CNBC "Halftime Report" traders made a flurry of moves in their CNBC Pro model portfolios Wednesday and Thursday.
The dispute between Twitter and U.S. intelligence that broke into view this week actually began as long ago as last fall. Here's how it unfolded.
Since it launched more than a decade ago, Facebook has become a social networking giant. Here's how it plans to keep growing.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg has made more than any other CEO based on his age and current net worth.
In honor of Friday the 13th and all of those with Paraskevidekatriaphobia out there, we want to know if there are any trades you really fear?
Officials are now investigating Trump's longtime butler, after he called for Obama to be killed.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The Facebook CEO says that being open to all viewpoints was at the "core of everything Facebook is and everything I want it to be."
A Guardian report contradicts earlier Facebook denials.
Thomas Zilliacus wants to prove that eyeballs can also translate into dollars with YuuZoo, which creates personalized social e-commerce platforms.
Amazon.com and Facebook both ended near all-time highs, and traders made their choice of the two.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports on action in Nordstrom stock after poor earnings.
Roger McNamee, Elevation Partners, discusses what's up with Apple and how he sees the stock moving down the road.
Dissecting the day's major business news, with the Fast Money traders. Today, the traders talk about tech stocks that are the new must owns.
The "Fast Money" traders give you 5 trades in the technology space.
Facebook counts on its human editorial team to help curate its trending feed according to leaked internal guidelines.
President and portfolio manager with Permanent Portfolio Funds Michael Cuggino and Heartland Financial's Chief Investment Officer Nancy Tengler weigh in on buying Apple stock and their future.
Joe Terranova trimmed Facebook and Domino's in his Halftime Portfolio.
You may have heard of virtual reality (VR). You might have thought it was just a fad. But there are quite a few people who think otherwise.
Dow titans Walt Disney and Apple have lost momentum, and "Fast Money" traders debated whether their stocks had any pop left.