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  • Star Wars

    The force is strong with Disney and its social media partners as the latest "Star Wars" installment hits theaters this weekend.

  • Star Wars goes social

    The surprising stats that show how social media has drummed up even more excitement for the Star Wars brand.

  • Google is giving away free "Star War"-themed Google Cardboard sets that let users explore virtual reality with their own smartphone.

    Not satisfied by the hyperspeed assault of "Star Wars" commercials, toys and T-shirts? Then get ready to waste time on the Internet. NBC reports.

  • Stewart Butterfield, co-founder of Slack and Flickr.

    "It’s possible we’ll be writing bigger checks in the future,” Slack's CEO said. Re/code reports.

  • Wall St has myopic view of Twitter: Motley Fool

    Jason Moser, analyst at The Motley Fool, says the market is only concerned with Twitter's user growth statistics and do not realize its potential.

  • BRUSSELS, Dec 15- The European Union agreed on a sweeping overhaul of fragmented data protection laws on Tuesday that will force companies to report data breaches and face huge fines for misusing personal data. The new law enables EU national authorities to levy fines of up to 4 percent of revenues on firms breaking the law, which could mean billions of dollars...

  • Actor Leonardo DiCaprio

    Silicon Valley is crowded with app creators, software developers and coders, but one start-up shines a bit brighter than the rest.

  • Uber's Travis Kalanick and Snapchat's Evan Spiegel

    Many of the hottest tech start-ups weren't around the last time the Fed's benchmark rate was above zero. They'd better be getting ready.

  • Baby holding laptop doing business

    Data show that 1 in 7 fund managers has never experienced a Federal Reserve rate hike in their careers.

  • Helicopters carrying piggy banks over clouds

    An interest rate hike may be coming, which means inflation is primed to tick up. Here's how to adjust your portfolio accordingly.

  • Janet Yellen, chair of the U.S. Federal Reserve, speaks during a news conference following a Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015.

    U.S. stock index futures indicated a mostly lower open Monday ahead of this week's Federal Reserve meeting.

  • Stock futures turned negative this morning after being up strongly, as crude falls sharply to under $34 a barrel.

  • Twitter issues warning about potential state-sponsored hack

    The social media site steps up its scrutiny of possible security breaches.

  • Entrance to Snapchat's headquarters in Venice, Calif.

    More big brands are eyeing Snapchat as a place to advertise and engage consumers.

  • The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.

  • U.S. stock futures were sharply lower this morning, after Wall Street snapped a three-session losing streak Thursday.

  • Billionaire Mark Cuban unleashed a stream of criticism about Twitter.

    What started as a question about Apple's app store terms ended in insults with an early Twitter investor.

  • An important moment for Twitter investors

    Twitter says it will start showing ads to people who are not logged into the service. That’s more than 500 million people by Twitter’s estimates. CNBC’s Jon Fortt reports the details.

  • Dec 10- Twitter Inc said it was testing a feature to show advertisements to people who read tweets without logging in, as it tries to make good on its long-time ambition to monetize non-active users. The company said the feature will help it cash in on an additional half a billion people each month, pushing its shares up as much as 7.8 percent to $26.21 on Thursday-...

  • Dec 10- Twitter Inc said it was testing a feature to show advertising to people who checked Twitter without logging in, to cash in on an additional half a billion people each month. Twitter's biggest rival, Facebook Inc, with its 1.55- billion user network, has been consistently launching tools to capture ad dollars. The company is testing the feature with certain...