With recent market leaders all significantly off their highs, is Netflix the next momentum name to fall?
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A study released by Facebook says users are ditching "laugh out loud" in favor of other laughter expressions.
Adobe is the latest technology company to offer a generous parental leave policy. But will your employer follow suit?
Google will relaunch Android One, placing the goal of delivering a sub-$50 device at the heart of an investment push in India, the FT reports.
As it enters its 2nd decade, can YouTube—and some of the stars that made their name on the platform—be as big a hit on mobile?
Big media's strategies for adapting to the fast-growing over-the-top service model could be making their troubles worse.
"Fast Money" traders eyed Macy's, Target and Deckers for potential buying opportunities.
Messaging app Snapchat has been ramping up its political presence during the past few months, and Super PACs are now getting in on the action.
More companies, from L'Oreal to Pandora, are embracing relaxation techniques for their employees and clients.
Hackers are taking advantage of vulnerability in Apple's iOS mobile operating system to install malicious software disguised as popular apps.
China's top Web companies are flooding the U.S. start-up market with cash. One of those businesses is causing an investor revolt.
Data from Axioma show that the most concentrated risk in the Nasdaq 100 is confined to the top six stocks.
Ahead of the first GOP presidential debates, Donald Trump has ridden an unprecedented social media wave, says the former Mitt Romney digital director.
"Fast Money" traders digested earnings from Walt Disney, 21st Century Fox and CBS, among other media players.
Jim Cramer made a direct correlation between new millennial behavior, and stocks that soared Wednesday.
Tech start-ups close gender gaps with inclusive company cultures.
As presidential hopefuls aspire to win the approval of young voters, they’re turning to mobile video and virtual reality to get their message across.
The "Halftime Report" traders give three under-the-radar trades for the second half of the day.
Facebook is unveiling a live streaming tool for public figures, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.