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While one pro believes Facebook will ultimately die, it can do several things to make its time on Earth more pleasant and profitable. Here are five ways. TheStreet.com reports.
There are few reasons to consider Facebook a buy-and-hold stock, “Fast Money” pro Joe Terranova said Thursday.
Word that Facebook is developing a “want” button makes the stock a “buy,” Piper Jaffray’s Gene Munster said Thursday on CNBC.
Another top executive at Zynga is leaving the company, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
United flights were operating normally after a system outage Tuesday. Some tips for getting faster service and minimizing frustration during an outage.
RealNetworks, an online media pioneer, told employees it would lay off 14 percent of the staff. But instead of trying to keep it private, the founder posted the news to his Facebook page.
Within a few years, Amazon.com’s creative destruction of both traditional book publishing and retailing may be footnotes to the company’s larger and more secretive goal: giving anyone on the planet access to an almost unimaginable amount of computing power.
With Facebook rolling out more ads and Twitter cracking down on developers, new opportunities are being created for innovative disruptors, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Trulia is the latest website daring the public to buy its shares, hoping to raise $75 million in the very competitive world of real estate listings. TheStreet.com reports.
Facebook wants to improve its 'horri-bad' Android app. The way to do it? Make Facebook employees use Android phones, The Christian Science Monitor reports.
The company is trying to find ways to show lucrative ads to mobile users without cluttering up their hand-held screens and driving them away in frustration.
Stephan Paternot, Actarus Funds, and Kevin Ryan, Gilt Groupe CEO, discuss the battle between Silicon Valley and Wall Street.
Stocks ended near session lows Thursday, with all key S&P sectors finishing in the red, amid fears over the weak global economy and as optimism over further stimulus the Federal Reserve diminished.
One family was recently charged $370 to print boarding passes for their Ryanair flight in Europe. Will these fees spread to more airlines?
Some entrepreneurs like blogger Perez Hilton have hired their mothers. See whether hiring a trusted relative is right business move for your venture.
Rebuilding operations after a attack is no easy task. Some suggestions for engineering a cyber gameplan that's right for your business.
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.
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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.