Rachel Christensen, BuzzFeed Director of Social Media, discusses Instagram's new Stories feature that is inspired by Snapchat.
The social network ignored seven summonses from U.S. tax investigators seeking information about how it manages its finances across borders. Now it could owe $5 billion.
The Fast Money traders share their final trades of the day.
Kara Swisher, Re/code co-executive editor, shares her views on Instagram's new Snapchat-like feature "stories," as well as her thoughts on Facebook and Twitter. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
Even though most made money in stocks in July, investors have taken some of their gains off the table.
Morris Mark, Mark Asset Management, discusses his strategy for being in tech media names like Tencent and Facebook.
Mike Isaac, New York Times Tech Correspondent, and Jessica Lessin, The Information Founder and Editor in Chief, discuss Instagram's "Stories" product to take on Snapchat as well as Facebook testing ads in their live streams.
Instagram on Tuesday launched a product designed to directly take on emerging rival Snapchat.
Gawker founder and CEO Nick Denton tells CNBC he's looking to get the best price possible for his company.
Here's a look at the current best and worst industries and regions with regard to paid family leave benefits.
Cathie Wood, ARK Investment Management CEO & CIO, looks at what's working in the market and gives her best plays for the tech space.
Chief Marketing Officer Leslie Berland will now assume responsibility for communications, a Twitter spokesperson said.
Customer relationship management company Salesforce.com agreed to buy collaboration platform Quip for about $582 million in stock.
Kourtney Gibson, president at Loop Capital, discusses what's causing concerns in travel stocks.
Uber is reversing out of a dead end in China by handing its China business to local rival Didi Chuxing, according to Breakingviews.
While IPOs may steal the spotlight, a pair of experts suggested looking for growth in older technology companies like Apple and HP Enterprise.
Many people who download apps fail to read the fine print, which states that you agree to provide access to all data on your device.
Tech stocks have reached the highest levels in 16 years. But two strategists say there’s more to come.
CNBC's Dom Chu reports on the return of FANG stocks: Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Alphabet/Google.
The technology giant CEO's gained millions to their pocket books this week after the companies each beat their quarterly earnings and revenue estimates.