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This New York divorce attorney "likes" the idea of divorce by Facebook and says it's just the beginning of getting served by social media.
Mark Cuban caused a Twitter storm recently, calling for everyone to get quarterly blood tests. He's half right, this doctor says.
Major League Baseball's 2015 season is barely a day old, and Hostess has already struck out.
Are you ready skeedaddy???!!! It's time for the Lightning Round. Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
After a record year in 2014, the IPO market hit a roadblock last quarter, a worrisome sign that could stall the bull market.
The charts look great for Twitter, but the fundamentals may say something different.
Twitter has been far outperforming Facebook. So which social media name looks best now? David Seaburg of Cowen & Co. and Jonathan Krinsky of MKM Partners discuss with Mandy Drury.
Jefferies initiated a buy on Twitter, a buy on Hewlett-Packard; and Citigroup added Apple to its "focus list." Here's the trade.
Nobody outside Tesla appears to know what its new mystery product will be. But there's reason to believe it's some kind of battery.
After an historic 2014, the first quarter of IPO activity has seen a notable dropoff.
The "Halftime Report" traders delivered their trades for the second half of the day.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is telling you why today's rally surprised him.
Jim Cramer reveals the top places to invest new money on the stock market.
Real-time video apps have gained traction, but social media streams likely will have little effect on sports broadcasting.
A growing number of companies are protesting a new law in Indiana critics say could allow discrimination against LGBT citizens. Re/code reports.
Online grievance campaigns have become increasingly frequent, with big companies now tasting the wrath of angry swarms of web activists.
One of the fastest-growing sectors in tech, mobile apps are a Wall Street darling. Newbies are jockeying to be the next Twitter.
Despite this social media company's sharp fall in share prices, don't be tempted to buy, Cowen's David Seaburg warns.
Periscope and Meerkat are betting on live-streaming as the next big thing. What's the difference between the two buzzy apps?