U.S. stocks finished lower on Friday weighed by Amazon's weak earnings and Visa's lowered outlook, in addition to ongoing geopolitical concerns.» Read More
Online travel service company Kayak Software priced its initial public offering at $26 a share, above the expected range of $22 to $25.
The software company reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations, though revenue came in just under expectations. Shares rose after-hours.
Insight on the latest earnings results from big tech giants like Microsoft and Google, with Andres Garcia-Amaya, JPMorgan Funds; Ben Pace, Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Mgmt.; Roger Kay, Endpoint Technologies Associates; and David Pearl, Epoch Investment Partners co-CIO.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer discusses the details of his interview with U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara at the "Delivering Alpha" conference yesterday. Catherine Mann, Brandeis International, and CNBC's Herb Greenberg discuss whether Bharara can help restore investors' faith in the stock market.
Morgan Stanley’s big second-quarter earnings miss is a result of abysmal trading results and not a botched initial public offering of Facebook shares.
This year, parents are saying they are planning on spending more on back-to-school supplies despite the tough economic times.
After the biggest initial public offering in history, Facebook has disappointed investors large and small. Zynga, Facebook's big driver in traffic, is performing more like a lead zeppelin than a Led Zeppelin.
Technology used to identify people in photos has become widespread. At a Senate hearing on facial recognition software, Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., said he was concerned that law enforcement may misuse the technology.
Election time will be here soon and now some citizens will be able to register to vote on Facebook.
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Online travel service company Kayak Software is likely to raise its price range when its initial public offering is priced this week, sources told CNBC.
One of the hot topics the venture capitalists, entrepreneurs and executives have been buzzing about at Fortune's Brainstorm Tech conference is marketplaces.
Nasdaq CEO Bob Greifeld has taken a lot of heat over Facebook's IPO flop, and CNBC's Eamon Javers discusses a former CIA interrogator's analysis of Griefeld's non-verbal communication when he answered questions regarding the IPO.
Perhaps the biggest news out of the interview was the fact that Zynga spacer is "actively exploring real money gaming" — i.e. gambling. This could be a massive new source of revenue for Zynga, which has a hugely popular online Poker game.
Facebook isn't keeping it's users very satisfied, in fact, they are finding more reasons to (dis) like the social network, according to a recent report.
A veteran CIA "deception detector" reviewed videotapes of high-profile financial figures — based on years of drawing confessions from spies. Here are his findings.
No matter who you are, if you qualify for a home loan, you’re going to get an historically low interest rate on your mortgage in the current market. But unless you’re a billionaire, it won’t be as low as Mark Zuckerberg’s, the Christian Science Monitor reports.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
Living Social Chief Executive Tim O'Shaughnessy faces a big question: is he preparing to bring his daily deals company public? I sat down with him at Fortune's Brainstorm:Tech conference.
Thinking of steering clear of this unstable stock market? The "Mad Money" host says think again.