Tech shares have risen more than banks, utilities, health firms, energy companies or consumer brands.
President Donald Trump unleashed a tweet storm Thursday morning.
Trump's ire seems to have been ignited by Democratic threats to oppose a shutdown-avoiding bill if it does not include Obamacare subsidies.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said employees took on a "completely different mindset" to tackle abuse on the platform in 2017.
"We want to cooperate, but we're not going to be put in hostage," Steny Hoyer tells CNBC.
The "Fast Money" traders weigh in on Twitter following the company's 'surprising' earnings beat.
U-S equities pared earlier gains as the Trump administration outlined its long-awaited tax reform proposal.
The company becoming irrelevant in online advertising, compared to its two largest rivals — Google and Facebook.
The struggling social-media company touted user growth as evidence it can get back on track under moonlighting boss Jack Dorsey.
Mike Tommasiello, better known as NYDoorman, quit his job to be a social media influencer at the coolest events.
Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates, tweeted for the first time Monday.
CNBC contributor Ross Levinsohn, Whisper Advisors co-founder, weighs in on the future of Twitter following a surprise earnings beat.
The digital ad space hasn't really evolved as much as people would like, Sun Microsystems co-founder Scott McNealy tells CNBC.
Sacca says he had vowed when he was in his 20s he would retire at age 40. He's almost 42.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew discusses Twitter's quarterly results which beat Street expectations and increased user growth.
Online advertising has yet to see a "real breakthrough" that allows other players to compete with Facebook and Google, Scott McNealy says.
Twitter told investors that it is "the best place for advertisers to drive brand perception".
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Scott McNealy, Wayin executive chairman talks about the challenges of monetizing advertising on social media sites "for anyone who is not Facebook or Google."
CNBC's Julia Boorstin breaks down Twitter's quarterly results which posted EPS of $0.11 Adj. on revenues of $548 million but the company's outlook for the second quarter was far worse than expected.