Facebook, facing charges of influencing polls, said those who want to buy political or issue ads will have to reveal their identities and verify where they are.
Watch episode five of our weekly news show, The Breakdown, for a quick dive into some of the week's most compelling topics by reporters and editors from Fortune, Time, Money, and Sports Illustrated. In this week’s edition, Fortune examines the business of the royal wedding, Time looks at the volcano eruptions in Hawaii, Money shares…
Following President Donald Trump’s letter on Thursday canceling the summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un next month, investors appear to be bracing for more rockiness ahead. The cancellation is the latest development in talks to potentially denuclearize North Korea. The nation and its southern sister vowed to work on removing nuclear weapons on…
In 1944, Jean-Paul Sartre wrote that hell is other people, a maxim that perhaps most accurately describes the current state of commercial air travel, what with the long lines for security, overbooked flights, questionable "emotional support" animals, and the guy in 14F who can't keep his elbows to himself. But for those lucky or savvy…
Apple's long-rumored augmented reality headset will have virtual reality capabilities built in, too. It's codenamed T288, and it's currently scheduled to be released in 2020. While Augmented Reality, or AR, maps digital objects onto the real world, Virtual Reality, or VR, immerses users entirely in a digitally-generated environment. The new detail came in a Friday…
He accused Modi of betraying the people of Andhra on granting special status, building a new capital and other promises under the AP State Reorganisation Act, 2014.
Facebook has asked conservative groups for their ideas and advice in dealing with the “rush” in Congress to regulate it over privacy. In an email revealed by Politico, Facebook public policy manager Lori Moylan wrote: “I know it’s not lost on anyone in the free market community that with GDPR on the way in Europe…
Happy Friday. The World Health Organization has raised the threat level for an outbreak of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo after additional suspected cases of the disease were identified in Mbandaka, a Congo River port city with over a million residents. Mbandaka, importantly, also serves as a hub for traffic across equatorial…
The common cold is so engrained into everyday life that it’s easy to forget just how, well, “common” it really is. American adults suffer an average of two to three colds per year and children catch even more, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). There are plenty of medications out there to treat…
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey predicted that Bitcoin will eclipse all the world’s currencies in around 10 years . But the man nominated to be head of the New York Federal Reserve disagrees. In a speech Friday, the current San Francisco Fed President John Williams laid out a case for why cryptocurrencies, the most prominent of…