Facebook reported earnings and revenue that beat estimates in the second quarter, thanks to its robust mobile ad business.» Read More
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner says this past quarter was a transformative one for the business network, and investors seem to agree.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin has an update on LinkedIn's blowout earnings. Meanwhile stocks pare losses, with Michael Ozanian, Forbes Magazine, and Abigail Doolittle, The Seaport Group.
LinkedIn reported earnings that blew past expectations as revenue shot up 81 percent. Shares rose more than 10 percent after-hours.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday:
Stocks finished well off their earlier lows in volatile trading Thursday, as techs recovered in the final minutes of trading, but brewing worries over Europe kept a damper on gains.
LinkedIn is reporting Q4 revenues of $304 million and earnings per share of $0.35.
ECB President Mario Draghi's comments are weighing on the euro today. A look at how the euro and the German DAX are trading, with Todd Gordon, TradingAnalysis.com founder.
When LinkedIn reports earnings after the bell Thursday, analysts will be digging through the results to see if the company's growth merits its stock move higher.
U.S. stock index futures pared their gains Thursday following policy announcements from both the Bank of England and the European Central Bank and as investors digested a pair of mixed economic reports.
Following solid fourth-quarter earnings, one writer thinks it's time investors take on a new perspective of what Facebook can yet become.
From Richard Branson's Necker Island to T.Boone's desk that's seen billions of dollars come and go, here's a peek at where some of LinkedIn's biggest influencers work.
Twitter's Vine is currently all the rage. But let's just say it's not your mom's video-sharing app. Yes, there's porn. Here are six things you need to know.
Apple's R&D spending suggests that it has plenty of coolness left, Josh Brown of Fusion Analytics says.
Take a look at some of Monday's midday movers:
Big companies like Ernst & Young are increasingly using their own workers to find new hires, saving time and money but lengthening the odds for job seekers without connections, especially among the long-term unemployed.
It was the right idea that maybe came too late — to rent (rather than sell) textbooks to cash-strapped students. CEO Dan Rosenweig knew it from the start.
If you're using LinkedIn to get a leg up on finding jobs and clients, prioritize getting a strong ranking in its internal search.
There will be fewer social networking companies at the end of 2013 than there are now. Facebook is going to be a survivor. TheStreet.com reports.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg unveiled the social media giant's next big idea -- social search. Would he ever work with Google? Here's what he had to say.