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Blocking a neo-Nazi site and its content has left some tech giants open to charges of censorship.
Founder and President of Appaloosa Management Tepper contends that tech stocks still have room to run.
Facebook Marketplace allows users on the mobile app to buy and sell products.
The social media giant has introduced enhancements aimed at the performance and readability of News Feed.
It started with a dispute about police access to cellphone data without warrants.
Tech peers Airbnb and GoDaddy have upped the ante with user guidelines and safety policies.
The competitive and financial concerns raised by a weekend column aren't anything to be too worried about for now.
There are cracks in the foundation of fortress FANG.
Meanwhile, the activist hedge fund increased its stake in Snap's foremost competitor.
The market seems fully valued, so I'm building up cash as we head into historically volatile months.
Marketplace is Facebook's platform connecting buyers and sellers, similar to that offered by Craigslist and eBay.
Up to 782 million shares of Snap were eligible to be sold for the first time on Monday.
Older readers are flummoxed, the young savvier, and platforms get more credit than they deserve from confused news consumers, new studies say.
Snap employees can sell their stock for the first time beginning Monday.
Barron's is not optimistic with the video streamer.
This trade has not worked on almost any timeframe other than intra-day over the long haul.
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.
All the worries about low rates are still with us. The opportunities were myriad because of them.
Tesla shouldn't be included in this group.
The social media firm is expected to announce the new project sometime next week.
Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy are now worth less than they were before Snap's blockbuster IPO.
Broadcom looks good, too.
Markets see volatility as geopolitical tensions rise. We closed out one tech position and initiated another.
War of words with North Korea draws market's attention amid signs of slowing economy.
The whole group can fall on a single big miss.