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Here are Wednesday's morning movers.
Facebook To Be Added to Nasdaq 100, Big Lots Chief Probed by SEC, Netflix Scores Massive Disney Deal, Clerks Bring L.A. Port to a Halt, Pandora CEO Blames Advertiser Caution, Fiscal Cliff for Downbeat Guidance.
Stocks finished slightly lower across the board Tuesday after wavering in a narrow range for most of the session as investors remained cautious amid the ongoing "fiscal cliff" discussions in Washington.
It’s been a tough slog in Cubeville the past few years but don’t cry in that beer you had to buy with your own money just yet – the office holiday party is making a comeback!
Someone claiming to be a Wall Street pro wants to outsource management of his online dating pursuits through Craigslist.
Facebook is no longer limiting its Messenger app to users only, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
The United States spent 121 billion minutes on social media sites in July 2012 alone.
NetNet's Carney predicts a move by the JPM chief and a Wall St. bust.
LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter forecasts.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the company is using an easy sign-up app to draw more people to its social network.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports Facebook's mobile messaging app is now open to non-Facebook members.
Facebook has a new plan to grow its user base—and mobile revenue—by expanding the reach of its mobile messenger app.
Facebook privacy campaign group europe-v-facebook plans to sue the social network in Ireland,it said on Tuesday.
On Friday, Facebook shares closed 2.5 percent higher to finish November 48 percent off the month's lows. However, one option trader took advantage of this strength by making a bearish bet.
Car makers are revving up big sales, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau and Jim Hall, 2953 Analytics.
Facebook posts its biggest monthly gain since its IPO in November, with Aswath Damodaran, NYU Finance and the FMHR traders.
Winemaking is experimenting with social media, iPhone apps and other digital advances to lift sales and solidify customer relations.
Facebook is pushing users to sync all of their mobile photos to the site.
Companies are seeking concessions from states and cities to keep jobs local, and the giveaways are adding up to a big bill for taxpayers. The NYT reports.
At least for the moment, RIM is the beneficiary of a wave of newfound optimism that is catapulting its stock from the 52-week low it hit on Sept 24.