CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports Xiaomi unveiled its latest phone, and the company's international vice president Hugo Barra spoke out on his relationship with Facebook.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos turns 51 Monday. We look at how fast he accumulated his wealth on a per-day basis, comparing that to other billionaires.
A close look at Mark Zuckerberg's new book club, 'A Year of Books,' shows that it bears little in common with Oprah Winfrey's, TODAY reports.
WhatsApp, the messaging service Facebook bought for $19 billion, has grown to 700 million monthly active users. Re/code reports.
Discussing the growth and monetization of WhatsApp, with Nick Bilton of the New York Times.
Zuckerberg invited his 30 million Facebook followers to read a book with him every other week. Re/code reports.
Is the world turning on Facebook? Jon Steinberg, Daily Mail North America CEO, takes a looks at what threats are waiting in the wings to take users from the social network.
Facebook has laid a foundation for entering China, but it could morph its product depending on what the Chinese government will allow.
Discussing Facebook's growth strategy in China, with Jessica Lessin, The Information founder.
Facebook is at the epicenter of a secular shift in mobile, says Colin Sebastian, Robert W. Baird, discussing the social network's outlook for 2015 and ad competition with Google.
CNBC's Jim Cramer and David Faber discuss the note by Citi where they raised Instagram's valuation to $35 billion up from $19 billion citing faster audience growth.
A small group of elite investors are behind Uber's latest fundraising effort and believe the company is set for a massive IPO.
Hany Nada, GGV Capital co-founder, discusses Mark Zuckerberg's comments about Apple and ad-supported services. Nada says Facebook's ad effectiveness is 10 times better than anyone else.
Discussing Facebook's ad platform, Nate Elliott, Forrester, shares his thoughts on whether brands are getting the return they're looking for from the social network.
CEO Dick Costolo provided a clear picture of his vision for Twitter, and the company's stock soared following his presentation.
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Sheryl Sandberg made an appearance during a Facebook Q&A to clear up any dirty laundry rumors about CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg responded to why he wears the same shirt every day.
Speaking at his first ever public Q&A, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg weighed in on the accuracy of 'The Social Network' film and his fashion choices.
Google, Facebook and Twitter should take notes! Jim Cramer reviews the importance of storytelling on a company's stock, courtesy of Kevin Spacey.