Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey confirms the exit of product head Kevin Weil and media boss Katie Stanton and two other top executives.
Facebook analyzed audience and survey data and discovered the millennial mindset toward money isn't quite as impulsive as you might think.
A group of widely owned stocks may be at risk of taking a hit as investors unwind their exposure to equities amid increased volatility in 2016.
Virtual and augmented reality is posed to disrupt a range of industries in 2016. Here are some of the companies investing in this new trend.
It's a jam-packed week for earnings, with some of the largest companies set to report. The Halftime Report experts give their take on what to expect
Investors will turn their attention this week to the Fed and big earnings for clues on market direction.
Despite its problems, Twitter is one of the "most significant companies of the century," says Ted Bailey, chief executive of Dataminr.
With the Nasdaq headed for its worst month since 2008, the top U.S. tech companies prepare to address nervous investors.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on media companies that are performing better than the S&P 500.
Channing Smith, Capital Advisors, shares his expectations from the tech sector ahead of those companies' earnings reports.
A group of stocks could be poised to buck the year's sell-off trend, based on their track records during earnings season.
The Osterhout Design Group wants to make augmented reality glasses that people will actually wear.
Government and technology companies have to work together to achieve equilibrium between privacy and security, Cisco Systems CEO Chuck Robbins says.
Jim Cramer goes down his checklist of events that must occur in order for the market to reach an investable bottom.
Nobody knows if a bottom is in sight for turbulent Twitter shares.
One thing for certain about market corrections is eventually they'll stop. The problem, of course, is figuring out where.
"Think about the digital footprint that you're leaving online everyday and try minimize it," Wickr's Nico Sell tells CNBC.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
U.S. stock futures were plummeting this morning, as U.S. oil prices sank another 3 percent and traded below $28 per barrel, hitting lows not seen since September 2003.
The growth and development of virtual reality will help bring people closer, Facebook's COO Sheryl Sandberg says.