Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey sat down for an interview to talk about what Wall Street has wrong about the company, and what his vision is.
U.S. stock-index futures traded lower on Wednesday, ahead of swathes of big-name earnings and a Federal Reserve policy decision.
Hedge funds are getting killed, says hedge fund manager Dan Loeb.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy takes a look at three things investors should watch when Facebook reports first quarter results after the bell.
Twitter on Tuesday posted mixed quarterly results and gave sales guidance that fell well short of Wall Street's expectations.
The tech giant is reportedly developing a stand-alone camera app similar to Snapchat.
The pioneering social network will report first quarter earnings on Wednesday, and Wall Street expects massive growth.
What to expect from Twitter's Q1 earnings
CNBC's Dominic Chu and Scott Kessler of S&P Global Market Intelligence discuss what to expect when Facebook reports its quarterly earnings on Wednesday.
Ahead of a string of quarterly results this week, "Fast Money" traders picked their best bets for earnings.
A look ahead to big tech earnings, with CNBC contributor Mike Khouw.
The "Fast Money" traders give you 6 plays to make during a bus yearnings week.
Without exciting new products, big tech will see stock prices go south, analyst Roger McNamee says.
Dicussing the current state of the markets with a view to this week's central bank meetings and upcoming earnings releases with Ron Weiner of RDM Financial Group; Ben Willis of Princeton Securities Group; and CNBC's Rick Santelli.
Hundreds of millions of dollars are being spent by Chinese companies to create the next Tesla, and it's easy to see why.
Analysts have mixed expectations from Twitter's quarterly earnings report, but long-term expectations appear brighter.
Denny Fish, Janus Capital Portfolio Manager, discusses investing in the tech space including his thoughts on upcoming earnings releases this week.
The FMHR traders look at whether the tech sector can turn around with some big upcoming earnings.
Apple may be eventually shut out of China, says a leading geopolitical specialist, a position countered by a top Wall Street analyst.
The news start-up says its next new project will be reviving something old, reports the NYT.