Mary Catherine is the director of social media at CNBC, overseeing the business network's team of social media editors.
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Twitter said Thursday it has filed for its long-awaited initial public offering — and, predictably, Twitter went crazy with the news.
Fashion guru Kenneth Cole is in hot water over a tweet Thursday from his personal account, where he apparently used the threat of military conflict in Syria to promote footwear.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn revealed on Twitter that he's taken a "large position" in Apple—a tweet that instantly moved the market.
Ever been on a date and been unable to resist checking your Twitter feed? If the answer is yes, you're probably addicted to Twitter.
This question was posed to a panel of power tweeters and social media experts during a screening of CNBC's "#TwitterRevolution."
It's no surprise that viewers shared their passion for Twitter on the night of the premiere, so much so that the hashtag became the top trending topic in the U.S. generating tens of thousands of tweets.
The schmoozing in Sun Valley can lead to mega deals. For reporters, getting the scoop on these deals can be a bit of a scavenger hunt.
Every month, CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" asks its viewers and followers to submit guesses for the non-farm payroll number, which comes out on the first Friday of every month.
Zillow made social media history Tuesday when it became the first company to solicit questions on Twitter and Facebook during its earnings call. The tweets poured in, right? Not exactly.
Hackers compromise the @AP twitter account, sending out a fake tweet about an attack at the White House that resulted in a brief market plunge.