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Daniel Roth, LinkedIn editor-in-chief, discusses the top trending topics on LinkedIn for 2018.
Facebook admitted on Thursday that using the social network in some fashions can be bad for your health.
Venture capitalists and start-ups are betting they can play a crucial role in helping fix one of the country's most vexing problems.
The FCC's decision to reverse net neutrality rules could lead to even more enthusiasm for blockchain, said Product Hunt's Ryan Hoover.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on Facebook's latest retort to former executive Chamath Palihapitiya about his comments about social media being bad for society.
The Snooze feature is one of several recent changes to help users better curate their own feeds.
The former Facebook executive's comments drew a pointed response from the company earlier this week.
CNBC contributor Dan Nathan discusses his bullish bets on Twitter.
Venture capitalist Bill Gurley had a spectacular and spectacularly dramatic year.
Because Uber fired Otto's CEO before his shares vested, it paid far less to buy the self-driving truck start-up than previously reported.
Rupert Murdoch is not retreating at all, writes investor and media watcher Eric Jackson.
Netflix, Amazon and the Democratic Party are among those speaking out against the repeal of net neutrality regulations.
Among the lessons Mark Zuckerberg learned this year about philanthropy: Technology can help fix U.S. schools.
Security guards forced FCC commissioners into a recess just before the group were set to vote on a net neutrality vote.
Apple updated Apple Maps this week with detailed information on US and international airports.
Apple's iMac Pro, its most powerful computer to date, is now available for purchase. It starts at $4,999.
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