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Reality star Kylie Jenner looks like she is hating on the Snapchat redesign, too. Beware, Snap Inc. shareholders.
Markets were showing strength following a down day of trading Wednesday.
After crimes on Facebook Live and Russian propaganda, some worry whether the company's image can hold up and if it can keep up with the rest of the FANG stocks.
Cryptocurrency miners are always looking for the fastest and most powerful chips to run their rigs and they are showing them off on social media.
Our columnists check out Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Alphabet/Google.
Our sale today for a fantastic gain, reflects our goal not to become too levered to FAANG.
The AI Powered Equity ETF AIEQ uses artificial intelligence to pick stocks.
Snap shares fall as signatures on an online petition against planned changes to its signature messaging app swell to 1.2 million.
All of the major social networking companies have a responsibility to ensure users aren't only hearing news that they like, according to Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes.
We are trimming roughly 40% of our position in Alphabet to fund a purchase in Amazon.
The latest broad-market charts, plus a look at what's next for Facebook.
Care to Tweet a purchase for $200 shares of stock? Get ready to pull the trigger, Twitter Nation.
Jim Cramer says it's extremely important to buy stocks that are exactly right for you and your level of risk tolerance.
The stockpicker saw similarities between 2018 and the days leading up to 1987's Black Monday crash.
We added a new position this week as a sharp rebound in the overall market led to pronounced moves higher in the Trifecta portfolio.
There are going to be winners and losers as markets rebound in February -- here's a technical look at three of the biggest names on the market.
It's Friday and that means it's time for a little fun. Did you know that the price of panties is plunging? True story. Meanwhile, here are some quick things to know about markets this week. To be sure, stocks have enjoyed quite the bounce.
Typically this is the end of the line for the shorts. They have all been massacred, Valentine's Day style.
Jeff Weiner said LinkedIn is really flourishing under Microsoft's ownership.
The insurgent manager that helped engineer the Amazon-Whole Foods combination just offered up a window into his latest allocations, any of which could soon become campaigns. Both Jana Partners and Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. reported new positions in Teva
The successful test of the 200-day moving average sets up Facebook for further gains.
Faster-than-expected inflation is bittersweet news for stocks.
Amid recurring talks of a sale, Jack Dorsey told investors at the Goldman Sachs tech conference that independence suits Twitter well.
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