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It rained in Southern California this weekend. However—and stop me if you've heard this one before—it wasn't nearly enough to cure the drought.
Facebook said service to the world's largest online social network was fully restored on Friday, following a widespread outage that affected users in multiple countries.
Typically Cramer likes to scale into a new position when stocks sell off. But not right now, save for this stock.
Ron Insana says he expects a near-term correction. He's out of stocks and has taken short positions.
Paul Meeks, who ran two technology-based mutual funds in the 1990s, recalls the perks and perils of the dot-com boom and bust.
Silicon Valley is "alive and well," but the level of prosperity depends on the tech sector, Oracle Chairman Jeffrey Henley tells CNBC.
Some of Wednesday's midday movers:
Bankers and MBAs are increasingly moving into the tech sector—and tech companies are ready for them.
Snapchat is reported to be in talks with Alibaba and other investors for a round of financing that may value it at up to $10 billion.
Twitter stock's jumped 30 percent after growth in its user base soothed concerns about its future, but some analysts remain skeptical.
Twitter jumped sharply on Tuesday after the social media company easily topped earnings and revenue expectations.
The new generation of Internet stocks couldn't be more different those in 1999, veteran industry watchers say.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
The FMHR traders, and Zach Seward of Quartz, discuss whether Facebook or Twitter has more upside.
Are Facebook and Twitter just "apples and oranges?" Zach Seward of Quartz, shares his opinions, and the FMHR traders weigh in.
FedEx hired attorneys who represented Barry Bonds to defend against charges that it knowingly shipped packages from illegal pharmacies.
With Twitter at $38, Cramer says earnings will speak volumes to the Street. But you have to know what to listen for.
Twitter will face some tough scrutiny from investors when it reports earnings after the bell on Tuesday.
Henry Blodget and Steve Milunovich say history is not repeating itself when it comes to tech stocks' valuations.
David Seaburg, Cowen & Company, and Chris Dessi, Silverback Social, debate the play Twitter. Seaburg says user growth is decelerating and does not have the motorization means that Facebook does.