Companies making headlines before the bell Thursday.
The stock market will get its first real taste of Hadoop on Friday, when Hortonworks, a seller of the software, debuts on Nasdaq.
The social media company has completely fallen off Glassdoor’s annual Best Places to Work list.
Technology investors are gearing up for a holiday shopping spree. LendingClub headlines a banner week for Internet IPOs.
Apple dropped five percent around 9:50 a.m. ET from $117 to $111. Plausible reasons: Fat-finer trade and/or a very large seller.
From a branding perspective, it'll be hard for Facebook to portray itself as a platform for purposes beyond socializing, says Michael Gayed, Chief Investment Strategist of Pension Partners.
Facebook is reportedly working on an "At Work" network that will challenge LinkedIn. Insight, with Hannah Kuchler, Financial Times, and Lance Ulanoff, Mashable.
The real money is being made by a host of less well-known funds that have managed to find gems even in battered sectors.
Facebook is piloting an enterprise solution that helps employees collaborate, sources tell CNBC.
Facebook's plan to become a part of daily office life with At Work
Facebook is said to be working on a new professional website that will compete directly with LinkedIn. CNBC's Jim Cramer discusses Facebook's stock and what the potential move means for Yahoo.
Dating app The League adds LinkedIn data into its matchmaking equation in an effort to bring a level of elitism to mobile dating.
Evan Guo, CEO of Zhaopin.com, says the firm differs from its U.S. rival in terms of value proposition and developmental stage in China. He also discusses why it offers a combination of online and offline services.
There is no shortage of data driven dating services, but a start-up called SingldOut is using a much more personal data set to help people find love.
The hiring manager knows that your reference list is composed of people who think you are peachy keen. You know the hiring manager knows that.
A lot of parents have no idea what their adult children do for a living. LinkedIn offers one solution—bring them to work.
LinkedIn hosted its second annual "Bring In Your Parents" day allowing parents to get a first hand perspective of their child's career.
LinkedIn hosted its second annual "Bring In Your Parents" day. Insight into the event, with CNBC producer Uptin Saiidi; Ilana Stern, Weddington Way CEO and founder and Michael Parrish Dudell, Millennial consultant.
Facebook is the tech company consumers most fear when it comes to privacy, says a poll conducted for CNBC.com.
Stocks rose Friday after the Bank of Japan unexpectedly expanded stimulus, sparking hopes for the global economy.