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Some ads hit the mark with viewers during Super Bowl Sunday, while some fell flat into the ground, according to experts.
Jessica Lessin, Founder and Editor in Chief, The Information discusses Twitter and whether Dick Costolo can continue to manage Twitter down the road.
Twitter hailed the Super Bowl XLIX between Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots as 'the most tweeted @superbowl ever'.
The one near-certainty for the stock market is January's overriding theme of volatility will continue.
Jim Cramer is gearing up for earnings next week, especially the oil companies.
The Super Bowl is Twitter's biggest annual event. But this year Twitter is facing more competition from Facebook.
A Super Bowl spot costs $4.5 million—that is $150,000 per second. What would that buy on major social media networks for that price?
Kara Swisher, Re/code co-executive editor, on whether Dick Costolo will be out at Twitter. She believes the board is concerned an activist shareholder will come in and force their hand.
Nick Bilton, New York Times, discusses Twitter board member Jack Dorsey's defense of CEO Dick Costolo.
Question-and-answer site Quora has a long way to go to build a successful business. But it plans to get there without relying on Google.
Brian Rolapp, NFL Network CEO, discusses Sunday's Super Bowl, social media and head injuries in the NFL.
Jim Cramer wants investors to get in on the rare chance with Facebook and hang on as it climbs higher.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
When celebrities, politicians, journalists and writers start to post video on Twitter, it will go supernova, Jason Calacanis said.
Jason Calacanis, CEO & Co-founder, Weblogs, defends Twitter CEO Dick Costolo, and gives reasons why he believes Twitter's venture into video will be a very big deal.
The retail investor really loves Facebook's stock, continuing to pile into the shares in the new year, according to a look at retail accounts with TD Ameritrade.
Analysts' bearishness on Google increased this month for the first time in over a year amid concerns about slowing growth in search.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan 28- Facebook Inc's big spending plans are facing a tough reception on Wall Street. Facebook said on Wednesday that 2015 capital expenditures will range from $2.7 billion to $3.2 billion, a sharp increase from $1.83 billion in 2014.. The spending spree comes as Facebook faces intensifying competition with Twitter Inc, Google Inc and a host of...
Positive signs in Facebook's quarterly earnings report trump concerns about operating costs that sent shares lower, traders said.
Social media heavyweights Facebook and Twitter provide good opportunities for investors.