CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the departure of Twitter's Kathy Chen, managing director in Greater China.
UK singer Rebecca Ferguson has said she will sing at Donald Trump's inauguration ceremony, if she can sing the song "Strange Fruit".
The New York Times looks back at the year that was to toast and roast the year's deal makers and look ahead to what may come next.
Kathy Chen follows others out the door of the social communications company. Recode reports.
Kathy Chen, managing director for Great China, announced via Twitter that she was leaving the company following restructuring.
Here are four ways Twitter can improve its service, says Tae Kim.
Scott Kessler, Head of Technology Sector Equity Research & Senior Equity Analyst, CFRA Research, looks at several Internet stocks and their prospects for the coming year.
FMHR trader Scott Brown looks at Twitter and whether it's worth investing in Jack Dorsey. The FMHR traders weigh in.
The dashboard video seems to show Tesla issue a warning before the car ahead gets into an accident, reports NBC News.
The six astronauts who live and work on the International Space Station will welcome 2017 at the same time as UK, reports NBC News.
Dorsey says Twitter is considering all of these things, including the edit-tweet functionality, reports Recode.
The book, titled Dangerous, is set for release on March 14, 2017, according to the Verge.
Bankers with Snap's IPO roadshow have cast the company's leader as a visionary, like Steve Jobs or Mark Zuckerberg.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Windows’ infamous Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) is turning a shade of green for Windows 10 testers soon, The Verge reports.
Social media giant Twitter is looking to build its audience by offering panoramic live views via the company's Periscope app, reports CNBC's Landon Dowdy.
Following the backlash it received for its Twitter tribute to Carrie Fisher, Cinnabon has issued a further apology for its picture of Princess Leia.
Only a limited number of users can broadcast live 360-degree videos on Twitter for now.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell on Wednesday, including: Mylan, Sprint, Twitter and more.
Some are debating whether to stop covering President-elect Donald Trump's tweets, Jake Novak says that would be a disastrous mistake.