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Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
ECB finds that bullish tweets predict market gains.
A pair of veteran cybersecurity researchers have shown they can use the Internet to turn off a car's engine as it drives.
Herbalife filed a petition seeking information from Twitter to identify an anonymous user who posted defamatory tweets.
Facebook is nearing $100 per share, putting its $278 billion market cap above some big stock names, reports CNBC's Dominic Chu. The Fast Money Halftime traders weigh in on Facebook's valuation.
Instagram recently banned the hashtag #curvy, angering many users. Re/code looks at how the platform decides which hashtags to ban.
The shift to the digital economy is among the many reasons that US stocks will continue to rise, says economist Peter Morici.
Renowned economist Paul Krugman has slammed the Greek government for accepting harsh tax and reform measures.
Fashion designer Kenneth Cole, who's been on the leading edge of corporate social activism for years, tells CNBC he harnesses social media cautiously.
Outrage by Reddit users that led to the ousting of CEO Ellen Pao shows how it can be a volatile place for brands.
Legendary fund manager Bill Miller believes investors should use the recent pullback in Twitter shares as a buying opportunity.
Rumors of a potential Twitter takeover deal has the options market sizzling. Traders bet the stock could rally 8 percent in the next month.
The hoax which saw Twitter's shares spike might have looked convincing to some, but web experts said that it was fairly simple to pull off.
Nike is releasing a new, easy-entry footwear system this month.
S&P Capital IQ tech analyst Scott Kessler says investors shouldn't overlook certain tech stocks even though he rates the entire sector as "overweight."
CNBC's Eamon Javers provides the timeline of Twitter's stock spike.
Twitter briefly jumped eight percent before dropping again after a fake report resembling a Bloomberg story suggested the social media company received an acquisition offer, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers.
An American CEO who does business in Iran writes about the myths we need to dispel in order to build a key global business relationship.
July 14- A report claiming that Twitter Inc received an offer to be acquired for $31 billion, attributed to Bloomberg LP, is fake, Twitter and a spokesman for the news and financial data provider said on Tuesday. Twitter shares jumped on the report, which was distributed on the Internet and closely resembled Bloomberg's news website. A Bloomberg spokesman...