BuzzFeed and Yahoo are partnering to create a Japanese-language version of the viral news and entertainment site, the FT reports.
A critical expose of Amazon's workplace dynamics by The New York Times sparked debate across social media on Monday.
Many recent high-flier IPOs are down big in 2015, and the negative sentiment could spill over to the general market.
In this week's "Trader Poll," we want to find out what you think millennials are betting their money on.
A look at apps that have changed the way we interact with people and the world around us. Some are empowering the on-demand generation.
As we become more and more connected as a society via technology, behaviors are evolving—some for the better, some for the worse.
After closely followed hedge funds disclosed their holdings on Friday, one purchase looked "really interesting" to one trader.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Mark Mahaney of RBC Capital is making changes to his stock picks. Which were bumped and which made their way to the top?
Casper is trying to upend the mattress industry through online sales, but its ad team is finding inroads offline on subways and taxis.
Hillary Clinton has received some backlash for her social media strategy. Experts say trying to be hip without asking why can backfire.
Facebook could be planning a standalone news application similar to Twitter, according to Business Insider.
Cuba needs infrastructure investment of all kinds, but Google is discovering that Internet connectivity there is by far the most politically thorny.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Brittany Creech, a high school senior from Missouri, decided that the backdrop of her senior photo would be her favorite restaurant: Taco Bell.
The National Football League and Twitter have announced a multi-year content partnership in which the NFL will distribute about 100 clips a week on Twitter.
U.S. stocks closed more than 1 percent higher as a recovery in oil prices and a Warren Buffett acquisition encouraged investor sentiment.
Twitter has a new deal with the NFL to put more football highlights than ever on Twitter feeds. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports.
Max Wolff, Manhattan Venture Partners chief economist, and Edmund Lee, Re/Code, discuss Twitter's new deal with the NFL and their executive board.
"Halftime Report" trader Joe Terranova made Twitter one of his top holdings for the CNBC Pro model portfolio competition.