"Fast Money" traders looked at Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn as the social media names reported earnings this week.» Read More
Citing a recent "buy" rating on Twitter, CNBC's Jim Cramer believes the social network's growth story may be similar to Amazon's.
First, San Francisco-based commuters to Google got buses with plush seats and free WiFi. Now, they are getting security.
Sen. John McCain is well known as an opponent of wasteful spending, and on Thursday he decided to have a little fun at the expense of his colleagues.
Twitter may soon allow users to buy directly from tweets, as it closes in on a deal with payments startup Stripe to help accept credit card payments.
Obamacare advocates began a renewed social media blitz to push young adults to sign up for health insurance.
Some of Thursday's midday movers:
Why investors should be "shy" of putting money into Twitter, with Porter Bibb, MediaTech Capital Partners. Also, what to make of the Google and Nest deal.
Dan Fitzpatrick, StockmarketMentor.com president & technical analyst, takes a look at the charts to get a technical read on Twitter. Also a look at why Fitzpatrick likes the biotech sector.
Some undercover work at Starbucks stores shows there may be problems brewing at Wall Street's coffee darling, says retail analyst Brian Sozzi.
You should take a long, hard look at patterns emerging in the daily and weekly charts of Apple and Twitter.
Some of Monday's midday movers:
Philippe Laffont, founder and CEO of Coatue Management, breaks down what to expect from some top tech companies.
Facebook has acquired Branch, a messaging company with a high-profile pedigree: it was backed by an incubator started by Twitter's co-founders.
It's been a year of rising stock prices and economic recovery. So why are executives still making cuts and dissing this economy? Retail analyst Brian Sozzi explains.
John Blackledge, Cowen and Company, explains why he initiated a downgrade on Twitter and discusses a Cowen survey where ad buyers thought Twitter offered less of a return on investment than Facebook.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says Twitter will get earnings some day, but his bet is on Facebook.
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone just launched a new app, called Jelly. Buzzfeed's Jon Steinberg tests it out. Here's his first impression.
Hint: it's social and its first earnings report is coming soon.
With an explosion in the use of social media, some employers have turned to Facebook and Twitter to learn more about potential job applicants.
"Fast Money" trader Tim Seymour breaks down why Twitter is a "deadly trade." January 30th is the first day of earnings for Twitter, he says, and it's a very important day for the company.