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  • Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Take a look at some of Wednesday's early movers: TWTR, KMI, YHOO, DD, AAPL & more

  • Twitter

    Twitter confirmed on Tuesday it is testing a timeline format for its tweets, calling it an experiment.

  • Dec 8- Twitter Inc confirmed on Tuesday it is testing a timeline format for its tweets, calling it an experiment. We're continuing to explore ways to surface the best content for people using Twitter, "spokeswoman Liina Potter said in an emailed statement. The company, facing slowing user growth, has been experimenting under newly appointed Chief Executive Jack...

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    Alphabet's YouTube, Facebook and Twitter on fighting ISIS and terrorists with the government and law enforcement.

  • Dick Costolo, former CEO of Twitter, shares candid advice with Stanford students at Cardinal Ventures' campus pitch day.

  • Republican Presidential hopeful Donald Trump speaks during the 2016 Republican Jewish Coalition Presidential Candidates Forum in Washington, DC, December 3, 2015.

    Donald Trump's call to ban Muslims from entering the U.S. harms the country's image, Bill Daley said.

  • Donald Trump

    Donald Trump took to Twitter on Monday, as he does, to blast Jeff Bezos, The Washington Post and Amazon.

  • Jim Cramer explains why he won't be craving Chipotle stock any time soon, and it's not just because of the food!

  • Michael Moritz

    Going public is the new so-called “down round” for private technology companies, the chair of a top Silicon Valley venture capital firm, told CNBC.

  • SAN FRANCISCO, Dec 5- Facebook, Google and Twitter are stepping up efforts to combat online propaganda and recruiting by Islamic militants, but the Internet companies are doing it quietly to avoid the perception that they are helping the authorities police the Web. On Friday, Facebook Inc said it took down a profile that the company believed belonged to San...

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

  • A three-judge panel, in a hearing that lasted over three hours, questioned lawyers for the FCC and broadband backers about whether the FCC properly extended the sweeping authority it has to regulate telecommunications to Internet service providers. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit has ruled twice against the FCC since 2010 and...

  • Facebook

    One shooter in the San Bernardino attack posted pro-ISIS comments on Facebook, should all postings like that be reported?

  • In January 2015, the Twitter account of the US Central Command (Centcom) was hacked and pro-ISIS messages were posted on it. The hack was allegedly carried out by ISIS.

    The technological savvy of terrorist organizations is on the rise, with many popular apps among the platforms being co-opted by ISIS.

  • Facebook Live screens

    Facebook is opening its live video streaming service to everyone, the company said, as it looks to take on Twitter-owned Periscope and Meerkat.

  • Snapchat, valued at $16 billion and with more than 100 million active users, most under the age of 25, ran a "Live Story" on the shooting in Bernardino, California, shortly after news broke of the massacre, which left 14 people dead and 21 more wounded. The feed named " California shooting" included about 30 curated images, videos and live updates related to the shooting,...

  • Donald Trump

    MapQuest has unveiled a new service: a map and guide to avoiding Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in the United States.

  • William 'Will' Danoff

    Will Danoff is tapping the brakes on funding unicorns, saying the prospects for fast growing private businesses before they go public may be fading.

  • Bono speaks at Amnesty International Tapestry Honoring John Lennon Unveiling at Ellis Island on July 29, 2015 in New York City.

    Rich and famous Americans — from celebrities to CEOs and star athletes — discuss the most important money decision: how to give to charity.

  • Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter.

    Twitter shares are down nearly 30 percent year to date, but one trader is betting that the stock could soar into next year.