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If you're a Twitter user, you may have an email sitting in your inbox telling you to change your password right now. You aren't alone.
Even if it isn't a bubble, the tech sector has had a pretty big run, and it might be time to look at some cautious ways to target tech-stock returns.
Traders could find themselves buying and selling a new commodity in two years' time: wireless broadband.
Did any or all of your favorites walk away with Mad Money gold?
Everyone seems to be high on social media mergers and IPOs these days like WhatsApp and Candy Crush. But Michael Yoshikami smells a bubble.
CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin reports the "Goldman gossiper" is finally revealed. "Frankly, I'm surprised it has taken so long," says the Twitter impersonator, John Lefevre.
These are the people who have had the greatest influence, who caused the most disruption in business over the past 25 years.
With economic data muted and the stock market in rally mode, Jim Cramer thinks these stocks are likely to attract bulls.
Bulls may be dancing in the Street, but bears may have good reasons to stop the party cold.
Cyber criminals have infected hundreds of thousands of computers with a virus called 'Pony' to steal bitcoins and other digital currencies.
"Jeopardy" whiz Arthur Chu found a way to win the game—and a hatefest erupted on Twitter. Hey, America, why do you hate people who figure out how to be successful?
Why does Apple, the most valuable U.S. company, insist on not joining?
Wal-Mart, the World Wide Web and fracking. CNBC readers say the men behind these game changers should be on the most influential list.
Mark Cuban tweets from the audience as SEC Chair Mary Jo White spoke at a conference in Washington this morning.
GrubHub filed confidentially to go public as soon as the first half of this year, the WSJ reported.
Facebook takes a big step toward mobile with its acquisition of WhatsApp, a start-up with a working business model.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Having trouble wrapping your head around Facebook's deal for WhatsApp? Just think of it like a big Instagram, one analyst tells CNBC.
Determining who belongs on CNBC's list of business influencers has led to spirited debates. How about Mark Zuckerberg or Jack Dorsey?
CNBC's Julia Boorstin and Carl Quintanilla take a look at two social media visionaries, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter's Jack Dorsey.