No matter what happens to the markets on Monday, there's going to be a lot of action in Apple either way.
Ripple, a geocentric social media start-up, is looking to make your posts more important than Kim Kardashian's.
Snapchat may be the best-known Los Angeles-based start-up, but there are many young LA companies that are start-up stars in the making.
The majority of technology index components—more than 63 percent—are trading down more than 10 percent from yearly highs.
Stocks skidded Friday, on the back of weaker commodities, and appear to be heading for the biggest correction in at least the last year.
Media stocks have been tanking on concerns that ad dollars are moving online. But the shift brings another problem: The growth of ad blocking.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final thoughts of the day.
Stocks limp into Friday technically weakened and vulnerable to more selling.
Eight big-name companies from the S&P 500 are currently trading at or near record highs, but should you sell the rip?
The company said Thursday it'll let advertisers share promoted videos and promoted tweets to the full 700 million people in its MoPub network.
Traders are worried collateral damage from global market weakness, including a high yield debt fallout and selloff even in better performing sectors.
Subway took a hit losing its spokesman Jared to scandal. So, is it better to use a pitch dog like Snoopy?
It's no surprise that tech entrepreneurs dominate the list of the world's 20 wealthiest individuals under the age of 35, according to Wealth-X.
The 3-year-old start-up had a loss of $128 million and generated just $3 million in revenue last year, according to documents obtained by Gawker.
Messaging bubble? Kik just gained some steam in the competitive mobile messenger space.
Here's why Google's Alphabet reorg was a really smart move, says former Medtronic CEO Bill George.
From Malala Yousafzai to Mark Zuckerberg, CNBC profiles millennials whose deeds have shaped and shaken the world we live in today.
Tencent has picked up a $50 million stake in Canadian chat app Kik, an investment that values Kik at more than $1 billion.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer says this market trend is powering stocks higher, but this isn't the way to play it.
Jim Cramer tells investors to stop praying for a Twitter takeover and lays out the real reason to own stocks.