Dan Ives, managing director of equity research form Wedbush Securities, and David Garrity, chief market strategist from Laidlaw and Company U.K., joins CNBC's "Closing Bell to give their take on which tech companies are most at risk from antitrust concerns.
The "Halftime Report" traders debate Evercore's call on Facebook in the "call of the day."
WASHINGTON, July 16- Democratic and Republican lawmakers said on Tuesday that Facebook Inc's track record of what they described as untrustworthiness should stand in the way of it launching a digital currency, labeling the plan "delusional" and "crazy" at a Senate hearing. Facebook is fighting to get Washington onside after it shocked regulators and lawmakers...
But it's important to separate this very real threat from Thiel's specific allegations about Google, which were presented without proof, and from his claims that Google has participated in "treasonous" activity.
Bitcoin continued its downward spiral as lawmakers added to regulatory fears by questioning the safety and legitimacy of cryptocurrency.
Instagram users took to Twitter on Tuesday to complain about service disruption issues with the photo-sharing app.
Stone, 66, a notorious Republican political operative who has described himself as a "dirty trickster," had previously been dressed down by the judge for his public remarks about the federal criminal case in Washington, D.C.
Mozelle Thompson, former FTC commissioner and former advisor to Facebook, and Kristin Smith, director of the Blockchain Association, discuss the new cryptocurrency, Libra, as Facebook testifies before Congress.
The president repeated accusations made previously by Peter Thiel, a co-founder of PayPal and venture capitalist, that Google worked for the Chinese government. The Trump Administration will take a look! " Thiel had called on the FBI and CIA to probe Google on its relations with China, and had alleged that the company worked with the Chinese military.
The Senate Banking Committee wrapped up its hearing on Facebook's planned digital currency, Libra. Facebook executive David Marcus was also forced to answer questions regarding Facebook in general. CNBC's Ylan Mui reports.
Facebook's David Marcus said at a Senate hearing Tuesday that U.S. sanctions could be at risk without financial services innovation.
Sen. Sherrod Brown questions Facebook in a hearing on the new cryptocurrency, Libra, that the social media site is backing.
Kevin Delaney, Quartz editor in chief, and Laura Martin, Needham Facebook analyst, join "Squawk Alley" to discuss Facebook's David Marcus' testimony on Capitol Hill, and regulation of Libra.
Facebook's David Marcus testifies before Congress on the regulatory process of the new cryptocurrency, Libra.
Facebook is fighting to get Washington onside after it shocked regulators and lawmakers with its announcement on June 18 that it was hoping to launch a new digital coin called Libra in 2020.. "Facebook has demonstrated through scandal after scandal that it doesn't deserve our trust," Democratic senator Sherrod Brown, the ranking member of the Senate Banking...
BERLIN, July 16- German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz said on Tuesday regulators must ensure that cryptocurrencies such as Facebook's planned digital coin Libra do not threaten financial stability and consumer privacy. "The issuance of a currency does not belong in the hands of a private company because this is a core element of state sovereignty," Scholz said...
Sen. Sherrod Brown does not mince words at a Senate Banking Committee hearing on Facebook's plans for a new digital currency.
Dimon is making his own bet on a digital coin that could transform the global payments landscape: JPM Coin.