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Kenny Polcari, ICAP managing director, discusses what the Street is anticipating for Facebook's stock, and offers his views on the Fed's economic strategies.
Facebook has announced a new mobile app for Apple devices that is twice as fast as the old app. The new app should enable it to serve more advertisements, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin. Mad Money's Jim Cramer, weighs in.
Nasdaq is under harsh criticism from Citigroup, which is calling on regulators to reject Nasdaq's plan to compensate for losses related to Facebook's IPO, with the FMHR team and CNBC's Kayla Tausche. And CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis takes a look at global hot spots.
Facebook wins approval from FTC to acquire Instagram. Reuben Miller, PaRR (Policy and Regulatory Report), discusses the news with CNBC's Kayla Tausche and Carl Quintanilla.
Jay Yarow, Business Insider, offers insight on the changes taking shape in Silicon Valley.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Wednesday:
Who is to blame for Facebook's IPO debacle? Why was a company that's trading around $20 valued at $40 when it began trading? With Max Wolff, Greencrest Capital senior analyst, and Louis Kerner, Social Internet Fund manager.
Dell has made strides in its transformation efforts, yet the company is falling short of key benchmarks on its road to reinvention, analysts told CNBC Wednesday.
Should Peter Thiel be allowed to stay on Facebook's board since selling his shares. Is the criticism of Nike's $300 shoe fair? And the Candy Lady is making candy that looks like crystal meth, with CNBC's John Carney & Julia Boorstin.
Investors in social-media companies appear to be in an anti-social mood, as they bail out of stocks in the sector, especially Facebook.
How to trade on Facebook's growing pains, with Aswath Damodaran, NYU Stern School of Business and the FMHR traders, in spite of questions about the company's management.
Carly Fiorina, former HP Chairman & CEO, and Gordon Bethune, former CEO of Continental Airlines, rate Facebook and Groupon's leadership.
Jim Cramer says Peter Thiel selling a majority of his stake in Facebok is legal, but it still "smells bad."
Ron Baron, Baron Capital chairman & CEO, offers his view on Facebook. "They can know more about everybody than anyone else can," he says. "We haven't decided whether or not we are going to invest in it. It is an attractive business in my opinion." Mario Gabelli, GAMCO Investors, also weighs in.
"A lot of these directors don't own these stock," says Mario Gabelli, GAMCO Investors, commenting on Facebook director Peter Thiel selling a majority of his Facebook stock. "He still has $200 million worth of stock... What's wrong with that?"
Andrew Tonner, Technology and Media Financial Editor at The Motley Fool says that there's nothing pretty for Dell in the U.S., especially as consumers go mobile.
Men now aspire to do what women have aspired to for a long time —spend a month’s grocery bill to cover up their feet. The latest proof is the Lebron X shoes expected from Nike, which carry a pricetag of $315.
Ben Barr, CNET columnist, explains why we need more time before we blame founder Mark Zuckerberg for Facebook's problems, while Chris Whalen, Tangent Capital Partners, disagrees.
Early Facebook investor Peter Thiel is not a long-term investor in the company and should step down from the company's board of directors, an analyst at Wedbush Securities said Tuesday.