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Sept 7- When Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding revealed plans earlier this year to go public on a U.S. stock exchange, financial advisers like Bob Mecca in Hoffman Estate, Illinois braced themselves for a wave of frantic calls from retail investors wanting to get in on the action.
What was hot in the social media world in August? CNBC teamed up with Mashwork to find out.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba on Friday filed to sell up to $24.3 billion in stock, making it the biggest U.S. initial public offering ever.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba plans to offer a so-called friends and family share program to its employees and others, The Wall Street Journal said.
Ironically, the start-up that helped make Twitter into a news and photo-sharing powerhouse, is closing over a trademark dispute.
No, Seattle, home of Microsoft Corp and Amazon and fast becoming a second home for Silicon Valley companies looking to access the city's plentiful pool of relatively cheap tech talent. Microsoft alumni are now running the Seattle offices of Facebook Inc, Twitter Inc and Google Inc, and they look to their former employer as a source for new talent.
Facebook will host @Scale, a conference focused on open source software and the engineering challenges, Re/code reports.
FMHR trader Stephanie Link bought Twitter, saying the stock is not cheap but has a high growth opportunity.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has appointed Barclays as the designated market-maker for the company's IPO later this month, sources said.
The IRS argues that free employer-provide meals are a taxable fringe benefit.
The leak of racy celebrity photos has put Apple in the unusual position of having to mend its image just before a highly anticipated product launch.
The dynamics in the market are changing. And Cramer says investors need to change, accordingly.
Investors willing to do extra homework to prepare a shopping list of stocks could reap big rewards from a "buy the dip" strategy.
Apple is "actively investigating" the violation of several of its iCloud accounts, in which revealing photos and videos of prominent Hollywood actresses were posted all over the Web, Re/Code reports.
Pew Research found people are less likely to share opinions and political conversation on social media than in person. Jesse Singal, New York Magazine senior editor, provides insight.
"Fast Money" trader Steve Grasso says now is the time to buy Twitter. The stock is down 27 percent this year, but he thinks it's headed higher.
Twitter popped on Thursday after announcing it will make its analytics available to the masses, and Fast Money trader Steve Grasso says now is the time to buy Twitter.
Up to 1.5 million shares of Kraft stock are being offered as part of the company’s new “social stock plan”.
The Ebola epidemic in West Africa could infect 20,000 people, warning that an international effort costing almost half a billion dollars is needed.
Online deal site Groupon has enlisted an unlikely ally in its new marketing efforts: Snapchat.