What will happen to the short films and videos that aired on Quibi as the streaming service shuts down its operations.
Short-form video streaming service Quibi is shutting down about six months since it was launched for mobile devices, reports reveal.
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry may not get more than $2 million a year from Netflix despite reports claiming they inked a $150 million deal with the streaming giant.
Michelle Obama urges Americans to make Joe Biden, a "profoundly decent man, guided by his faith," the next president.
CEO Meg Whitman has revealed the ambitious streaming platform's first-week downloads.
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Dustin York, Director of Undergraduate and Graduate Communication at Maryville University, says that leaders should look beyond algorithms for decision making.
Former GE CEO Jeff Immelt was widely considered a frontrunner for Uber CEO, but has withdrawn from the search process.
Uber shot down rumors that Travis Kalanick would return to the company as CEO.
Despite Uber's push to find a female leader, the company seems to have come up short.
Silicon Valley was a huge supporter of Hillary Clinton prior to Tuesday's defeat to Donald Trump. The Valley's response after Trump's win has been mixed.
The move is part of HPE chief Meg Whitman's plans to shift strategy to focus on key areas such as networking, storage and technology services.
At a private event in Utah this week, the Hewlett Packard Enterprise executive also reportedly likened Trump to Hitler and Mussolini.
The unit will be merged with Computer Sciences Corp., as HP continues restructuring under boss Meg Whitman.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co.’s share price skyrocketed Friday after the information technology firm posted its first financial results since splitting with HP Inc. last year.
Shares were up 6.4% for the company, which houses the former Hewlett-Packard Co.’s corporate hardware and services division.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise will focus on corporate business and cloud computing under Meg Whitman, while HP Inc will sell printers and PCs.
HP will begin trading as two separate entities -- HP Inc. and Hewlett Packard Enterprise -- on Monday, marking a historic moment for the 75-year-old company.
The company is splitting up and said that even more workers will be let go than the 55,000 it previously announced.
Between Hewlett Packard Enterprise and HP Inc. there will be eight women and four African-American board members.