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U.S. stock index futures briefly edged higher Wednesday following a better-than-expected durable goods orders report, but quickly erased gains to turn mixed again as investors remained cautious ahead of another EU summit later this week.
Take a look at some of Wednesday’s morning movers:
Can the social networking company capitalize on the information market? Vasant Dhar, NYU Stern School of Business professor, and Henry Blodget, Business Insider CEO & editor-in-chief, weigh in.
The centerpiece of Zynga's 'Unleashed' was a new way to bring together its players across all devices and platforms, what it describes as a "game lobby."
Stocks closed a choppy session higher, rallying from a morning dip but closing off the day's highs as a relief rally offered what likely will be little more than a brief respite from the turmoil ratting the market in June.
Zynga has launched "Zynga With Friends," and CNBC's Julia Boorstin discusses advertising, the mobile industry and stock value with Mark Pincus, Zynga president & CEO.
Small manufacturers are worried about the impact the "fiscal cliff" may have on their businesses, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau. Madelyn Alfano, Maria's Italian Kitchen owner and Beezer Molten, Half-Moon Outfitters founder, discuss their own strategies amid global worries.
It's rare that we purchase anything without checking out reviews, visiting Angie's List or asking friends on Facebook. How can your business reach and respond to those "hidden" buyers?
Facebook has appointed its COO Sheryl Sandberg as its first female board member. Jeff Kilburg of Kilburg Capital and CNBC's Brian Shactman, share their opinions.
While Zynga’s stock price is suffering, and user growth stalls, Neil Doshi, Citi’s interactive entertainment analyst says more mobile apps, and less Facebook reliance should get the game back on.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche and Julia Boorstin report on the latest news in social media stocks; and Jeff Kilburg of Kilburg Capital, explains why he sees a Facebook rally ahead.
In its early days, Facebook was dominated by men, and women employees were left to fend for themselves, said Katherine Losse, an ex-Facebook employee and author of a new book about Facebook's culture.
Parents can now use an array of tools to keep up with the digital lives of their children, raising new quandaries. Is surveillance the best way to protect children? Or should parents trust them to share if they are scared or bewildered by something online?
"Every company in the world is going to need a social customer service team," says Joshua March, Conversocial co-founder & CEO, discussing his plans to grow his company.
Katherine Losse, "The Boy Kings: A Journey into the Heart of the Social Network" author, discusses her early days at Facebook as one of only two female employees.
Zynga the social game maker is readying to unveil its pipeline of new games and its strategy for its next leg of growth at a big event at its San Francisco headquarters today.
Zynga is still raking in hundreds of millions of dollars from sales of virtual cattle and fish, and from other games like poker. But in recent months, the company has run into trouble as investors and game players alike have cooled on the company’s game lineup.
Dozens of banks that were involved in the initial public offering will be allowed to publish a detailed analysis of the company publicly for the first time.
The "Squawk on the Street" news team reports on today's major headlines, including Spain's borrowing costs increasing ahead of the EU Summit, Goldman Sachs getting bullish on JPMorgan and the possibility that News Corp may be splitting into two companies.
Take a look at some of Tuesday’s morning movers: