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After building a social media empire with over 1,000 customers, Sprinklr is being rivaled by companies rushing to copy its success formula.
What is going to happen to Twitter? At a projected $18 billion price tag, the options can be tough to imagine. Recode reports.
The "Fast Money" traders weighed the tech titans after Apple shares gained 3 percent on Wednesday.
Zuckerberg has sold nearly $300 million in Facebook stock this past month, including a $95 million sale. Recode reports.
The iPhone maker says some users experienced problems in the first hour the software update was available.
Chipotle Mexican Grill is known for its saucy tweets, but a post from Tuesday caused a stir with some social media users.
Now, to enhance the bonds between video-makers and the fans who love 'em, YouTube has announced a clutch of new social networking features.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Instagram, the photo-sharing app owned by Facebook, launched a keyword moderation tool to allow users to control comments posted on their pictures.
Digital advertising will surpass TV ad spend for the first time by the end of this year. Google and Facebook stand to benefit.
Hong Kong cosmetic icon Sa Sa has gone digital to counter mainland Chinese tourists' dwindling interest in shopping, CFO Guy Look said.
Online stars are lashing out against YouTube for removing ads from videos with "controversial" content.
Twitter is about to make a big change to the way that tweets work, The Verge reports.
Hillary Clinton found herself in hot water after calling half of her opponent's supporters "a basket of deplorables."
Generations Y and Z will be the most important demographic in the economy, and companies need to adapt in order to benefit, say experts.
In an interview with CNBC, Facebook's David Marcus explains how Facebook's Messenger platform will be monetized.
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