The market knew it would be ugly. Now, it's clear just how much havoc the strong dollar is wreaking on corporate America.
After more than 15 billion "Shazams," the company that makes the music identification app, is now worth more than $1 billion.
Start-ups are raising monster private rounds for a reason. Look at how Twitter's Dick Costolo failed to placate antsy public investors.
After years advising CEOs to let employees telecommute, this HR consultant decided to take her own counsel and ditch office space for good.
At E3, the annual convention of the video game industry, virtual reality is about to take center stage.
O'Neal's site posted an entry questioning whether or not the terrorist attacks were an "inside job," the New York Post reports.
"This is a company and a brand that's got ubiquitous reach, but a lot of execution challenges," RBC's Mark Mahaney says.
Neil Campling, global TMT analyst at Aviate Global, explains why Facebook is still the winner compared to Twitter, when looking at its platform, technology and team.
Embattled Twitter CEO Dick Costolo will step down on July 1, and "Fast Money" traders believe that bodes well for its stock.
Twitter announced that it is removing the 140-character limit from Direct Messages set to launch in July.
Shareholder Julie Goodridge says Facebook's shareholder voting structure makes it look like FB went public so its insiders could get rich.
U.S. stocks closed slightly higher, extending the prior day's rebound, as negative news out of Greece counterbalanced a good retail sales report.
Facebook shareholder Julie Goodridge, NorthStar Asset Management CEO, wants to change stockholder voting to give each share an equal vote.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports Oculus VR revealed the consumer version of Oculus Rift, which will cost $1,500.
Discussing the outlook for Facebook's stock, with "Fast Money" contributor Jon Najarian, and Aaron Kessler, Raymond James svp.
A preview of Facebook's annual shareholder meeting, with CNBC's Jon Fortt.
As Rupert Murdoch prepares to leave his position at 21st Century Fox, Warren Buffett would increase his lead as oldest CEO in the S&P 500.
Tim Merel, Digi-Capital, weighs in on the future of virtual reality and discusses his prediction on the Oculus Rift.
Top of the agenda is a debate over whether the fact that Facebook is controlled by CEO Mark Zuckerberg is good for investors.
Colin Sebastian, Robert W. Baird & Company, forecasts what to expect from Facebook as Oculus is expected to unveil a device at a conference today.