Goldman Sachs recommends 10 momentum stocks that will continue to lead bull market as rest of the market flounders.
Facebook is changing the way it handles its Safety Check feature after terrorist attacks in Paris and Beirut.
The Paris attacks were the first time Facebook used a "safety check" feature, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Misleading posts began circulating on social media in the aftermath of the Paris attacks and should not be believed.
While France is coming to terms with this weekend’s terrorist attacks in Paris, the world has joined forces to show its support for the country.
Facebook's safety check was implemented for a good cause but users have been complaining about the way the company has handled the feature.
The format isn't new, but it's becoming the go-to language for how millennials communicate via text. Naturally, brands are noticing.
Investors are starting to worry about FANG stocks' leadership and what it means for the market.
At a time when more workplaces are going business casual, one retail upstart is trying to encourage men to button up, or rather down.
A troubled Yahoo could be in for a top management change, and soon, says SunTrust Robinson Humphrey Internet equity analyst Bob Peck.
The Indian government blocks more Facebook content than any other nation—and by a wide margin—according to a reported release by the tech giant.
Top chart analyst Jeff deGraaf explains why technical analysis should be a key part of your investing process.
In the first six months of this year, India has requested that Facebook block more content to their country than any other country.
Alphabet's Google and IAC's HomeAdvisor partner in home services.
An app created by Fastcash allows users to send and receive money using social networking sites.
A start-up claiming to have built "the world’s smallest computer” has reached its crowdfunding goal in its bid to take on some of the biggest PC firms.
Top chart analyst Jeff deGraaf answers investment questions from CNBC Pro subscribers and explains why a market top could be forming.
Liberty Media chief John Malone said he wouldn't be surprised to see more media consolidation as global scale becomes important.
Like any other asset, start-ups can rise and fall, and big money managers are being forced to make adjustments.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen leads the list of central bank-speakers today, after the Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq posted their lowest closes of the month.