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Value investor Bill Miller reveals why Twitter has great potential at $16 in an interview with CNBC.
Facebook's targeting mastery is attracting huge advertisers and pushing off small brands that can no longer afford the social network.
Facebook-owned WhatsApp now has a billion users, a key milestone for the social network as it searches for ways to monetize the service.
Twitter has released its first-ever Chinese New Year emoji in a bid to increase user engagement over Asia's premier holiday period.
Donald Trump has started yet another Twitter feud. This time it's with Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal, a Saudi business magnate.
Facebook is banning private gun sales on its network and Instagram, moving to clamp down on unlicensed gun transactions, The NY Times reports.
Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Youssef Squali likes Facebook despite its rough start to 2016.
Ex-CEO Shkreli will talk to his followers on social media, but not to Congress, which is asking for testimony on drug prices. The NYT reports.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey confirms the exit of product head Kevin Weil and media boss Katie Stanton and two other top executives.
In a major executive upheaval, two of Twitter's top executives are departing the company, sources tell Re/code.
Tinder users will see a new feature in their app next time they log in: a health safety section that links to a free HIV and STD testing-site locator.
Nobody knows if a bottom is in sight for turbulent Twitter shares.
The growth and development of virtual reality will help bring people closer, Facebook's COO Sheryl Sandberg says.
Music streaming service Deezer has raised 100 million euros in its latest round of funding, with participation from mobile network operator, Orange.
Ex-Twitter CEO Dick Costolo says his years running Twitter through its IPO helped him discover an interest in this realm.
Former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo announced that he is launching a new startup on Tuesday that will focus on wellness.
Live streaming video will now be integrated into users' Twitter feed.
The social media platform suffered a temporary outage across the globe early Tuesday.
WhatsApp, owned by Facebook, will no longer charge subscription fees and plans to test tools to allow users to communicate directly with businesses.
The mobile messaging service will no longer charge annual subscription fees.
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