Entrepreneurs and traditional CEOs are different. Mark Cuban reminds us why.
His smartphone habit lets him work smarter, not harder.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey explained that a bug caused what would normally be invisible, back-end notifications to become visible for a short period.
Investors in fintech company Square don't seem to approve of the departure of CFO Sarah Friar, but CEO Jack Dorsey certainly does.
Musk and other CEOs have bought into their own hype, says this successful serial entrepreneur.
"This company is a rogue in the eyes of a lot of other tech companies," Jim Cramer says.
SurveyMonkey CEO Zander Lurie says Silicon Valley has a responsibility to protect consumers' data.
A draft of that executive order would direct federal agencies to give recommendations ways to "protect competition among online platforms and address online platform bias" within a month after being signed.
The Justice Department is considering delaying a meeting with state attorneys general planned for next week to discuss concerns about conservative voices being stifled on social media, according to a person familiar with the discussions.
Emails between Google employees appear to show them discussing ways to alter the company's search engine algorithm after the U.S. administration's travel ban. Google said none of the suggestions was ever implemented, the Wall Street Journal reported.
"Apple is really differentiating itself on privacy right now," longtime tech investor Roger McNamee says.
The launch of the largest and most expensive iPhone to date is happening on the same day as the biggest "sneaker drop" yet from Kanye West's Yeezy line of Adidas trainers, The Financial Times reports.
Twitter's ability to keep costs low despite fierce competition and heightened regulatory scrutiny will not last, according to MoffettNathanson, which reiterates its sell rating.
With the rise of Donald Trump, who has been described as the "human distillation" of the conspiracy theorists' paranoid worldview, Jones appeared set to finally make it into the mainstream.
Google has been increasingly dragged into the public eye in recent months.
U.S. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy blasted Google in a tweet on Tuesday, saying an "invite will be on its way" to the company — presumably a request for it to testify.
CNBC's Leslie Picker reports on Twitter permanently suspending right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and his Infowars brand, while also banning him from recreating his presence under another account, due to violations of their abusive behavior policy.
Five communication and body language experts break down the tech execs' reactions
The dip puts Snap on pace for its seventh straight day of losses. It's already shed 9 percent this week.
Scott McNealy, former Sun Microsystems CEO, discusses his thoughts on the social media industry and what kind of regulation could come follow tech executives Jack Dorsey and Sheryl Sandberg testified on Capitol Hill.