The tech sector seems to be leading the market, and pressure to continue could mean pullback for stocks, says Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com. » Read More
Brian Blair, Grays Peak Capital, and CNBC's Jon Fortt discuss the turnaround in shares of Twitter and whether the stock is a buy here.
Officials with the nonprofit Simon Wiesenthal Center praised Twitter for increasing efforts to thwart Islamic State's use of its platform.
Women will form 35 percent of Twitter's workforce in 2016, says Aliza Knox, VP of Online Sales, Asia Pacific and Latin America at Twitter.
The debate between the FBI and Apple heats up as those who lost loved ones in the San Bernardino shooting weigh in.
Former basketball star and former ESPN analyst Jay Williams discusses his new memoir "Life is not an accident" recounting a motorcycle crash that changed his life forever.
In the high-stakes battle between security and privacy, there's no winning — but there should be cooperation, one venture capital says.
Paid-music advocate Kanye West, landed himself in hot water again on Wednesday, after he appeared to be browsing torrent website, The Pirate Bay.
Obamacare may be the biggest roadblock to the president's cancer "moonshot" plan, this doctor says.
Start-up Eden set out to dominate the consumer tech-support market, but a funny thing happened on the way to early success.
Re/code's Kara Swisher discusses Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's lack of a comment about Twitter and responses to new emojis on the social network.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the details behind threats to the CEO's of Twitter and Facebook made by ISIS supporters.
CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Pete Najarian bought shares of a gold miners ETF Thursday for his model portfolio.
Burger King's move into the hot dog market has sparked an industry wide "wiener war."
ISIS supporters have released a video message threatening CEOs Jack Dorsey and Mark Zuckerberg over their companies' actions to stem extremism on social media, reports CNBC's Josh Lipton.
Islamic State posted a video targeting Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey.
The Fast Money traders dissect their top trades of the day including autos and Facebook.
More than 200,000 worldwide advertisers have signed on to Instagram which serves as a blow to social rival Twitter. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the Instagram success story.
The FMHR traders discuss Instagram's ad growth and how what's good for Instagram and Facebook may not be good for the likes of Twitter.
Instagram just hit a major milestone: It now has more than 200,000 monthly active advertisers paying to reach its 400-million-plus active users.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports Instagram has announced it has over 200,000 monthly advertisers and provides insight to how they are tailoring them to users.