Zio Ziegler, a 26-year-old painter, makes millions painting murals for big-time tech companies, including Facebook and Google.
Discussing his 2015 outlook for Yahoo, Victor Anthony, Topeka Capital Markets, says from a user perspective Yahoo is becoming a stronger platform and there is big opportunity for Tumblr.
Facebook is at the epicenter of a secular shift in mobile, says Colin Sebastian, Robert W. Baird, discussing the social network's outlook for 2015 and ad competition with Google.
Price competition might be a good thing for the consumer, but Jim Cramer recommends running far from the stocks—especially in this sector.
Some of Monday midday movers:
The tech sector's lack of diversity has been widely chronicled. So how do companies like Google, Apple and Facebook solve the problem?
Some of Friday midday movers:
Citi increased its price target on Facebook, and Oppenheimer initiated coverage on Twitter with a neutral rating. FMHR traders Pete Najarian and Stephen Weiss, discuss their view of the names.
Fewer teenagers are using Facebook, according to a new report. Here's where they're going.
Citigroup's Mark May, explains what factors were behind Citi raising its valuation of Instagram from $19 billion to $35 billion.
CNBC's Jim Cramer and David Faber discuss the note by Citi where they raised Instagram's valuation to $35 billion up from $19 billion citing faster audience growth.
Citigroup thinks Instagram is now worth about 49 times what Facebook paid for it two years ago, raising the value of the combined company.
Discussing Facebook and Twitter, Nihal Mehta, founding general partner at Eniac Partners says that Twitter is "dramatically undervalued", whilst consumers are suffering "too much saturation" to take on another app in 2015.
By now, anyone who's used social media long enough probably knows at least one person who has passed away, but whose profile page remains.
Dianrong, the LendingClub of China, is raising money from Tiger Global and other investors to modernize the Chinese financial system.
Leading investment analysts give their picks on the hottest ETF niches in 2015: cybersecurity, self-driving cars and China bonds.
Facebook users could soon sell goods by writing a simple post on a group, the social networking site confirmed.
"Cookie Jam" is among the top 20 grossing games on iOS and Android and was named Facebook's game of the year for 2014. Next up: China.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
For firms like Facebook, China presents two major risks, says Joe Foudy, a professor at NYU Stern.