The resort chain thinks the tool could create a more productive workplace.
Corporate insiders have been selling their shares at near-record levels. Could this be a sign for outside investors to start selling as well?
Facebook has revealed Club Med as its latest partner on Facebook at Work, a service due to become widely available in 2016.
In Jim Cramer's experience, Wednesday's sell-off can only be explained as a preparation for a rate hike.
Small businesses are really using Facebook their destination website for customers, explains Carolyn Everson, Facebook VP of marketing, in discussing consumer trends on mobile and the Internet.
The CNBC All-America Economic Survey asked the public what one stock they would gift to a loved one or a friend this holiday season.
Netflix and Amazon have the hottest TV shows of the year and are also the best performing U.S. stocks of 2015.
Just two CEOs of companies in the S&P 500 hold shares in their companies worth more than Zuckerberg's stake in Facebook.
Value stocks are poised to outperform growth names as interest rates rise slowly but steadily next year, analysts tell CNBC.
Returns within the S&P 500 are concentrated in a handful of its largest stocks, an alarming trend not seen since the dot-com bust.
Twitter confirmed on Tuesday it is testing a timeline format for its tweets, calling it an experiment.
Alphabet's YouTube, Facebook and Twitter on fighting ISIS and terrorists with the government and law enforcement.
Bloc's first cyber-security law will require Internet firms such as Google and Amazon to report serious breaches or face sanctions.
Ann Winblad, whose CNBC Pro model portfolio is up over 20% this year, shares her favorite stocks along with her investment approach.
Celebrities are taking endorsement deals to a new level by becoming part of a brand's management team--but with mixed results.
Stockpile.com is now selling a physical gift card for shares of stock.
One shooter in the San Bernardino attack posted pro-ISIS comments on Facebook, should all postings like that be reported?
The technological savvy of terrorist organizations is on the rise, with many popular apps among the platforms being co-opted by ISIS.
The tech giant opens up its live video broadcast service to all users.
Facebook is opening its live video streaming service to everyone, the company said, as it looks to take on Twitter-owned Periscope and Meerkat.