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In this week's recap of the market’s "most dangerous" businesses, companies descend from the business page to the gossip sheet.
Both had major shareholders sell big stakes after turnaround battles, yet each episode left a decidedly different taste in the mouth of the market.
Stocks closed near session lows on the final trading day of August, with the Dow and S&P 500 posting their worst monthly declines since May 2012, as investors held off making large bets ahead of a long holiday weekend amid escalating worries over Syria.
U.S. stock index futures hovered around the flatline Friday as month-end buyers stepped in and as fears of imminent military action against Syria eased.
Microsoft is in talks with social networking company Foursquare about a possible investment, Bloomberg reported on Thursday.
Facebook is considering incorporating most of its 1 billion-plus members' profile photos into its growing facial recognition database, expanding the technology's scope.
Some of Mark Zuckerberg's mutual fund backers delivered a tough message on compensation for the leaders of Facebook.
Thursday marks 10 years since the launch of Skype, the calling software that may rank as the most successful internet company to come out of Europe.
Stocks finished in positive territory Wednesday, reversing two-straight sessions of losses, as the energy sector jumped on rising oil prices amid speculation of a U.S.-led military strike on Syria.
This brand-new mobile application lets you snap photos from your iPhone's front and back cameras in one post.
Twitter is focused on a larger commerce play on Twitter itself, and hiring Hubbard will focus on building a platform, to draw in retail partners to sell physical and digital goods.
U.S. regulators have asked Nasdaq OMX Group and NYSE Euronext to come up with a timeline of Thursday's three-hour trading disruption, sources said Monday.
Government agents in 74 countries demanded information on about 38K Facebook users in the first half of this year, the company said Tuesday.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
To paraphrase from a popular movie: A million dollars isn't cool. You know what's REALLY cool? One hundred billion dollars.
Shares of Tesla Motors are now overextended, according to Stephen Weiss.
CNBC's Seema Mody reports the biggest movers from the Nasdaq including Facebook, Tesla, and Apple.
"This is a momentum market," Stephen Weiss says.
Momentum appears ready to take shares of Facebook higher through next quarter, Stephen Weiss of Short Hills Capital says.
Facebook is taking physical gifts off the table and moving entirely to digitally redeemable gifts and cards.