Snap's plan to sell only "non-voting" shares in its IPO raises serious concerns on who will keep sexist geek culture in check, said Vivek Wadhwa.
Confide, an app that allows users to send disappearing encrypted messages, grew its user base by seven times last week, said Confide President Jon Brod.
"There are alternative ways to monetize it and we're evaluating those," Twitter COO Anthony Noto told CNBC's Jim Cramer.
The American people elected President Donald Trump, but Twitter is keeping his tweets top of mind and newsfeeds, said COO Anthony Noto.
We are nowhere near the apocalyptic scenario in which smart evil robots turn on humans, said Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Alphabet.
Trump and Amazon both "embrace the structural atomic level of value creation," said Chamath Palihapitiya, a partner at Social Capital.
Apple is not a tech company, it's a luxury brand with pricing power, said Social Capital's Chamath Palihapitiya on "Power Lunch."
Snap's shareholders rights model is "frankly is one of the most extreme we have ever seen," and this will play into the IPO, he said.
In what seems to be a desperate move to improve its market share, Verizon is reviving its long dead unlimited data plan.