The summer's No. 1 stock so far has been undeniable, but you might not have notice the others on this list, USA Today reports.» Read More
The Google play is either take profits or sell it short, right?
Zynga's up nearly 9 percent as it reduces reliance on Amazon's web services and prepares to launch new games. CNBC's Julia Boorstin has the latest on social media stocks.
Memo to social networking junkies: in the digital age, there really is no such thing as privacy, unless you're willing to work for it.
Amazon.com has strengths that make it a long-term investment, Business Insider's Henry Blodget says.
Sure another DC debacle may be looming, but Jim Cramer refuses to get bogged down by it.
Stocks kicked off the first trading day of 2013 with a sharp 2-percent rally across the board fueled by the last-minute budget deal by lawmakers to avert the "fiscal cliff" that would have pushed the economy into recession.
Technical analyst JC O'Hara expects a big move higher for Facebook's stock but John Stephenson doesn't like the fundamentals. (2:43)
2012 will go down in the record books as a good year for investors. But to give us more insight into what might lie ahead, perhaps it's better to delve into the world of the IPO market.
Facebook is flying higher while LinkedIn is one of the few stocks in the red today, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Take a look at some of Wednesday's midday movers:
U.S. stock index futures indicated a sharply higher open for Wall Street’s first trading day of 2013, after the U.S. House of Representatives finally approved a bill to avert the "fiscal cliff."
Stocks finished the final trading day of 2012 with a sharp rally, as optimistic remarks from Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell and President Barack Obama overshadowed the possibility that the U.S. could go over the "fiscal cliff" at the end of the night.
Several apps released this year quickly joined the ranks of the top downloaded and revenue grossing apps of the year so what were they?
Foursquare knows people are up in arms about privacy which might be why it made some of its new privacy changes optional.
We nearly ran out of Twinkies and bacon, and Snooki from the “Jersey Shore” gave birth – all apocalyptic signs if there ever were any – and yet, the world didn’t end in 2012. Here’s a look back at some of the weirder moments of 2012 and what we learned from each one.
CNBC's Kate Kelly rounds up the top IPO trends of 2012, the largest year in dollar volume since 2007, and what investors can look forward to next year.
U.S. stock futures shot higher after Senator Bob Corker expressed some optimism that a budget deal could be reached sometime today as lawmakers in Washington scrambled to strike a last-minute deal to avert the "fiscal cliff."
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
In the wake of the Instagram backlash, growing privacy concerns may spur social media companies to rethink advertising-based revenue models.
China unveiled tighter Internet controls on Friday, legalizing the deletion of posts or pages which are deemed to contain "illegal" information.