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The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Some of Wednesday's midday movers:
The mover of large Internet files has begun a PR offensive to show it's an innovative tech platform, not just a place for sharing pirated content.
Wine sales are soaring. How do investors get in on the action (besides drinking)? Todd Schoenberger raises a glass and offers up some advice.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The idea of giving to those in need seems to have become buried under a pile of boxes and wrapping paper. It's social media to the rescue.
An epic battle between two passengers on a US Airways flight over Thanksgiving unfolded on Twitter. Too bad it was all a hoax.
Mark Mahaney, Internet Analyst at RBC Capital Markets explains what's driving the shoppers' migration from offline to online with mobile platform also gathering pace.
Black Friday retail sales may have been more sizzle than steak. Traffic was up, but spending was down.
A company that just settled data 'snooping' charges with New Jersey made only $2,500 for selling 400,000 individuals' data—16 cents a person.
Online giving is becoming an increasingly important source for charities. One reason: Soliciting small donations through crowdfunding.
If you just decided to join the Black Friday crunch but didn't prepare well, don't despair: Just pick up your smartphone.
There's been a huge upheaval in the media landscape. BuzzFeed's Jon Steinberg weighs in on what the future will look like.
It’s time for the Lightning Round. Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
Twitter and Facebook are trying to use their unique features to draw in companies such as REI and Best Buy.
Dissecting how investors should play social media, with Colin Sebastian of Robert W. Baird & Co. and Bruno del Ama of Global X Funds.
U.S. tech companies could lose their exemption from privacy rules unless the U.S. changes the way it treats EU citizens' online data, the FT reports.
A growing group of social and mobile Web services are poised to become the next Facebook. Just ask them.
It could take a year to secure the risk of "high exposures" of personal information on the federal Obamacare online exchange, a cybersecurity expert told CNBC.
Wall Street money is starting to worry that it feels like 1999 all over again, with another tech bubble looming around the corner. The NYT reports.