"The Information" reports Marc Andreessen and private equity firm Silver Lake Partners are considering some sort of deal for Twitter, but it is unclear if the talks are still active. CNBC contributor Jessica Lessin, founder and editor at The Information, provides insight. Jon Steinberg, weighs in.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Sir Maritn Sorrell, WPP CEO, discusses the growth of digital ads as marketers go beyond traditional TV and radio advertising.
Kara Swisher of Re/code discusses Wall Street's expectations of Amazon and the cost of building its businesses, how the cloud has boosted Microsoft's business and what's next for Yahoo and Twitter.
Donald Trump has started yet another Twitter feud. This time it's with Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal, a Saudi business magnate.
With companies getting more comfortable touting wares on digital devices, Facebook still has plenty of room to expand.
At its current burn rate, Jack Dorsey has 412 years to turn the company around before money becomes an issue.
Facebook easily topped Wall Street's most optimistic estimates for both revenue and earnings in the fourth quarter, the company announced Wednesday.
NYU finance professor Aswath Damodaran explains why he thinks Apple is no longer a growth company and what Twitter needs to convert its popularity into money.
With Facebook on pace to saturate the social media business, Wall Street is watching earnings for signs the company can continue to grow.
Former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo, shares his thoughts on Jack Dorsey.
Former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo, shares his thoughts on Leslie Berland as the new CMO of Twitter.
Former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo, weighs in on the upheaval on Twitter's leadership team and talent mobility in Silicon Valley. Also Costolo shares his thoughts on Twitter's future.
Former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo, shares his thoughts on startup funding and valuations. Boards are paying a lot more attention to burn rates now, says Costolo.
Former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo, talks about his newest venture into the fitness industry.
U.S. stock futures clawed back early losses as oil stabilized this morning, after a sharp slide in Chinese stocks
Facebook has been trying to convince Indian regulators to lift a ban on its Free Basics program but the firm isn't having much success.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey confirms the exit of product head Kevin Weil and media boss Katie Stanton and two other top executives.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the latest developments coming out of Twitter regarding their interim media chief.
William George, Sr. Fellow at Harvard Business School and Former Medtronic CEO, weighs in on the latest action coming from Twitter and their business strategies.