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Three years after its initial public offering, Facebook shares are up more than 100 percent, re/code reports.
Leaders of two out of three of the so-called BRICS may have set the record for the world's most powerful selfie.
Facebook unveiled new standards for contracted workers at its vendors including a $15 minimum wage and paid time off.
Twitter's CFO Anthony Noto stepped up and bought shares of the social network in the middle of it's recent landslide. Will he be right?
Tumblr's head of media and partnerships and Twitter's former head of media have been hired by Meerkat Re/code reports.
Brandon Wade, a former Booz Allen consultant and General Electric employee, failed in the dotcom world until he landed on what he loved: love.
Facebook's future will depend on increasing ad revenue and turning its big acquisitions into profits.
It may have been cut off from Twitter’s social graph, but that doesn’t mean Meerkat’s giving up the fight in live streaming.
Dating sites may pique the interest of some investors, but the $2.4B online dating market is fiercely competitive.
Periscope is not just about live streaming, but creating intimate experiences through interactivity, co-founder Kayvon Beykpour tells CNBC.
The so-called "fight of the century" ended with Floyd Mayweather beating Manny Pacquiao but Periscope may have been the real winner.
The Facebook and IBM marketing partnership will combine data and analytics from the two firms to create personalized ads, the NYT reports.
Microsoft will include support for a middle finger emoji on the Windows 10 operating system for mobile and desktop computers.
Andrew Keene of Keene on the Market explains why Facebook could hit a new high very soon.
The creator of viral-content site ViralNova says Facebook's new algorithm isn't an "evil robot," it's your friend. C'mon. Hug your friend.
Citing copyright violations, Periscope said it axed 30 live streams of the boxing match between Mayweather and Pacquiao over the weekend.
Social media stocks Twitter and LinkedIn are plunging. What does that mean for the billions pumped into pre-revenue start-ups?
Three social media companies' shares have dropped by nearly a quarter this week on disappointing outlooks. What's the story?
LinkedIn's disappointing guidance is tied to the acquisition of lynda.com and fx and won't prevent growth, UBS' Eric Sheridan tells CNBC.
Two industry watchers disagreed over whether social media stocks' drubbing this week served as an opportunity or a warning sign.
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