Chantel McGee is a News Associate for CNBC, covering breaking technology news.
Prior to CNBC, McGee was a tech reporter for the Daily Dot where she covered the intersection of technology and culture.
She began her career in television covering general news, with previous reporting positions at News 12 and Regional News Network in New York.
McGee has a master's degree from Harvard University and a bachelor's from Stony Brook University.
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George made the announcement on LinkedIn, which now lists him as "retired."
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The tech community should acknowledge its contribution to inequality in the Bay Area and work with the community to fix it, says Bracy.
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The only thing that will change Google's behavior is regulation, Roger McNamee says.
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Proving again that it's willing to sacrifice profit to please customers, Amazon is buying some inventory at full price.
Microsoft beat estimates on earnings and revenue in the fourth quarter of its 2017 fiscal year.