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The tech giant's rivals have to be pleased with how Apple is embracing two big mobile trends.
Facebook clearly won the gold, though Comcast fared much better than some may think because of viewership beyond traditional television.
Facebook (FB) is making its first move to monetize WhatsApp, as the company launches a business messaging feature.
It could well be the stock market, not the Fed, that is driving our retail and services.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin joined Wednesday afternoon's 'Closing Bell' to report on Facebook's (FB) new stand-alone app, 'Lifestage.'
While I don't favor shorting strength, there are times when the trade is compelling.
Users may soon be able to add contacts who aren't Facebook friends to Messenger.
Google will punish mobile sites that have intrusive ads that block access to content.
So let's remember that recovery in case things get dicey again.
Rosecliff Capital CEO Michael Murphy and Bubba Trading founder Todd Horwitz appeared on 'Varney & Company' to debate whether to jump on Facebook (FB) stock now or to wait.
There simply isn't enough volatility in the indices to produce good profits.
Barron's says Facebook shares could have 20% upside over the next 12 months. A new tax could hit Uber, Lyft and others in Massachusetts.
Facebook (FB) stock could advance over 20% in the next year on its growing ad revenues, according to Barron's.
Social-media giant sees a nice chart and a positive Barron's report.
Founding partner of the venture capital firm Elevation Partners Roger McNamee joined CNBC's 'Squawk Alley' Monday morning to discuss Facebook (FB) stock.
Overall, this is still a good environment for stock picking.
Based on current staffing, it looks more like Donald Trump is trying to launch a media company rather than win a campaign. Here's how it could happen.
As earnings wind down, focus is drawn to the Fed and oil. The portfolio adds a new name.
Monday kicked off the week with new record highs but Federal Reserve speculation left Wall Street adrift for the next four days.
Piper Jaffray senior research analyst Mike Olson joined CNBC's 'Closing Bell' Friday afternoon to comment on Facebook's (FB) move into desktop gaming.
The social-media giant is expanding its reach in the games sector by building its own personal-computer platform. Here is how this will affect the company and its investors.
With the help of camera rigs such as Nokia's Ozo, the amount of content being created for VR headsets is rising quickly.
Volatility continues to be overly complacent and should give investors cause for concern.
Tech stocks continue to reach all-time highs as anxious investors contend with whether now is the time to reallocate their portfolios and shed some of these equities.
Looking for new growth projects, Intel introduces a new virtual reality headset. Alphabet saw its court appeal denied by Russia.