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Investors are being cautious when it comes to social media companies, and the tech sector overall, given the recent earnings releases.
Andrew Keene of Keene on the Market explains why Facebook could hit a new high very soon.
James Cuthbertson, global sales director at Pulsar & FACE, talks about what happens on social media platforms when it comes to events like the Pacquiao vs. Mayweather boxing fight last weekend.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The so-called "fight of the century" ended with Floyd Mayweather beating Manny Pacquiao but Periscope may have been the real winner.
After huge drops in Twitter, LinkedIn, and Yelp, traders debate whether it's time to pack it in on the social names.
Slack, the enterprise communication platform, came in first, having reached a $2 billion valuation within two years of its founding.
Two industry watchers disagreed over whether social media stocks' drubbing this week served as an opportunity or a warning sign.
Jack and Suzy Welch warn about social media
Social media stocks Twitter and LinkedIn are plunging. What does that mean for the billions pumped into pre-revenue start-ups?
Three social media companies' shares have dropped by nearly a quarter this week on disappointing outlooks. What's the story?
Shares of LinkedIn fell 20 percent in early trading on Friday, wiping out more than $6 billion of market value.
Alex Wood, editor-in-chief at The Memo, explains his enthusiasm about Apple and its new device: The Apple Watch. He also comments on Twitter earnings.
Many have taken solace in a belief that if the private technology bubble bursts it will be contained to Silicon Valley. But that may not be the case.
LinkedIn joins Twitter in post earnings tumble. CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports.
Traders are watching the iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology ETF for clues on whether a deeper stock market decline is on the horizon.
NEW YORK— Dumping social media stocks that show any sign of weakness is trending on Wall Street. Shares of LinkedIn Corp. plunged 21 percent in after-hours trading Thursday after the professional networking service gave a disappointing outlook for the second quarter, weighed in large part by its pending purchase of online learning company Lynda.com.
Twitter's stock could stabilize in coming days because it hasn't lost one of its biggest supporters: the retail trader.