College applicants are cleaning up their online profiles in case admissions officers look at it, the New York Times reports.» Read More
Facebook will show off something new next week, but it's being mysterious about what exactly it plans to unveil.
Ahead of a scheduled announcement from Facebook, Rosecliff Capital's Mike Murphy says he expects big growth.
Take a look at some of Wednesday's midday movers:
Ahead of a scheduled announcement from Facebook, Rosecliff Capital's Mike Murphy explains why he's bullish long-term on the social media giant.
Todd Dagres, Spark Capital founder & general partner, discusses where he is finding the next hot investment opportunities.
CNBC's Gary Kaminsky discusses which five companies going public will be likely winners.
Zuckerberg sis Randi showed up at the Consumer Electronic Show ... singing.
Does social media still have room to run? CNBC's Julia Boorstin caught up with the CEO of Salesforce.com, Marc Benioff, and got his reaction on how Facebook and Twitter are impacting business.
U.S. stock index futures were higher Wednesday after Dow component Alcoa kicked off the earnings season on a positive note.
Budweiser is rolling out Budweiser Crown Black to retailers on Jan. 21, in advance of a big promotional push that will include a thirty-second spot during Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday, Feb. 3. Can lightning strike twice?
Entrepreneurs no longer view taking their company public the pinnacle of success, SecondMarket's CEO told CNBC.
LocalResponse CEO Nihal Mehta, talks about his latest advertising venture which allows advertisers to respond to social media moments.
Barry Silbert, Founder & CEO of SecondMarket, discusses who will be the likely standouts in 2013, and which companies are in the IPO pipeline.
Nihal Mehta made a 60 second pitch to convince potential investors his marketing start-up has what it takes to succeed.
Megafon’s $1.7 billion share offering raised eyebrows last year when Goldman Sachs pulled out as lead bookrunner close to launch – but the investment bank has now issued a “buy” rating on the stock.
To Facebook bulls, mobile advertising is now making the company a screaming buy. TheStreet.com reports.
The outlines of a new industry are emerging as a few crowdfunding startups find ways to raise money for Main Street-type businesses that typically wouldn't interest private investors.
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.