Why Microsoft's $75 Billion Bid for Activision Hinges on Call of Duty 

Regulators worry the popular videogame franchise is so crucial to attract hard-core gamers that it could be used to dominate cloud gaming.

The AI Boom Runs on Chips, but It Can't Get Enough 

A shortage of the kind of advanced chips that are the lifeblood of new generative AI systems has set off a race to lock down computing power and find workarounds.

How AI Is Catapulting Nvidia Toward the $1 Trillion Club 

The company's chips are leaders in processing the complex calculations driving the latest internet revolution.

China's C919 Takes Maiden Commercial Flight-and First Bite From Boeing 

Despite backing from top leaders and a ready-made market for its planes, manufacturer Comac faces a steep path to success.

Wall Street's Next Big Play Is Garbage 

The green push by the U.S. and state governments is turning trash into treasure and boosting the firms that handle America's garbage.

Disney's Orlando Campus Cancellation a Blow to Neighboring Projects 

Adjoining commercial and residential developments were banking on the relocation of 2,000 Walt Disney employees to Florida.

Musk Turns His Attention to 2024 White House Race 

The billionaire wants Twitter to be the home to presidential hopefuls, but Ron DeSantis's glitch-plagued campaign launch raises questions.

The CEO of YouTube Has a Plan to Win Over Anyone Watching TV 

Neal Mohan goofs around with creators and woos advertisers to the platform's short videos and TV offerings.

Disney's 'Little Mermaid' Tops Weekend Box Office 

Domestic sales for the remake fell in the middle of the studio's recent live-action redos of animated classics.

Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes Is Expected to Enter Prison Tuesday 

The entrepreneur faces an 11-year prison term after her conviction for defrauding the blood-testing company's investors.


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