CNBC senior markets commentator Mike Santoli breaks down the bullish case for cheap Big Media shares and discusses some takeover possibilities.
A look at how Elon Musk and other famous entrepreneurs are kickstarting America's fledgling spaceflight and space exploration industries.
Jim Cramer has a tough time recommending Twitter on a takeover basis.
Facebook apologized for an error in the way it measured a metric of video viewership.
Facebook drops on video ad issues. Should investors buy the dip, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
Yahoo Inc., down $1.35 to $42.80. Endo International PLC, up $3.13 to $23.39. Oshkosh Corp., down $6.02 to $50.88.
Social media livestreaming can be a perfect way to get a candidate's message out during the debate.
Discussing the big news coming out of the tech world today, including a report Facebook overestimated average viewing size for video ads, Twitter's possible sale, and Amazon trading at all-time highs. With Paul Meeks, tech investor, and Michael Cuggino, Permanent Portfolio Funds.
Steven Strauss, Princeton University, thinks it's time to break up the big technology companies.
CNBC's Josh Lipton looks at the controversy surrounding Facebook's inflated claims about video ads.
Two sources said Twitter was looking for at least $30 billion to sell, Recode reports.
The five largest U.S. companies by market cap are all tech companies, and one stands out: Amazon.
The business channel CNBC, citing unnamed sources, said Friday that Twitter Inc. has received "expressions of interest" from several technology or media companies and may receive a formal bid by the end of the year. It named Salesforce.com. and Google as possible buyers. Salesforce.com said it doesn't comment on rumors and Google did not immediately respond to a...
Bob Peck, SunTrust Robinson Humphrey Internet analyst, and Rob Sanderson, MKM Partners senior research analyst, weigh in on the latest news with Twitter, Amazon and Facebook.
Walter Isaacson, Aspen Institute president weighs in on rising hack attacks.
Walter Isaacson, Aspen Institute president weighs in on how Facebook admits to exaggerating average viewing time for its video ads by as much as 80%.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Facebook hugely overestimated the average viewing time for video ads on the social media site for two years, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Investors looking at internet stocks have the best chance to profit from Netflix, RBC analyst Mark Mahaney tells CNBC.
The rapid technological advancements in autonomous cars may spark a wave of investment opportunities, according to Morgan Stanley.