., addresses the conclusion of the “March for Our Lives” event in Washington, March 24, 2018. Reuters/Jonathan Ernst