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In his quest for stock ideas, Jim Cramer often turns to entrepreneurs on the cutting edge.
The Nasdaq staged a more than 2 percent rally back from the brink of correction territory Tuesday in the biggest one day turnaround in five years.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
In a world where it's considered odd if you're not on Facebook, the sheer power and dominance of the social networking site is strikingly clear.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell: Facebook, Pep Boys and more.
U.S. stocks rose on Monday, with equities rebounding from the S&P 500's worst week since 2012.
Google did not disclose a purchase price for Titan, whose solar-powered drones are intended to fly for years, the paper said.
Apple stock or shares of Twitter? Josh Brown and Jon Najarian face off.
The FMHR traders discuss reports Facebook will allow users to store and exchange money on the site.
Stronger earnings at Citigroup, the best retail sales gain in 18 months and dovish European Central bankers combined to turn the tide for stocks.
CNBC's Jon Fortt and Jon Steinberg, BuzzFeed president & COO, discusses Facebook's reported plans for an e-money service that lets people store money on the social networking site. If approved the service would be valid throughout most of Europe.
In a job advertisement, a Dutch cleaning company is calling for white people only: "Only whites need apply," stirring debate about the past.
The Financial Times is reporting Facebook is weeks away from obtaining regulatory approval in Ireland for a service that would allow users to store money on the social website, with CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin.
Facebook is readying itself to provide financial services in the form of remittances and electronic money.
U.N. Security Council has called an emergency meeting at Russia's request to discuss the growing crisis
As Instagram tries to make money, it finds itself in some ways competing with its own users for ad dollars.
A leading Internet analyst makes his case that investors might want to consider buying the fallout in Facebook, Google, eBay and Priceline.
The fastest growing messaging application in the world told CNBC they are struggling to break into the world's second largest economy.
Activists who campaigned for the ouster of Mozilla's CEO over an anti-gay marriage donation he made may have inadvertently opened a Pandora's Box.
U.S. stocks fell Thursday, with Wall Street pausing after a two-session win streak.