Snap's IPO may initially hurt technology stocks but could eventually power the sector.
In response to a letter by a fifth grade student, Tesla's Elon Musk announced on Twitter the company will hold a contest for homemade advertisements.
Twitter's biggest product improvements came from users. Not so with Snapchat.
Venture capitalist Gene Munster speaks with CNBC abut Snap's IPO, and whether it could be a profitable investment.
The company is continuing to take a more active stand against harassment on its platform, as well as letting people filter what they see.
How one of the most powerful women in Silicon Valley splits her time between her day job and investing.
Snap's Evan Spiegel will take just a $1 salary following the company's IPO, but he made more than $2 million last year.
The "Fast Money" traders say to buy Google parent Alphabet after YouTube TV subscription announcement.
An accountant from PricewaterhouseCoopers has been named the culprit who was behind accidentally giving the presenters the wrong award envelope.
There is a really interesting strategy behind President Trump's war on the media, explains crisis-management expert Eric Dezenhall.
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President Donald Trump is preparing to speak Friday at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Maryland.
Jim Cramer goes over the technology takeaways on his radar, including why Snap's IPO could be a bust.
Snap owns the most popular app on the iPhone and, believe it or not, its name isn't Snapchat.
Shares of Square are soaring, while Twitter is down more than 12 percent. Should multi-tasking CEO Jack Dorsey jump ship from Twitter? The "Fast Money" traders discuss.
Every founder, including Evan Spiegel of Snapchat, wants investors to think they are the next Mark Zuckerberg and therefore deserve more control.
Activists scaled the Statue of Liberty and unfurled a red and white "Refugees Welcome" banner on Tuesday.
Snap's plan to sell only "non-voting" shares in its IPO raises serious concerns on who will keep sexist geek culture in check, said Vivek Wadhwa.
Dozens of protesters who participated in the 'Day Without Immigrants' actions last week were fired on Friday.
Uber's CEO has sent a company-wide email responding to a blog written by a former employee alleging workplace sexual harassment.