Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey did not sell $125 million worth of stock, but instead gifted those shares back to his employees. CNBC's Melissa Lee addresses this error made on yesterday's "Fast Money."
Twitter's Anthony Noto shares his views on the company's advertising market and its user growth on CNBC's "Squawk Alley."
"There are alternative ways to monetize it and we're evaluating those," Twitter COO Anthony Noto told CNBC's Jim Cramer.
The American people elected President Donald Trump, but Twitter is keeping his tweets top of mind and newsfeeds, said COO Anthony Noto.
President Trump's favorites and retweets have continued to grow since the inauguration.
CNBC asked financial advisors Peter Mallouk, Ron Carson and Louis Barajas what they thought of President Donald Trump’s Twitter habits.
Yahoo is warning users of potentially malicious activity on their accounts between 2015 and 2016.
Twitter attracted 5.1 million people to watch the Grammys, more than for any event other than the presidential election and inauguration.
Snap's shareholders rights model is "frankly is one of the most extreme we have ever seen," and this will play into the IPO, he said.
"Now you know there can't be a takeover," CNBC's Jim Cramer said. "Dorsey would have known. He is buying stock."
Dorsey tweeted about the stake on Valentine's Day, appropriately adding the hashtag "Love Twitter."
The Kremlin said Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak spoke with Flynn, but sanctions were not discussed.
Buying Netflix could help Facebook keep people on its platform for longer periods, says PCMag's Tim Bajarin.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day, including Qualcomm, Twitter and more.
BuzzFeed reports on an online conspiracy theory movement investigating Trump's alleged nefarious ties and dealings.
It's what Donald Trump might call a "classy" problem: How to spend $21.6 billion.
Twitter streamed approximately 600 million hours of live video to 31 million unique users in the fourth quarter.
CNBC's Leslie Picker reports on the buzz regarding lack of diversity and gender equity at Snap.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has rubbished claims that workers had been underpaid and often suffered preventable injuries.
Jim Cramer analyzed the beverage stocks and offered his take on the future of the two companies.