The rally has been led by disliked and damaged names, favoring dumpster-diving investors.
Betting on beaten-down stocks with potential for outsized returns.
What social media platforms do college students use most? Are any "dead" to them? Check out CNBC's social media on campus series.
Social media isn't just an episode of CSI with selfies and stalkers, says college student Haylee Millikan. A lot of good can come from it.
The Mobile World Congress kicks off next week in Barcelona, Spain, where companies will be showcasing new devices and apps.
If you want to be angry about privacy loss, focus it on corporations like Apple and Google, not law enforcement, says this former FBI official.
Two tech CEOs have come out in support of Tim Cook's strong stance against the FBI requesting information from a San Bernardino shooter's iPhone.
U.S. stock futures are pointing to a modestly higher open and the potential for a fourth day of gains.
This is the time to buy quality growth names.
The "Fast Money Halftime Report" traders discuss new trades in the battle for the trader of the year title.
Discussing growth trends among Internet stocks, including Priceline, Amazon, Alphabet and Facebook, with Mark Mahaney, RBC Capital Markets lead Internet analyst.
After years of high-profile crime, local police are trying to create safer places to exchange purchases.
Big tech stocks and some unicorns may be faltering but there is still money to be made in tech, says VC David Hirsch.
Investors should avoid high momentum stocks as the market rotation to value has begun, according to JPMorgan's Dubravko Lakos-Bujas.
CNBC's Scott Wapner checks on the status of the Halftime Portfolio battle.
It's Carl Icahn's 80th birthday. He's made an average of $581,793 each day he's been alive.
Robert Safian, Fast Company editor, unveils this year's list of the world's most innovative companies and discusses what sets them apart from their peers. They have created a culture of learning, says Safian.
The rapper wants the Facebook chief executive to invest $1 billion into his 'ideas.'
Louisa Bojesen found a great way to start discovering how lots and lots of people are reacting during bonanza market moves.
The NBA is the first professional sports league to surpass 1 billion likes and followers across its social media platforms.