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Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Tuesday:
The Securities and Exchange Commission says companies can use social media sites to release "key information" as long as they inform investors in advance. Business Wire CEO Cathy Baron Tamraz discusses red flags with the new policy.
Think of it as Facebook for the office—social networks that connect co-workers and increase productivity. It's an already-crowded space, but relative newcomer Unison Technologies is hoping to stand out.
Citi filed a claim with Nasdaq for losses associated with Facebook's glitch-plagued IPO last May, according to sources.
Kevin Landis, FirstHand Funds, discusses the opportunities available in tapping into public and private mobility companies, and investing in smart phone blue chips.
Instagram's mobile application is experiencing all sorts of bugginess this week. Even worse, Instagram's two tweets on the "system issues" have now been deleted.
HTC, the Taiwanese mobile maker, announced profits hit a record low in the first quarter and one analyst told CNBC that a new tie-in with Facebook has little potential in resurrecting the company's fortunes.
BlackBerry won "Squawk Box Money Madness" in a landslide with 63 percent of the nearly 16,000 votes cast on our Facebook page and our Squawk.CNBC.com show page.
Forget Facebook's poke. Mobile dating applications are making it easier than ever for singles to break the ice.
Facebook's new Home application for Android devices may put the social giant at further odds with Google.
Stocks closed well off their lows Friday, but the S&P 500 and Nasdaq still logged their worst one-week declines this year, pressured by a disappointing March unemployment report in addition to ongoing jitters over North Korea.
Here are stocks that helped lead the S&P 500 index to new all-time highs but currently face significant business challenges. The Fiscal Times reports.
Blogging tidbits, insights and some sarcasm on the Week That Was and the Week to Come from the notepad of the senior executive producer of "Squawk Box."
The SEC has thrown another curve ball at investor relations professionals across the land. The IR folks, are the people who have to share corporate news - a daunting task that requires a herculean effort on the best of days. Now, throw social media into the mix!
An online phenomenon lets people rent, lend or trade almost anything to complete strangers, NBC says.
Chien-Wen Tong, senior account planner at JWT, explains Facebook's new 'Super App' and discusses whether or not it will be a success.
The disappointing jobs report is weighing on heavily on tech stocks today, with CNBC's Seema Mody. And it could get worse next week, as earnings season starts, she says.
As it intensifies its push into groceries and perishable foods, Wal-Mart Stores is betting it can take on these labor-intensive categories by adding efficiency, not bodies.
Rivals NYSE Euronext and Nasdaq OMX Group both claim that to have listed the most IPOs in the first quarter, while Thomson Reuters' data shows the two exchange operators as being tied.
After three weeks and 16 stocks, two remain. Apple faces BlackBerry in the Squawk Stock Championship matchup. Vote on our Facebook page to crown Apple or BlackBerry our Stock Champ!