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Snapchat's security woes may be another app company's chance to cash in.
One official likened the damage to what you'd expect to see from a hurricane.
Twitter and Walt Disney among the headlines after the bell Wednesday.
Twitter reported quarterly results that exceeded Wall Street expectations Wednesday, but shares still slumped sharply in extended-hours trading.
Facebook's new Paper app may look like Flipboard, but gesture-based navigation and other features could make it a game changer for the social network.
Apex Capital wrote a scathing letter on Feb. 3 to the board of MicroStrategy, calling for a new CEO and various corporate changes.
With Twitter shares up more than 150% since its IPO, the pressure is on for the company to deliver in its first earnings report.
What will the nasty forces in this market do to you next? The magnificent seven may help you fight back.
Discussing the future of Facebook, with Mike Isaac, senior editor at Re/code, and Neil Doshi, CRT Capital.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on how Facebook plans to stay relevant for another 10 years among different demographics.
Yep, it's been 10 years since Mark Zuckerberg launched "The Facebook" from his Harvard dorm. Here are 10 ways it changed our lives.
Facebook debuted 10 years ago. CNBC's Julia Boorstin looks at the evolution of the social network.
The company also said Bill Gates would step aside as chairman of the board.
As Facebook celebrates its 10th birthday, CEO Mark Zuckerberg told NBC's "Today" the service is not just for teenagers.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sat down with the "Today Show's" Savannah Guthrie to discuss teen usage of his company's website.
Bridget Carey, senior editor at CNET, argues that users' data is "the core" of facebook's money-making business and says the group understands it needs to "evolve to stay relevant."
While you were uploading baby pictures, Facebook was quietly becoming Twitter. #interesting
After sifting through a mountain of quarterly reports, Cramer thinks there are a few important takeaways.
Sure there was talk of women's issues at Davos but this female CEO says one of the questions she got asked a lot was: Are you here as a spouse?
Google's profits could explode if they figure out the best way to monetize YouTube, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Friday.