Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg talks about what the company is doing to fight bias in the tech sector.
Facebook or Google? The Fast Money traders play a round of "Would you rather?"
Yahoo also posted quarterly results in line with analysts' expectations, reporting adjusted earnings of 13 cents per share.
U.S.stocks closed sharply lower Tuesday as renewed declines in oil prices weighed amid mixed reaction to some key earnings reports.
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg and Lori Goler discuss diversity in tech and what it takes to correct biases.
Discussing factors driving's Alphabet's growth, and a shift happening in the Internet industry, with Scott Devitt, Stifel Research analyst.
Where shareholders should focus in Alphabet's earnings, with Nilay Patel, The Verge editor-in-chief, and Channing Smith, Capital Advisors.
Exxon reported a steep drop in earnings as low oil prices hurt results at the world's largest publicly traded oil company.
The last time Google was more valuable than Apple was in February 2010, when both companies were worth less than $200 billion.
CNBC's Jon Fortt and Adam Grant, Wharton professor, discuss the likelihood of layoffs at Yahoo, Sheryl Sandberg's leadership and Jack Dorsey's full plate.
In other news, Google-parent Alphabet was set to pass Apple as the world's most valuable company, while the winners were declared in the Iowa caucuses.
The Facebook-owned messaging service reaches a key milestone as it searches for ways to monetize the app.
Facebook-owned WhatsApp now has a billion users, a key milestone for the social network as it searches for ways to monetize the service.
January has been a bloodbath for technology stocks, even the well regarded FANG stocks, writes Karen Tso.
A growing number of companies are taking advantage of the Super Bowl marketing blitz without committing the $5 million for a 30-second ad.
The outcome of the Iowa caucuses could impact market sentiment, as traders watch big oil earnings and car sales Tuesday.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer knows that February is historically a bad month for the stock markets. So what? Don't be misled by these myths.
U.S. stocks closed narrowly mixed, stabilizing on the first trading day of February, despite declines in oil and soft China manufacturing data.
Herb Greenberg, Pacific Square Research managing partner, and the Power Lunch team talk about Twitter as an acquisition target.
Ahead of Alphabet's earnings, the Halftime Report traders discuss if it's a buy