The vote is considered a win for internet service providers.
Firefighters responded to a fire in a rooftop generator in New York's Chelsea neighborhood as social media reports showed smoke on the roof of Chelsea Market
Snap has been behaving like a drunk driver behind the wheel of car since its IPO; Polar Capital Fund Manager Ben Rogoff told CNBC.
About 62 percent of analysts surveyed by FactSet still have a hold or sell rating on the stock.
A Twitter storm prompted by an overheard conversation could have been containable, a social media expert says.
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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey told CNBC he will do "whatever it takes" to make sure his businesses succeed.
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Twitter is considering whether to build a premium version of its popular Tweetdeck interface aimed at professionals.
Facebook, Amazon, Twitter and Google's YouTube have all submitted proposals to the NFL in the hope of streaming the games, Recode reports.
Hamilton fans took to Twitter Thursday to troll Donald Trump after the vote on the Republican's replacement plan for Obamacare was postponed.
The Twitter accounts posted a series of profanity-laden posts and one in which hackers said they supported President Donald Trump.
Snap is more like Twitter than Facebook, according to exclusive analysis of credit scores from S&P Global Market Intelligence.