E.L.F Beauty CEO Tarang Amin weighs in on E.L.F's stock, beauty trends and retail.
Brian White, Drexel Hamilton, weighs in on Snap's earnings and what the company needs to do.
Jonathan Taplin, USC Annenberg professor, discusses how the domination of big platforms like Google, Facebook and Youtube are forcing money out of the system for people including artists and journalists.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports the latest on Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan saying he wants to see more evidence on inflation before raising rates again.
Paul Holland, Foundation Capital, weighs in on Benchmark Capital suing Travis Kalanick for fraud and Netflix.
Wall Street is surprised over Nvidia's slowing growth in its unit that serves artificial intelligence applications.
CNBC's Deirdre Bosa reports the latest on Benchmark Capital’s lawsuit against Uber founder and former CEO Travis Kalanick.
Eric Sheridan of UBS discusses Snap's disappointing quarterly earnings and what challenges he sees for the stock going forward.
Marco Ferreira, head of strategic accounts for connected car at Cisco Jasper, speaks about how commutes could be transformed by driverless car technology.
Manhattan Venture Partners' Santosh Rao says Snap now faces a greater urgency to show it can monetize its business model after missing the mark twice.
Jonathan Kees of Summit Redstone Partners says Snap needs to improve its daily active users, while it's unclear if its new products can drive revenue.
Kristina Tsvetanova, CEO of Blitab, talks about how the tablet's tactile display makes online information accessible for the visually impaired.
Snap's daily active users won't grow as quickly as competitors because a 4G phone and network are needed to use the app, says Brian White of Drexel Hamilton.
Jim Cramer spoke to Hassane El-Khoury, the president and CEO of Cypress Semiconductor, about the newly envisioned future of his company.
Jim Cramer reveals what your next move should be in Live Nation with news that Amazon could start offering ticketing.
Discussing Snap's earnings with Mark Hawtin, GAM Investment director; Sean Stiefel, Navy Capital portfolio mananger; and David Trainer, New Constructs CEO, as the stock plummets after hours.
James Cakmak, Monness, Crespi, Hardt & Co internet equity research analyst, and Brian Wieser, Pivotal senior analyst, discuss what they expect from Snap's earnings report.
Glenn Derene, Consumer Reports, director of content, weighs in on Consumer Reports advising people to avoid the Microsoft Surface brand of laptops and tablets.
Michael Graham, Canaccord Genuity managing director & senior equity internet analyst, and Herb Greenberg, Pacific Square Research partner, discuss Snap's performance in the tech sector.
You will get chipped. It's just a matter of time, writes USA Today's Jefferson Graham.