Ari Levy is CNBC's senior technology reporter in San Francisco. He joined in June 2014.
Prior to CNBC, he spent 11 years at Bloomberg News, starting with financial coverage in New York, before moving to the Bay Area, where he wrote about venture capital, deals and dealmakers, technology start-ups and innovation. He also edited stories across the technology landscape and contributed to Bloomberg Businessweek and Bloomberg Markets.
Twitter's reliance on stock-based compensation has become a big problem with the stock pricing plunging.
Short interest in Amazon shares have hit historical highs.
Snapchat's money all comes from advertising, but future investors have to consider that they're also buying a hardware company.
With Snapchat's parent reportedly heading for an IPO, the founders and early investors are set to reel in billions in profit.
Facebook has built one of the world's most valuable brands purely on consumers, but the company is now inching into enterprise.
Coupa capped off a big three-week stretch for tech IPOs, lifting investor hopes that companies will head for the exits in 2017.
At Dreamforce's "Shark Tank" style competition, the celebrity judges unanimously chose a messaging bot called Claire.
The woman who runs Salesforce's mega-conference Dreamforce and the company's global real estate expansion has her hands full.
Nutanix is the biggest venture-backed tech company to debut in the U.S. this year, and there are many risks attached.
Salesforce is constructing the tallest building in San Francisco. CNBC's Ari Levy gets an inside look at the project.
Twitter may be forced to consider a major restructuring and cutting some its employees.
Dyn on Friday warned of a third cyberattack after earlier in the day websites and services across the East Coast were shut down.
My week with Amazon's Echo and Alexa wasn't groundbreaking, but it gave me a glimpse into the future.
Stifel reiterates its buy rating on Microsoft due to strong cloud sales growth.
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