The company declined to say how many people would be impacted.
An error-laden New York Times book review published earlier this month has sparked controversy both inside and outside the newspaper's newsroom.
Pablo Escobar met his end nearly a quarter-century ago, but his legacy continues to cast a shadow over the Netflix drama "Narcos."
The shutdown, which raised protests from navigator groups, will occur from midnight to noon on on all but one Sunday.
While many of the innovations put forward by tech companies bring about exciting new opportunities to experiment with new kinds of storytelling, Jason Kint agreed with Brian Stelter that the incredible amount power tech has over the media industry is "very uncomfortable."
Facebook's board withdrew a proposal that was the subject of a shareholder lawsuit. As a result, the CEO will no longer head to court on Tuesday.
The real battle Facebook is fighting isn't over regulation, but public perception. In the grand scheme of things, Facebook believes, the scandal is a minor glitch.
Dara Khosrowshahi admits Uber is "far from perfect," but asks that officials work with Uber to "make things right."
Jimmy Kimmel spent the week on TV battling a health care bill he didn't believe in. On Friday, the bill appeared to be on its last legs, and Kimmel may have played a part.
The $70,000 Tesla Model S 75 will no longer be produced, leaving only all-wheel-drive versions of the car in production.
"Star Trek: Discovery" might be beaming into the new frontier of streaming, but this latest spinoff is upholding a long tradition of using the 51-year-old franchise as the fuel to launch new services.
The C Series has been flying passengers in Europe since June 2016, and starting next year, the Bombardier CS100 will start appearing at airports around the U.S.
Facebook and its competitor social networks are part of a largely unregulated Wild West of political spending; some changes are on the way, but time is running out before the next election.
CNN spoke to Uber and "Black Cab" drivers about the decision by Transport for London not to renew Uber's license in the city.
Walmart announced a partnership with smart security company August and delivery service Deliv that will let consumers buy food from Walmart.com and have drivers come inside the house to put it away while you watch them on your phone.
San Francisco and Oakland try an aggressive approach to cover the risks of rising seas.
London architecture firm Waugh Thistleton is turning to cross laminated timber (CLT), as a low-carbon alternative to cement and steel.
When you're making big career decisions, you turn to your mentors and your trusted peers. But how do you find these mentors and trusted peers in the first place?
London's decision to deny Uber a license has produced howls of protest from jilted fans and wild cheers from critics.
CNNMoney's Peter Valdes-Dapena takes the new 2018 Alfa Romeo Crossover SUV out for a drive on California highways. Quick and with responsive handling, the Stelvio shows that performance need not be forfeited with an SUV.
Ministry of Supply combines technology and design to create breathable, sweat resistant, non-iron fabrics.
Proposing big tax cuts is much easier than figuring out how to pay for it all. Offsetting the cost of cuts will be one of the biggest hurdles for Republicans.
The death of L'Oreal heiress Liliane Bettencourt could mean big changes at the top cosmetics company.
The president returns to a favorite label for the Russia story.
Germany's economy is strong. But its infrastructure could use an upgrade.
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Airlines are slowly restoring service two days after Hurricane Maria's rampage.
Mercedes-Benz will spend $1 billion to upgrade its production capabilities in Alabama and jump-start its electric vehicle program in the U.S.
Will China rein in its banks over North Korea? Will Trump risk sanctions that could hurt America too?
London's transport authority announced Friday that it will not renew Uber's license, saying the company is not "fit and proper" to operate in the city.
The latest bill from Republicans to repeal Obamacare would likely leave millions more Americans uninsured, experts say.
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Apple's newest iPhones went on sale this morning starting in Sydney, Australia.
CNN International anchor Richard Quest discusses South Africa's corruption crisis with IMF Director Christine Lagarde.