The "Fast Money" traders reveal their final trades, including JetBlue, Lululemon and more.
Could the Twitter rally be over? Traders in the options pit seem to think so.
The European Commission’s ruling that Apple should pay Ireland billions of dollars in back taxes was neither punitive nor unfair, one of the world’s best-known economists told CNBC on Thursday.
"Fast Money" trader Dan Nathan discusses options action in Twitter, and how traders were making profits.
Shares of Twitter briefly traded higher amid further speculation about the future of the struggling social media company.
"Power Lunch" hosts Melissa Lee and Brian Sullivan look at 5 stocks with analyst recommendations, including Walgreens and Twitter.
"Fast Money Halftime Report" trader Jon Najarian tracks unusual options moves in Twitter. SunTrust's Bob Peck weighs in.
Bob Peck, SunTrust analyst, shares his outlook on Twitter and whether he sees a possible takeout.
CNBC's David Faber reports on Twitter and their platform's growth.
Microsoft is revealing new features in its next major update to Windows 10, and it appears blue light reduction feature might be a future addition.
Among their favorites is Tesla, which has a $200 plus market price, according to a TD Ameritrade study.
The "Fast Money" traders debate the trade on Twitter, amid many merger rumors.
Twitter is trying to lure video creators to publish on its platform through video monetization. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports.
Twitter plans to give creators 70% of ad revenue for moving their content to Twitter's platform according to a source. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the details.
The company hopes to lure content creators to post on the platform by giving them an easy way to earn money from their videos.
Jim Cramer said Monday price adjustments from EpiPen's owner Mylan can be attributed to the rise of vocal social media platforms such as Twitter.
If the self-made billionaire could do it all over again, here's what he would tell his younger self.
British legislators are accusing social media platforms of 'consciously failing' to prevent the promotion of terrorism.
Social media firms are "consciously failing" to stop their sites from being used to promote terrorism, U.K. lawmakers said.
Marketers are now turning to "micro-influencers" and you could cash in so long as you have a social media account.