By Echo Wang (Reuters) - Media platform Reddit is eyeing a valuation of up to $6.5 billion in its initial public offering, two people with the matter told Reuters on Friday, far less than what it was worth a few years

Next DLP ("Next"), a leader in insider risk and data protection, announced the launch of Reveal SaaS Access Security to its industry-leading Reveal Platform. This new functionality marks a significant advancement in addressing the pervasive challenges of shadow software-as-a-service (SaaS) usage and

By Sinéad Carew (Reuters) - Shares in Super Micro Computer Inc finished down 20% on Friday after hitting a record high earlier in the day as investors took a break after betting on the stock as a big beneficiary of strong

By Pratyush Thakur (Reuters) - Shares of Expedia Group closed down 18% on Friday, their biggest single-day drop in nearly four years, after the online travel firm said it expected 2024 revenue growth rates to moderate as air fares soften from

By Stephen Nellis, Max A. Cherney and Arsheeya Bajwa (Reuters) - Arm surged more than 30% on Wednesday after the British tech company forecast quarterly sales and profit above Wall Street expectations as customers aim to design new chips for artificial

By Utkarsh Shetti (Reuters) - Universal Music Group (UMG) will cease licensing its content to TikTok and TikTok Music services, as the music label said on Tuesday that its agreement with the social media platform has not been renewed. UMG has been

By Zaheer Kachwala (Reuters) - Electronic Arts missed estimates for quarterly bookings on Tuesday, as lower spending and stiff competition hurt demand for its gaming titles. Shares of the company fell more than 2% in extended trading. Still-high interest rates causing gamers to

By Kantaro Komiya TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's SLIM spacecraft has regained power, its space agency said on Monday, more than a week after it achieved an unconventionally precise lunar landing but ran out of electricity because its solar panels were at

By Hyunjoo Jin and Akash Sriram (Reuters) - Tesla expects to start production of its next-generation electric vehicle at its Texas factory in the second half of 2025, Chief Executive Elon Musk said on Wednesday, after warning of a sharp slowdown