The Tesla CEO and founder sent a series of tweets out about the upcoming model 3 sedan.
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Henry Blodget, Business Insider CEO, discusses Twitter's exploration of a premium subscription service.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
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.
Here's what Kim Scott learned from working with some of Silicon Valley's most powerful leaders.
Ted Leonsis, owner of Washington Capitals and Wizards, talks to CNBC's Scott Wapner about the 'extremely significant issue' of resting star NBA players, tech companies and President Trump.
The Verge goes in-depth with Apple's new Clips app, which creates shareable videos with more features than the default Camera app.
Neil deGrasse Tyson went on a Twitter rant Sunday, telling his 7 million followers that cutting funding to sciences and arts would hurt Americans.
As our attention spans shrink, Giphy says it offers a database of microentertainment to help us get our message across.
The "Fast Money" traders discussed which stocks they expect to benefit the most from a deregulated environment.
More media deals may be on the table under President Trump and his deregulation plans. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
The "Fast Money" traders give you 6 trades to make ahead of the proposed Trump deregulation plans.
With the Snap's IPO in the rear view, MoffettNathanson says the market has now priced the company for perfection.
Pakistan has asked Facebook and Twitter to help it identify Pakistanis suspected of blasphemy.
A tweet was posted to McDonald's social media feed that criticized President Trump.