May 2: LinkedIn has blown Wall Street estimates out of the water for nearly two years, but it looks like that trend could be coming to an end. More
This could be the music service that finally challenges Spotify.
Legendary investor Warren Buffett fired off his first tweet during an interview with Fortune.
Facebook's sales jumped 38% over the year, but investors are still heavily focused on mobile -- and they're worried about the company's rising expenses.
A big part of Pinterest's growth has stemmed from the growing popularity the website for couples planning their weddings.
Facebook finally decided to concentrate on mobile late last year, and shares have recovered nicely from their post-IPO doldrums. To keep that momentum going, Facebook needs to prove its mobile strategy is working.
Last's week's Twitter-fueled crash erased $136 billion in value in minutes, underscoring concerns about companies' use of social media.
The company says it 'recently experienced a cyber-attack' that compromised some customer data, but no credit card information.
A San Francisco start-up says its technology can automatically stop Twitter and Facebook hacking before it even begins.
If Twitter needed any more evidence that it has a serious security problem, this should do it.
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