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Robert Peck, Suntrust, explains Twitter's downgrade to neutral from buy.
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Southwest, Virgin America and KLM are among the carriers bringing social media-style giving to the skies.
Facebook is worth more than one of the largest and most recognizable entertainment companies on earth Disney. And, it may be headed up even more.
Dominic Chu breaks down the latest headlines from Facebook, including its secondary share offering on Tech Yeah!
CNBC's Sheila Dharmarajan breaks down Facebook's sale of $70 million new shares and reports they will be joining the S&P next week.
Twitter says it fully reversed changes to its controversial "block" feature, but did it?
Mark Zuckerberg and dozens of banks must face a lawsuit accusing Facebook of misleading investors about its health before its $16 billion IPO.
Mario Gabelli, Chairman and CEO of Gabelli Funds, says free market capital is very important for the social media companies.
Twitter's high valuation just doesn't make sense, some analysts say.
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AlphaOne Capital Partners' Dan Niles explains why he bought back into Facebook after selling out. Niles says his firm is short Twitter right now.
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