Discussing whether investors should buy Groupon, and the low barriers to entry , with Frederick Moran, Benchmark Company analyst. Also, a look at a buy rating on Priceline.com, and an options strategy on Groupon, with Fast Money trader, Scott Nation.
In this feature, the Fast pros breakdown chatter in the market. What’s on their radar and should it be on yours?
Will Barnes & Noble's Nook take a bite out of the fast growing tablet market? An outlook on the competition and an overview of the new e-reader, with Brian Cooley, CNET.com.
"Statistics from Nielsen Online show that at least twenty-five percent of the seemingly hard-working people hunched over computers in their cubicles are actually looking at porn," and as this author writes, if you're one of them, you're probably losing a lot of money.
Yale professor David Gelernter survived an attack by the Unabomber. Now, he's up against a bigger force: He's suing Apple. After seeing an email from Steve Jobs in the case, one patent law expert said simply, "Wow."
Zynga just filed a new, expanded S-1, revealing new third-quarter numbers. The filing may be nearly 500 pages longer than the last one, but it's missing a key piece of information — a stock price. That indicates that Zynga's road show, which was scheduled to start next week, has been delayed.
With several big earnings expected next week, find out which names the "Mad Money" host plans to monitor.
Groupon's IPO soared out of the gate on its first day of trading, but beyond the hoopla, where's this stock likely to go from here? Michael Moe, GSV Capital, offers his perspective.
If Groupon's been plagued by a slew of questions about its business model and accounting issues? It's more than just pent-up demand and interest in the Internet space. The company has a few tricks up its sleeve to keep consumers.
Insight on why Barrons named Fusion-IO as the number one tech company, with David Flynn, Fusion-IO CEO, president, & co-founder, who discusses the company's reported profit of over $7 million.
CNBC's Herb Greenberg takes a look some stocks in the social media beat.
Is Groupon's stock already overpriced? Rick Summer, Morningstar senior equity analyst, says the stock is only worth eight dollars a share.
Jason Child, Groupon chief financial officer, weighs in on how he thinks the company's first day of trading will go.
While U.S. stocks finished near session highs Thursday, the "Fast Money" traders watched these names in particular.
Mobile dating app users say the services allow them to skip the more elaborate mating rituals of standard online dating, which seems to move glacially in an era of text messaging and social networking, report The New York Times.
Groupon stock may pop after the IPO, but the company faces a host of challenges beyond the accounting issues that forced the company to re-issue its S-1. Competitors, deal fatigue, customer annoyance and small business frustration are all taking their toll on the company. In the third quarter growth of the number of Groupons sold slowed to just one percent. Back in Q4 of 2010 the growth rate of Groupons sold was 97 percent, according to industry tracker Yipit.
There's a lot of investor optimism as well as some "question marks" about daily deal website Groupon's initial public offering later Thursday, Evercore Partners analyst Ken Sena told CNBC.
What can investors expect from Groupon's debut? Insight with Ken Sena, Evercore Partners analyst.
Early day discussions for the daily-deals site Groupon on Thursday indicate the company is looking at pricing its highly-anticipated initial public offering in a range of $19-$21 per share, according to people familiar with the matter.
AOL stock is flying higher today on stronger-than-expected 8 percent global advertising growth. I snagged CEO Tim Armstrong in a 'First on CNBC" interview to hear his strategy to turn the company around.