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By: Julia Boorstin
Reddit wants to take digital ad market share away from Facebook and Google. » Read More
By: Eustance Huang
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By: Julia Boorstin
The former Google exec and AOL CEO is launching "the dtx company," which will invest in direct-to-consumer start-ups and work with these brands to help them scale. » Read More
TikTok boasts 500 million monthly actives users, compared with Twitter's 326 million, and poses a threat to Snapchat's core base.
"The important thing is that the people involved in that research project knew they were involved and consented," Sandberg tells CNBC's Julia Boorstin after an earnings report that smashed expectations.
Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook's chief operating officer, speaks to CNBC's Julia Boorstin on Wednesday after the social media giant's fourth-quarter earnings easily topped Wall Street expectations.
This year it is expected that artificial intelligence, 5G, digital health and fintech will be largely represented in CNBC's Disruptor 50 list of innovative private companies. These technologies are igniting paradigm shifts in our society.
Netflix is now part of the Motion Picture Association of America.
NBC's streaming service will launch in 2020, the company announced.
2019 is set to be a transformational year for media as more companies jump into the streaming content business.
At Fortune's Most Powerful Women Next Gen conference, women VCs argue that those who want to see serious returns will hire and fund more women.
Dreamscape Immersive -- backed by Hollywood's biggest players including IMAX, AMC, Fox and Warner Bros. -- is opening up its first permanent location this weekend in one of Los Angeles' biggest malls,
"Aquaman" is generating positive buzz and tracking for a healthy box office debut.
Despite the White House ramping up its rhetoric, the United States remains a free and fair press, Ben Goldberger, assistant managing editor of Time Magazine told CNBC on Wednesday.