Steve Odland, president and CEO of the Committee for Economic Development, speaks with CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” about tech giants facing scrutiny over their influence in the 2016 presidential election.
McGowan has been tweeting supporting women who have come forward against Harvey Weinstein and calling out other alleged male sexual abusers.
Firefighters facing a resurgence of high winds struggled to halt wildfires that have killed at least 23 people.
They likely will not make the ads public before a Nov. 1 hearing featuring officials from Facebook, Twitter and Google.
The biggest loophole of all for professional football could be in the president's own tax plan.
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Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn’s Senate campaign announcement ad has been blocked by Twitter.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on comments from a Trump digital campaign director about Facebook and Twitter helping the campaign and Google's discovery it displayed Russian-bought ads on its platforms.
Scott Galloway, professor of marketing at NYU Stern School of Business, speaks with CNBC about the role that tech giants such as Facebook and Google played in the 2016 presidential election.
Brad Parscale was behind the social media ad strategy that helped Trump win the election, putting more than 50,000 ads on Facebook each day.
The ads do not appear to be from the same Kremlin-affiliated entity that bought Facebook ads, which may indicate a broader Russian disinformation effort.
Mark Mahaney, RBC Markets internet analyst, discusses the RBC Capital Markets survey results on internet advertisers and its bad news for Snapchat and Twitter.
The full scope of how Russia used the social networking site are not yet fully known, said Roger McNamee.
One of the developers behind Google News, Krishna Bharat, said the current product is "shameful and irresponsible."
Google CEO Sundar Pichai told The Verge that he takes responsibility for weeding out fake news.
Sen. Mark Warner wants to see Facebook and other social media companies make changes to their political ads.
Richard Burr and Mark Warner warned that Russia will keep trying to influence American elections next year and beyond.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A "plus" product will give people access to 10,000 sports events on on TV.
Iger said the most interesting part of Twitter was its distribution.