Facebook and Google were the victims of an elaborate $100 million cyber crime, according to a Fortune report.
Employees at both companies were tricked into sending the funds to overseas bank accounts, according to a report in Fortune.
WPP CEO Martin Sorrell said despite some of the brand safety issues, advertising on digital is still growing strong.
Ajit Pai, FCC chairman, discusses rolling back new net neutrality rules and internet regulation.
The struggling social-media company touted user growth as evidence it can get back on track under moonlighting boss Jack Dorsey.
Instagram has been growing like crazy since it went live in 2010, and under Facebook it has had ample resources to keep that up.
The digital ad space hasn't really evolved as much as people would like, Sun Microsystems co-founder Scott McNealy tells CNBC.
A world without ads is going to cost you. To fight it, consumers should share more personal data with internet giants, not less.
The Facebook-owned company says making the sign-up process simpler helped boost the number of users.
Online advertising has yet to see a "real breakthrough" that allows other players to compete with Facebook and Google, Scott McNealy says.
The charts for technology stocks are forming a bullish pattern that points to a breakout, according to one analyst.
Scott McNealy, Wayin executive chairman talks about the challenges of monetizing advertising on social media sites "for anyone who is not Facebook or Google."
The video was reportedly available to view for 24 hours before being taken down.
PHUKET, Thailand— The wife of a Thai man who hanged their 11- month-old daughter on Facebook Live said Wednesday her husband is the only person to blame and she bears no anger toward the social media site or the users who shared the horrific video. The video showed 20- year-old Wuttisan Wongtalay killing his child by hanging her at an abandoned hotel.
Marissa Mayer's five-year tenure at Yahoo produced few results but made her a boatload of money.
"We respect everyone's choice to act on their beliefs," a Google spokesperson wrote in a statement provided to BuzzFeed News.
Jim Cramer looks back at the Nasdaq's crash in 2000 to explain how 2017's market is different.
Unbridled optimism is nothing new in Silicon Valley. A creeping undercurrent of pessimism might be.
The dominance of tech giants in the space has also made things more difficult for investors.
Discussing big tech names as the Nasdaq hits 6,000 with Nimay Mehta, Lead Edge Capital partner, and Richard Peterson, S&P Capital IQ senior director.