Ross Levinsohn says Twitter will thrive under the wing of a technology giant.
A team at Yahoo constantly monitored its servers to check for unauthorized infiltration, like the hack of 500 million email accounts.
Most cases of domestic terrorism can now be tied back to social media platforms, Assistant Attorney General for National Security John Carlin says.
"We need a more resilient model for payments," Jeremy Allaire, co-founder and CEO at Circle, told CNBC's "Squawk Alley."
The problem is compounded by growing mistrust of the U.S. government from citizens, says Adm. Michael Rogers, commander of the U.S. Cyber Command.
Most investors look at frontier markets through a haze of fear. Yet the Arab world could arguably produce the greatest returns.
Why have so many borrowers not chosen to refinance their mortgages when rates are so low?
Meteorologists decide on hurricane names years in advance, and sometimes reuse them. CNBC looks at the history and politics behind naming storms.
One trader is betting on the EWW to move higher as Clinton leads the polls.
The possibly of a homegrown terrorist is what keeps the top echelon of the FBI up at night, said deputy director Andrew McCabe.
Mike Pence's shout-out to Scranton during the VP debate proves the Trump team still thinks it can win Pennsylvania, says Jake Novak.
The six-page FAFSA form is complicated, and making a mistake can be expensive for college aid prospects.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey lost a disagreement with the board over exploring a sale of the company, according to Bloomberg.
An exclusive Manta poll taken after the last presidential debate reveals Trump leads among small-business voters, except among women.
It may be time to rebuild the internet with an ID-based verification system to make online surfing safer, Aspen Institute's Walter Isaacson says.
The email that gave Russian hackers access to an Arizona registration base looked like it came from an employee, said an official.
Hurricane Matthew was nearing the Bahamas, regaining some of the strength it had lost after swiping Cuba and leaving a trail of destruction in Haiti.
An acquisition of Twitter would immediately wreak havoc on the buyer's stock and growth trajectory, Jim Cramer said Wednesday.
Shares of Salesforce.com's stock dipped on Wednesday after reports that tied it more closely to the potential sale of Twitter.