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Investor Chris Sacca thinks Twitter would be a great Google acquisition, but said Twitter is better off independent if it makes changes.
In criticizing Silicon Valley Internet companies, Apple CEO Tim Cook is going after some of the iPhone's top developers.
In a recent note, Lowercase Capital's Chris Sacca criticizes Twitter and outlines changes the company should make.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin provides insight to Chris Sacca's letter on Twitter; and Victor Anthony, Axiom Capital Management, and Jason Helfstein, Oppenheimer & Co., discuss Twitter's best and worst capabilities.
Tech firms are delaying public listings causing a boom in private share trading of unlisted companies, the FT reports.
#BadTeamBuildingActivities sparked a slew of punny tweets, poking fun at corporate team-building activities.
Pinterest, valued at $11 billion, is letting consumers buy products on the site. It's still not clear where Pinterest will make money.
Technical analyst Andrew Keene explains why Twitter could rally as much as 37% in the next six months.
As if Twitter's stock didn't have enough problems, it now faces one more worry on the charts—a "death cross."
Salim Ismail describes exponential companies and their impact on the economy. He is speaking at the CNBC exponential finance conference.
Caitlyn Jenner is becoming the fastest Twitter handle to reach one million followers after Vanity Fair tweeted out a photo of its next cover.
Fred Wilson and Chris Sacca are debating over Twitter's image to Wall Street, with Jon Steinberg, The Daily Mail North America CEO.
Drag queens, Native Americans, and others plan to protest at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif., over its "real name" policy.
Twitter has lit up with a mix of jokes and serious advice for young, aspiring traders.
Social media mentions have successfully predicted the domestic profitability or failure of the 24 largest movies in the last two years.
Twitter, Google and GoPro all made headlines on Thursday, and "Fast Money" traders discussed how to play the companies' moves.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo spoke with Re/code's Kara Swisher at the Code Conference. Insight, with CNBC's Josh Lipton.
Periscope has created some huge waves since launching, but that was just with iOS. Now Android users are making waves, too.
Twitter CEO Costolo, battered by disappointing sales growth and a slumping stock price, says he and the board are "totally in sync."