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    The Lego Group is changing how it handles bulk orders, following a backlash against the group on social media.

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    Pete Najarian's top stock picks for 2016

    Pete Najarian shares his 2016 Halftime Report Portfolio Challenge stock picks.

  • Smaller techs struggling
    Smaller techs struggling

    Small cap growth companies have been struggling, Twitter shares reach all-time lows. CNBC's Michael Santoli explains.

  • Twitter betting on live video from Periscope
    Twitter bets on live video from Periscope

    Twitter users will be seeing Periscope videos in their timelines, a smart move, according to one analyst. CNBC's Julia Boorstin explains.

  • Palantir’s Palo Alto headquarters, Palo Alto, California.
    CIA-backed start-up is taking over Palo Alto

    Palo Alto has long been the Silicon Valley town where start-ups get hatched. Palantir is changing the playbook by staying and expanding.

  • A portrait taken on May 13, 1983 shows British singer David Bowie during a press conference at the 36th Cannes Film Festival.
    David Bowie honored by global brands

    Having inspired many companies across music and fashion, several brands took to social media to pay tribute to the late David Bowie.

  • The Periscope logo is displayed on the screen of an Apple Inc. iPhone 6.
    Can Periscope help jumpstart stagnating Twitter?

    Live streaming video will now be integrated into users' Twitter feed.

  • Twitter shares down 48% in past year
    Twitter shares down 48% in past year

    Robert Peck, SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, weighs in on the slump in Twitter's stock and what the social media company needs to do to revamp growth. Also Peck shares his thoughts on Yahoo.

  • T-Mobile's Legere: 'Who the eff are you, anyway?'

    T-Mobile CEO John Legere tweeted a video to Electronic Frontier Foundation. Jeremy Gillula, Electronic Frontier Foundation, weighs in on T-Mobile's Binge On services, and net neutrality.

  • A trader on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, January 8, 2015.

    U.S. stocks closed about 1 percent lower, ending the year's first trading week with sharp losses as concerns about China persisted.

  • Donald Trump blasts Samuel L. Jackson on Twitter
    Donald Trump blasts Samuel L. Jackson on Twitter

    The Republican presidential candidate called out the actor via a tweet.

  • NEW YORK, Jan 6- The global Twitterati set their sights on Twitter on Wednesday, widely decrying a reported plan by the microblogging site to blow out its length limit to as much as 10,000 characters. That is the day I leave this website, "tweeted Kyla Jackson. Paul Courtney tweeted: "The script for entire Princess Bride Cliffs of Insanity rope climb& Inigo/Westley...

  • Samuel L. Jackson (L) and Donald Trump (R).
    Donald Trump blasts Samuel L. Jackson's golf swing

    Donald Trump is in yet another Twitter feud. The billionaire called out Samuel L. Jackson Tuesday, criticizing his TV commercials and his golf swing.

  • Twitter considers expanding character limit to 10K
    Twitter considers expanding character limit to 10K

    The social media company is building a new feature to let users to tweet longer than the traditional 140-character limit.

  • U.S. futures and stocks around the world were sharply lower this morning, after North Korea claimed to have successfully tested a hydrogen bomb. Meanwhile, tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran were seen as extinguishing the chances of major producers cooperating to cut output.

  • Twitter reconsiders character limit
    Twitter reconsiders character limit

    Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey may be exploring ways to expand the social media's 140-character limit, reports CNBC's Landon Dowdy.

  • Jan 5- Twitter Inc is building a new feature that will allow users to post tweets as long as 10,000 characters, technology news website Re/code reported on Tuesday. Twitter has been experimenting under Jack Dorsey- the company's co-founder who returned as chief executive in October- to make the service more engaging. It faced its slowest user growth in 2015- it now...

  • Jan 5- Twitter Inc is building a new feature that will allow users post messages as long as 10,000 characters, Re/code reported on Tuesday. The micro-blogging website, which currently has a 140- character limit, is considering launching the service toward the end of the first quarter but has not set an official date, Re/code reported, citing sources familiar with...

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    Twitter is building a new feature that will allow users to tweet things longer than the traditional 140-character limit. Re/code reports.

  • Jan 5- Twitter Inc is building a new feature that will allow users post messages as long as 10,000 characters, Re/code reported. The micro-blogging website, which currently has a 140- character limit, is considering launching the service toward the end of the first quarter, Re/code reported, citing sources familiar with the plans. Twitter was not immediately...