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Google will offer a prepaid debit card in the U.S. that will allow consumers to purchase goods at stores and to withdraw cash from ATMs.
CNBC's David Faber speaks with Philippe Laffont, Coatue Management founder and CIO at the Robin Hood Foundation's investors' conference, about whether we're seeing another internet bubble.
New Jersey is rolling out internet gambling today with a 5-day trial. Mitch Garber, Caesars Acquisition president & CEO, offers insight on the trial and projected growth in the U.S. He thinks the U.S. will see one state bet on online gambling one by one.
BuzzFeed founder and CEO Jonah Peretti provides insight into his website's traffic, and where its gaining users around the world. CNBC's Julia Boorstin also asks Peretti if cat videos are just as funny overseas as they are in the U.S.
Yahoo hasn't seen much growth from its recent investments, but shares may simply be rising on enthusiasm about CEO Marissa Mayer.
Discussing Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's mobile message, the "Squawk on the Street" team discuss Mayer's technology vision and their future with Alibaba.
FCC chairman Tom Wheeler says the agency will move the nation’s century-old network of circuits, switches and wires toward an Internet-based system. The NYT reports.
Borderfree detects which country a consumer is searching the internet from to help retailers reach global customers. Its CEO Michael Desimone discusses shopping patterns, and how it is helping the e-commerce market.
CNBC's Josh Lipton and CNET Editor-in-Chief Lindsey Turrentine talk about the challenges that a still-unnamed CEO will face when Steve Ballmer departs.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports Twitter and DB5 Research have partnered to study Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping behaviors.
Dunna nunna nunna nuh ... BatKid! The founders of Clever Girls Collective explain how they helped BatKid's Make-A-Wish dream go viral.
CNBC's Jon Fortt and PCMag.com Editor-in-Chief Dan Costa discuss Apple's iBeacon technology and its rumored purchase of the company behind the Xbox Kinect sensor.
Kanishk Parashar, founder and CEO of Coin, explains how users will use a credit card device that aims to be an all-in-one credit card. "We will come to market in summer of 2014," he says.
Will Steve Ballmer be Microsoft's largest shareholder, or will he sell out? Wall Street Journal reporter Monica Langley, spent a few days with Ballmer at the Redmond Campus and shares her opinions.
Discussing the incentive for consumers and businesses to use bitcoin, with Circle Internet Financial CEO Jeremy Allaire. Circle is a bitcoin start-up that raised $9 million from venture capitalists.
Lawmakers will be looking for answers about how they might regulate a virtual currency. CNBC's Mary Thompson reports bitcoins are not accepted as payments at a growing number of big firms.
Microsoft's CEO Steve Ballmer is calling himself "an emblem of an old era." CNBC's Jon Fortt shares his opinions, and discusses the search for the tech giant's new CEO.
Maybe you shouldn't hold a Twitter Q&A with an executive who's never tweeted and more lessons from the JPMorgan Twitter #DISASTER.
Okta co-founder & COO Frederic Kerrest, says his company has developed a product that allows for one password per person for all the apps within one corporation. Okta is also working to help the consumer.
We are headed into the busy season for scammers and identity thieves who hope to take advantage of holiday shoppers online and at the store. Herb Weisbaum explains what to watch out for and how to protect yourself.