Bankers and MBAs are increasingly moving into the tech sector—and tech companies are ready for them.
Twitter jumped sharply on Tuesday after the social media company easily topped earnings and revenue expectations.
A crush of big cap earnings and arguably the most important economic reports until September make next week the busiest of the summer for markets.
Facebook reported earnings and revenue that beat estimates in the second quarter, thanks to its robust mobile ad business.
Though social media remains immensely popular, a new survey shows users aren't very satisfied with their experience on the sites.
Microsoft's mangled layoff memo offers a lesson in how to write a crappy, insensitive note to employees, says career coach Marie McIntyre.
Millionaires are taking to social media in surprising numbers—especially to Facebook.
Reid Hoffman, co-founder of LinkedIn and PayPal, discusses what he thinks could soon send shockwaves through the tech sector.
Is the housing remodeling boom over? A status update from Lumber Liquidator is acting as a possible canary in the coal mine.
Zynga is returning to Nasdaq compliance with two new board appointments.
Crumbs' closing is a metaphor for the broader stock market, highlighting how momentum stocks can go bad.
Some of Tuesday's midday movers:
After languishing as stocks reached record highs, the VIX has sprung back to life—bringing with it a dose of fear for the stock market.
It's summer, so you should enjoy some time off from work. But here are some do's and don'ts from Career Coach Marie McIntyre.
Morgan Stanley is opening the social media door for its brokers by allowing them to post self-authored content on firm-approved Twitter accounts.
Don't look now, but one of the hardest-hit sectors in the stock market is getting some of its swagger back.
Flash is fast, uses less power, but it's been more costly than disk storage. No longer, says Pure Storage. Get ready for a flash flood, EMC.
The wolves of Wall Street won't stand a chance if the next generation truly embraces an algorithm as its wealth manager.
Gaming company Zynga said that Reid Hoffman and Jeffrey Katzenberg have stepped down from the company's board of directors.
After taking a social media drubbing for accepting self-censorship in China, LinkedIn faces obstacles - local rivals and a unique workforce mindset.