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Twitter's influence on corporate affairs shouldn't come as a surprise, an executive from the company said after the resignation of Mozilla's CEO.
The social networking giant Facebook has expressed interest in exploring how it can develop anonymity services.
At a time when bitcoin prices are falling sharply, at least one cryptocurrency advocate thinks the long-term direction is up—way up.
Since Dell's business went private, the PC giant has focused on shifting from a product provider to a problem solver, its president for Asia said.
The hubbub surrounding the paternity leave of the N.Y. Mets' Daniel Murphy is a sign of a new battle brewing over gender stereotypes—among dads.
Since the days of bulky "brick phones" that weighed 2 pounds, mobile handsets have undergone an impressive evolution over the past four decades.
Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz snapped a "selfie" with President Barack Obama when the World Series champions visited the White House this week.
Liberty Media has unloaded most of its stake in struggling bookseller Barnes & Noble. Investors shouldn't necessarily follow its lead.
Citigroup's latest round of problems is partly due to frequent changes in leadership at the helm, according to Rafferty Capital Analyst Richard Bove.
As the housing market stages an uneven recovery, the decision to buy a home is no longer a slam dunk. Look at the factors.
A protester at a Yahoo bus in Oakland apparently vomited on the windshield from atop the bus, reports Valleywag.
The most iconic baseball wall in the U.S. is going social.
"Late Show" host David Letterman will retire in 2015, he said Thursday.
Short-seller Jim Chanos tells CNBC that investors should watch the stock price of this company for proof of a speculative bubble.
Interactive Brokers said today it will offer retail trading customers the first direct connection to Brad Katsuyama's new trading platform.
Investors are ordering a big meal as Grubhub Inc. heads for its initial public offering.
Citigroup said Gene McQuade will lead a new push to win permission from the Federal Reserve to pay higher dividends and buy back stock.
A week after the surprise exit of investment bank co-chief Mike Cavanagh, JPMorgan Chase is bracing for another management reshuffle, sources said.
Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services tells CNBC's Bob Pisani why Wall Street traders aren't very worried about Friday's employment report.
Nearly 26,500 former customers of MF Global Holdings' bankrupt brokerage will recoup all $6.7 billion they are owed, its trustee said.