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"The spotlight is back on user growth, and the stock will be in the penalty box until we get a better read," one analyst says.
Twitter reported quarterly results that exceeded Wall Street expectations Wednesday, but shares still slumped sharply in extended-hours trading.
Walt Disney Co handily beat Wall Street earnings expectations on Wednesday, and shares popped in after-hours trading.
Amazon is announcing a deal with video ad company FreeWheel to provide the technology for Amazon to build out its video advertising business.
For the first time, Time Warner has disclosed HBO's financial performance—showing how much further Netflix has to go.
Reporters are turning to Twitter to vent about substandard hotel rooms in Sochi, Russia, the site of the 2014 Winter Olympics, The Washington Post reported.
Yep, it's been 10 years since Mark Zuckerberg launched "The Facebook" from his Harvard dorm. Here are 10 ways it changed our lives.
Charter's pursuit of Time Warner Cable shows how cable television is trying to protect itself against Internet services like Hulu and Netflix.
Walt Disney is preparing to lay off several hundred people in its interactive unit, the division that includes gaming products and its website.
With Twitter shares up more than 150% since its IPO, the pressure is on for the company to deliver in its first earnings report.
Disney has a reputation for beating expectations, and Wall Street is expecting an impressive quarter when earnings are announced after the closing bell.
The Super Bowl's funniest ad is not necessarily its most effective. A group of MBA students ranked the latter.
Super Bowl XLVIII will go down as "the most tweeted event in history," highlighting the power of social media, predicted ad boss Miles Nadal.
Denver's not the only one that couldn't score on Sunday.
Kraft Group CEO, NFL Broadcast Chairman and New England Patriots owner Bob Kraft discusses "NFL Now" and Jonathan Kraft's involvement.
The social game maker posted results that, while still a loss, beat expectations, and said it would lay off 15 percent of its workers.
As Facebook's shares rise 12 percent, focus on the earnings call was on how the company will continue to grow its user base and increase revenue.
Apologies to Harry Potter fans, but J.K. Rowling doesn't belong on the CNBC list of the top 25 business movers and shakers over the last 25 years.
COO Sheryl Sandberg and CFO David Ebersman also said the company had invested in ways to better measure results for advertisers.
Ten teams played to stadiums less than 95 percent full on average in 2013, double the number from 2008.
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