U.S. technology firms including Facebook and Twitter could face new laws forcing them to deal with online hate speech, the EU warned.
Social media advertising is growing at 20 percent a year and will be "comfortably ahead" of newspaper spend by 2020, Zenith said in a report.
BuzzFeed analyzed all the links Trump tweeted since he launched his campaign to determine where the president-elect gets his news.
The wealthiest, most successful individuals tend to start early.
There is no law that says Trump has to stop tweeting when he's president—nor should there be, says legal analyst Dan Eaton.
Kara Swisher, Recode executive editor, shares her take on Facebook's fake news fight.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
In a marketing world obsessed with online clicks, likes and shares, it can be hard to work out what actually leads to sales
Chris Sacca, one of the earliest investors in Twitter, told CNBC that he would "love" to see the social media company acquired.
Lowercase Capital Founder Chris Sacca talks to CNBC about the prospects and challenges Twitter faces going forward.
Lowercase Capital Founder, Chris Sacca tells CNBC why he believes Twitter would be better if it was acquired.
Millennials in China are sparking ideas that take social media and live streaming to new monetary heights.
Transcript of the exclusive CNBC interview of Steven Mnuchin and Wilbur Ross, Trump's picks for Treasury and Commerce secretaries.
The U.K.’s new polymer five pound banknote is strong, resistant to moisture, more eco-friendly and contains fat… animal fat that is.
President-elect Donald Trump says he will lay out his plan at a news conference on Dec. 15.
When presidents speak, markets often react. A chief executive with a penchant for 3 a.m. missives may carry new risks.
"Do you think that Trump could slow ... growth?" asks Jim Cramer.
More than a quarter of the president-elect's tweets since Nov. 8 are about the election results, including unproven voter fraud.
Donald Trump attacks a CNN reporter who says he 'falsely' claims extensive voter fraud.
New Twitter COO Anthony Noto gets a $12 million stock package from the company.