Stephen Curry is one of several big names on the Warriors to get involved with the local start-up scene.
The value of the network when it comes to disseminating information and breaking news is unrivaled, Costolo says.
CNBC's Carl Quintanilla talks to Dick Costolo, former Twitter CEO, about Twitter content and the growing productivity in personal fitness software.
Trump's been giving his cell phone number to world leaders. The biggest security threats could be aimed at his aides, Vox reports.
The “Fast Money” traders discuss their final trades for the day including Qualcomm, Twitter, Palo Alto Networks, Tesaro.
Kathy Griffin posts photo with fake severed Trump head and loses CNN deal.
The former ESPN personality said his President John Skipper was a good leader
President Donald Trump's fancy fingering in his post-midnight — and now deleted — Twitter post has stirred up a kerfuffle.
Halide is a new camera app for the iPhone that will make taking great photos really easy.
Billionaire Guo Wengui owns real-estate world wide, and is attacking China’s powerful and wealthy on Twitter, N.Y. Times reports.
Donald Trump tweeted shortly after midnight on Wednesday morning, but it is not at all clear what the president was tweeting about.
"Squawk on the Street's Carl Quintanilla reports on comments Twitter investor Steve Ballmer made at this year's Code Conference.
Trump tweets and deletes "covfefe", sparking internet memes.
Michael Nathanson, MoffetNathanson, shares his outlook on social media companies Twitter and Snapchat. Twitter is not a good platform for modernization, says Nathanson.
Trump targets "negative press covfefe" in midnight tweet.
Jim Cramer rattles off his take on caller favorite stocks, including the Jack-Dorsey-run payments company Square.
When Disney bought Capital Cities in 1995, ESPN wasn't really considered that big a deal. Sometimes it's better to be lucky than good.
Facebook is hosting an invite-only summit in June to court health industry leaders.
In producing its first original video content, Facebook is targeting the same youthful, irreverent demographic it's pursued in other areas.
Businessman seeks to reward homeless man who aided victims of Manchester attack