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The Nasdaq has hit 5,000 for the first time since March 2000. There are signs of froth aplenty, but here's why it's not like the late 90's bubble.
WASHINGTON, March 2- Twitter Inc and law enforcement authorities are investigating alleged threats made by Islamic State militants against the social media network's co-founder and other employees, the company said in reaction to media reports. Islamic State supporters, in online posts on Sunday, called for attacks against Twitter and its "interests,"...
SHANGHAI, March 2- U.S. video service provider Netflix Inc is likely to enter the Chinese market without a local partner, which could make it harder to do business in the world's biggest internet market widely known for censorship and strict regulation. The firm, known for its U.S. political thriller " House of Cards", also plans to look at exporting content produced...
Twitter is working with law enforcement agencies to investigate whether purported ISIS-related threats against co-founder Jack Dorsey were real.
#TheDress, or a poorly lit photograph of a garment valued at $77.13, has sent social media into a tizzy.
CNBC's Dominic Chu, Tyler Mathisen and Mandy Drury, look at today's "Power Lunch" stories, including news Twitter is using phone number verification to combat bullying, and Lebron James is calling out recruiters.
If you could pick one stock, Apple or Exxon, which would it be? Scott Fearon, author of "Dead Companies Walking" has a pick that might surprise you.
The Apple Watch is expected to be released on March 9th, but what will it do? Here are five Twitter predictions.
The TSA keeps a running log on Instagram of the most bizarre and prohibited items they have stopped passengers from taking on board.
The big question sweeping across social media websites is "what color is this dress" showing an image of a dress some see as blue and black, and others as white and gold. The "Squawk Alley" crew, discuss if this story is good for Twitter.
A badly lit photograph of a $77 off-the-rack dress broke the Internet Friday, spawning arguments, memes and half-baked pseudo-scientific explanations.
Jim Cramer wants to be negative about what's happening in the market right now but with this evidence, he can't!
Instagram growth and advertising's move to digital will drive a Facebook stock rally, Cowen and Co.'s David Seaburg said.
NEW YORK— A look at New York Stock Exchange 10 most-active stocks at the close of trading:. AT&T Inc. rose. 8 percent to $34.50 with 22,938,400 shares traded. Bank of America Corp. fell 2.7 percent to $16.04 with 138,825,000 shares traded.
The Islamic State has released a video purportedly showing militants using sledgehammers to smash ancient artifacts in Iraq.
Don't blame the robots for killing jobs. Contrary to popular belief, technology actually creates jobs, says former CNN and Time chief Walter Isaacson.
Some say this time it's different for tech companies with inflated valuations. But make no mistake, it is totally possible right now.
The Nasdaq Composite is approaching 5,000 again. Here are some of the people who helped make it happen 15 years ago, and where they are today.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo is speaking out about people who don't tweet. He says they don't have to. Jon Steinberg, The Daily Mail North America CEO, and the "Squawk Alley" crew, discuss.
Insider selling by executives surged last week, a troublesome vote of no confidence on this bull market.