Jim Cramer explained the reason he thinks the move in banks could last.
Jim Cramer spoke with Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff on election results, and the future of America.
Amid better-than-expected earnings, Salesforce.com is closing in on the finish line in a race with rival Oracle.
Twitter has suspended the accounts of several prominent members of the so-called "alt-right" in an apparent crack down on accounts tied to hate speech or threats of violence.
The Communist Party leadership has repeated its call for the establishment of "cyberspace sovereignty", the SMCP reports.
Tech investor Yuri Milner is avoiding talking about Donald Trump, but interplanetary travel is a different matter.
In the past year, 689 million people in 21 countries were the victim of cybercrime, according to the Norton Cybersecurity Insights Report.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on Twitter's new features to tackle cyberbullying, as well as Google and Facebook trying to crack down on the spreading of fake news.
Twitter is making it easier to report and block trolls and to enforce its policies.
Alphabet's Google and Facebook announced measures aimed at halting the spread of "fake news" on the internet.
Marc Benioff says that Twitter is why Donald Trump was elected president and explains why he passed on acquiring it, Recode reports.
Founder Mark Zuckerberg denied his company played a role in helping get Donald Trump elected as U.S. president because of fake news articles.
Customers using Chase ATMs at Walgreens and Duane Reade locations are now being warned of surcharges when using the machines.
On Sunday morning, Trump again lashed out at the New York Times on Twitter, complaining about "very poor" coverage, according to NBC News
Tuesday's hard-fought election was preceded by a litany of social media infighting that broke up friends and family members.
Next week, Recode is hosting their first-ever summit about the future of work and how innovative companies are growing differently.
The next chair of the DNC will play a key leadership role as the party builds itself back from defeat, according to NBC News.
With anti-Trump demonstrations in several cities for a second day, the president-elect lashed out on Twitter at "professional protesters" and the media.
Mark Zuckerberg addressed growing criticism of Facebook's ascendant power to sway public opinion, USA Today reports.
"I believe that the best days are yet in front of them and ... we are beginning to see early indications of success," Alwaleed tells CNBC.