A Russian government-linked group seems to eager to slow down the Macron campaign's progress.
Marissa Mayer, Yahoo's chief executive, will be well compensated for her five-year stint at the company, the NYT reports.
Ryan Roberts of MCM Partners explains why the company will continue to struggle going forward.
Morgan Stanley shares its favorite internet picks into year-end, which have earnings upside potential.
FCC chairman Ajit Pai is expected to unveil his net neutrality strategy and discuss the future of internet regulation on Wednesday. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports.
On Friday CEO Reed Hastings announced the company had accomplished the touchstone of reaching 100 million subscribers.
Cowen shares with clients its top internet picks for earnings season.
Gaming websites could be spawning a new breed of cybercriminals, according to research which claims that young people are being led into hacking crimes.
Thursday marks both Trump's 90th day in office and yet another missed deadline on another promise of his presidency.
Jeff Fischer, The Motley Fool, says Facebook is throwing down the gauntlet by focusing on augmented reality to take on other players in the space.
Here's a summary of analyst opinions on Netflix after the company reported first-quarter earnings Monday.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 17- Facebook Inc launched a review on Monday of how it handles violent videos and other objectionable material, saying it needed to do better after a video of a killing in Cleveland on Sunday remained on its website and mobile app for two hours. The world's largest social network will be looking for ways to make it easier for people to report...
A lot of people have been quick to declare the death of Snapchat, but that's based on faulty logic, Taylor Lorenz writes on Medium.
The hotel industry has it out for Airbnb.
Alex Yao, JP Morgan, says payments companies provide consumer insights and allows for the distribution of other financial products through payments.
LONDON/ SAN FRANCISCO, April 13- Facebook Inc said on Thursday it suspended 30,000 accounts in France as the social network giant steps up efforts to stop the spread of fake news, misinformation and spam. The pressure on social media sites including Twitter, Google's YouTube and Facebook has intensified in the run-up to the elections in France and Germany.
Facebook is taking action against thousands of fake accounts in France as the social network giant seeks to halt the spread of spam and misinformation.
Mark Mahaney, RBC Captial Markets lead internet analyst, gives his top stock picks in the large-cap tech space.
Instagram's Snapchat-inspired feature is now more popular than Snapchat.
LONDON, April 13- Facebook said on Thursday it is taking action against tens of thousands of fake accounts in France as the social network giant seeks to demonstrate it is doing more to halt the spread of spam as well as fake news, hoaxes and misinformation. Social media sites including Twitter, Google's YouTube and Facebook also are under scrutiny for their...