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Tech and politics are intertwined. Candidates are now using data analytics and social media to target potential supporters and fundraise.
The FMHR traders reveal their final trades including Twitter and FedEx.
Instagram will soon rearrange its users' feeds based on relevancy rather than chronological order.
Photo and video-sharing app Instagram is following in the footsteps of its parent Facebook, by testing out an algorithm-based feed.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan and CNET Senior Reporter Ben Fox Rubin discuss Instagram's new plan to tailor users' feeds.
Despite big challenges in tech, the mood among VCs and start-ups at SXSW is upbeat.
At South by Southwest, the line between TV show entertainment and conference reality is blurred.
Jim Cramer shares his opinion on various caller favorite stocks, including this stock that could rev the engine of your portfolio.
Building buzz around a brand can be challenging for a small business. Lucky for Newburgh Brewing Co., it had Betsy the purple cow.
Discussing the brain drain in Silicon Valley as Twitter and other tech companies are trying to stem the tide with more and more sweeteners for top talent with Iain Grant, partner at Riviera Partners.
Twitter's efforts to retain talent are sending at least two warnings to investors.
An RBC survey found that a growing number of advertisers plan to spend less money on Twitter.
Divisions over how to cope with the flood of migrants is threatening the EU's global standing. Will it diminish its ability to tackle reform?
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Global investors focus this morning on the European Central Bank, which was widely expected to unveil more stimulus measures.
While Square and Box were big reasons the IPO market shut down, they're delivering results that may reignite excitement among tech investors.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Box, Square, American Eagle Outfitters and more.
Here is the full, uncut interview with Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter and Square.
Square shares popped after the company posted a quarterly loss but said revenue rose 49 percent from the previous year.
Jack Dorsey, Square CEO, joins Closing Bell to discuss his company's latest quarterly results, competition, and his business strategy.