Mad Money host Jim Cramer took a closer look at Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Alphabet and shared why Alphabet remains the most intriguing of the group.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains what makes this week unique from the rest as earnings season winds down.
Tech companies are changing the media landscape, but don't count traditional media companies out, Ross Levinsohn says.
There is a time of reckoning coming for Silicon Valley start-ups that will result in layoffs and consolidations, Chris Sacca says.
Whatever the reaction to allegations that Facebook suppressed conservative news, it's unlikely to impact the company's bottom line, experts said.
GOP Sen. John Thune sent a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg asking about allegations of political bias, after the Gizmodo report regarding conservative content, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers.
Now, there's an exchange-traded fund looking to capitalize on millennials' emerging buying power.
Facebook is denying a Gizmodo report saying workers routinely suppressed news stories of interest to conservative readers. CNBC's Julia Boorstin has the details. Weighing in are Dennis Berman, The Wall Street Journal financial editor, and Kate Mitchell, Scale Ventures partner.
These companies achieved a rare milestone ... all by the time their CEOs reached 30 years old.
The social media giant is rejecting claims it deliberately mutes politically conservative news.
Gizmodo claims the tech company's human content curators censor stories on the platform's trending section.
Bruno Del Ama, Global X Funds CEO, talks about profiting from millennial spending habits.
Facebook is not censoring the news and trends it shows users on the site's trending section, Facebook says.
Groupon sued IBM, accusing it of infringing a patent related to technology that helps businesses solicit customers based on the customers' locations.
Allegations have surfaced against Facebook's "trending" news stories section, reports Gizmodo.
Snapchat has overtaken Twitter for the first time when it comes to installed apps on Android devices in the U.S., according to SimilarWeb.
What investors bought in April, with JJ Kinahan, TD Ameritrade Chief Strategist and managing director.
Discussing the health of app store downloads, with Bertrand Schmitt, App Annie CEO.
Farhad Monjoo, The New York Times tech reporter, discusses the atmosphere for technology companies right now.
Spiegel is building Snapchat into the new communication experience and the world seems more than happy to conform, Recode reports.