Here's what the "Halftime" traders talked about during the breaks.
Markets are steady as she goes with strength in two key sectors.
New data from eVestment show that big institutional traders sold Apple's stock more than any other in the second quarter.
Morgan Stanley raises its price target on the social media company.
JPMorgan presents its favorite internet stock ideas for the rest of the year.
Jim Cramer prepares investors for the impending gloom of a rate hike and slowing economy.
Carter Worth, Cornerstone Macro, goes to the charts to look at why the breakout in FANG stocks may not be a positive sign.
The "Fast Money" traders give you 6 ways to play the FANG stocks.
The "Fast Money" traders share their takes on FANG stocks: Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google.
Market research company eMarketer believes Snapchat ads will make up 2 percent of all social media ad spend in 2017.
When the feature launched 10 years ago, people protested. Now, it's a key part of the company.
Due to client inquiries, Suntrust's Robert Peck put together a list of potential Twitter acquirers.
If you want to order gluten-free food at The White Moose Cafe in Dublin, Ireland, you'd better be prepared to provide a doctor's note.
A chief executive’s political leanings may significantly influence whom workers donate to and choose at the polls, a study found.
The "surroundie" could be the newest trend in picture taking thanks to the rise of VR headsets and affordable 360 degree cameras.
If you think Instagram isn't real art, think again. From London to Singapore, exhibits are curating photos exclusively from Instagram.
According to SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, the Cape Canaveral mishap was not an explosion, but a "fast fire."
After recently implementing fees to sell certain brands, Amazon clarified the rules by saying the charges only apply to new merchants.
The Facebook co-founder and CEO describes three qualities of people who make it to the top.
The European Commission’s ruling that Apple should pay Ireland billions of dollars in back taxes was neither punitive nor unfair, one of the world’s best-known economists told CNBC on Thursday.