CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Jon Najarian bought shares of Charles Schwab on Wednesday after spotting unusual activity in the options market.
Competition rises in the local-business reviews space as the tech giant launches a similar feature.
Jason Moser, analyst at The Motley Fool, says the market is only concerned with Twitter's user growth statistics and do not realize its potential.
The Fed could vote to raise interest rates Wednesday, and "Fast Money" traders outlined their best ideas to play the move.
To help the Fed out, we came up with some options for how it can spend down $4.5 trillion.
Silicon Valley is crowded with app creators, software developers and coders, but one start-up shines a bit brighter than the rest.
Many of the hottest tech start-ups weren't around the last time the Fed's benchmark rate was above zero. They'd better be getting ready.
Donating stock as a form of charity is not as popular as cash donations, but it is gaining steam — and for good reason.
A new proposal would require anyone under 16 years old to get parental consent for using the Internet.
U.S. stocks closed higher Monday, helped by a pause in the oil price slide amid continued concerns about the high-yield debt market.
Fundstrat Global Advisors' Tom Lee explains why you should short "FANG" stocks in 2016.
Jon Najarian, who nailed the Jarden-Newell Rubbermaid buyout, bought shares of these stocks after spotting unusual activity in the options market.
The venture capital funding gap is real for women entrepreneurs. How one "Shark Tank" investor is out to change that.
Samsung has won the most U.S. utility patents this year, according to a new report.
More big brands are eyeing Snapchat as a place to advertise and engage consumers.
High-flying FANG stocks — Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, and Google (now Alphabet) — may seem appealing, but experts are split.
Why one technician thinks shares of Facebook could soon soar into uncharted territory.
Virtual reality and robots could soon become more commonplace in U.S. homes in if recent predictions for 2016 play out.
Flipagram said Thursday that it's expanding the length of those stories to 60 seconds, the longest for a social mobile app.
As shopping moves from physical stores to mobile phones, retailers are turning to music to keep consumers engaged.