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On Thursday, social media company Twitter dropped below its IPO price of $26. The intraday low was $25.94 a share.
The company said Thursday it'll let advertisers share promoted videos and promoted tweets to the full 700 million people in its MoPub network.
The 3-year-old start-up had a loss of $128 million and generated just $3 million in revenue last year, according to documents obtained by Gawker.
Federal agencies will be joining the ranks of beauty salons, taco stands and other services reviewed on Yelp.
Money and food: A tasty match made in heaven? A new generation of cooking enthusiasts have taken to blogging and some have cashed in as a result.
Upstart online retailer jet.com appeared to be suffering some website trouble early Saturday.
His big break ended before it began when he took it too far for Facebook.
New apps are automatically tracking, quantifying, and publishing your data in private and public ways, creating a social network for your data.
Facebook could be planning a standalone news application similar to Twitter, according to Business Insider.
Sports leagues such as the NFL and MLB are relying on online user generated content for their marketing campaigns.
The National Football League will distribute about 100 clips a week on Twitter, including highlights and instant replays.
Brittany Creech, a high school senior from Missouri, decided that the backdrop of her senior photo would be her favorite restaurant: Taco Bell.
A study released by Facebook says users are ditching "laugh out loud" in favor of other laughter expressions.
Twitter interim CEO Jack Dorsey is just one of a few insiders to buy the stock in recent days. Could this signal a bottom?
Twitter shares have endured a remarkable rise and fall, shedding nearly half their value in 4 months, and sparking talk about management changes.
For thousands of people each year, the search for love online ends not just with a broken heart, but an empty bank account. NBC reports.
Facebook, following in the footsteps of Meerkat and Twitter's Periscope, is rolling out its own version of a livestreaming app, Recode reports.
Should eBay be worried? Facebook is testing a marketplace to buy and sell your stuff, but only in Australia and New Zealand for now.
Twitter shares continued their slide that started last Tuesday, what's next for the social media giant?
Twitter is a company looking for a purpose, says Michael Yoshikami, Destination Wealth Management, sharing his thoughts on Twitter's identity crisis and dwindling appeal.
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