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A year ago Facebook bought Oculus, virtual-reality headset maker, but FB's plans for VR may involve content produced by its own users.
Joanne Bradford, Pinterest, discusses the company's new ad product, which lets people advertise products and services they want. With CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Twitter's co-founder Evan Williams says Dick Costolo is doing a great job and commented on Twitter's volatile stock price.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on how companies like Facebook and New York Times are using technology to change the way content is consumed.
Speaking at the Code/Media conference, NYT CEO Mark Thompson dismissed questions about brain drain and the flight of top talent from the Gray Lady.
An early Web video pioneer and the screenwriter known for “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” came together on the Code/Media stage Tuesday.
Chris Cox, Chief Product Officer of Facebook, explained why its Oculus Rift acquisition will be a game changer for the company. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports from Code Media in Dana Point, California.
Nick Denton's plan for Gawker Media includes viral videos, stunts, listicles for 2015, along with the introduction of a mobile app.
When it comes to luring business to New York, the city may take a hit after Amazon announced its exit, says Kathryn Wylde, CEO of Partnership for New York City.
Judy Faulkner is not going to sell her company Epic Systems to Apple anytime soon. "We're not going to do that," she said at a conference this week.
The New York City Council imposed a cap on licenses for ride-hailing drivers, limiting the number allowed on city streets.