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Kara Swisher, Recode Executive Editor, discusses the strength of tech stocks this week and what innovation the sector holds, Gawker's Nick Denton firing back at Peter Thiel, and more executives leaving Twitter.
Silicon Valley's glitterati are flying south for the third annual Code Conference 2016. What to expect this year.
Unlike consumer-facing payment apps like Apple Pay, Adyen works on the back-end and is a business-to-business product.
Top executives in business development and media are leaving the social media company, Recode reports.
Periscope is "moving very aggressively" into the live event broadcasting space, the chief executive of the live streaming app told CNBC on Thursday.
Big banks have social media teams to rival newsrooms’ staffing abilities—and budgets.
Amid Snapchat's reported new funding round, "Fast Money" traders only saw more reason to own Facebook.
What's Snapchat worth? Roger McNamee, Elevation Partners founder, discusses how successful Snapchat can become.
The "Fast Money" traders give you 3 ways to trade Snapchat's recent valuation.
Analysts at MoffettNathanson sent a message to Twitter on Tuesday: Get it together.
"Power Lunch" hosts Melissa Lee and Brian Sullivan look at 5 stocks with analyst recommendations, including Goldman Sachs cutting General Mills to sell, and BMO upgrading Deere to outperform.
Snickers and 7-Eleven have teamed up to bring discounted candy to customers in Australia based on an algorithm that monitors mood on Twitter.
When cloud computing meets old-fashioned tech, that's when a rally can occur, CNBC's Jim Cramer said.
Shares of Square traded up more than 1 percent Tuesday after BTIG upgraded the stock from "neutral" to "buy."
Analysts at independent research firm MoffettNathanson downgraded Twitter to a 'sell' rating, writing harsh comments.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the latest about Twitter announcing new changes to its platform.
Twitter is rolling out a series of changes designed to make the service more intuitive and easier to use.
Jim Cramer explains what to watch ahead of the open, including Twitter and Microsoft.
Decisions by the likes of Twitter and YouTube to stream sports online may push more consumers to “cut the cord” of their television service.
In the battle of the big tech stocks, Facebook's peak growth rate could be in the past, a portfolio manager told CNBC.