An executive order on visas for skilled workers will get a close reading in Silicon Valley.
United Technologies will hire 250 software engineers to work in the DUMBO neighborhood of the borough.
Merrill Lynch analysts believe the new iPhone could be sold out for more than two quarters.
LinkedIn is intent on holding its users' attention for longer timespans. Amazon will expand a program to prevent the sale of cheap, counterfeit products.
Samsung has a lot to prove after its Galaxy Note 7 disaster.
The social media giant is throwing its weight behind a technology that lets publishers make more money from ads and become less dependent on Google's DoubleClick unit.
Amazon's Twitch and Google's YouTube are top seeds in the e-sports streaming brackets, but don't count out Facebook.
Advertisers are angry over their ads appearing ahead of questionable content like terrorist videos.
Technicians affiliated with the Communications Workers of America, District 9 have been working without a contract for a year.
Amazon is abandoning its usual strategy of building rather than buying with the deal for the Middle East's largest e-commerce site.