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Here's what you need to know now for Wednesday, March 21.
Bitcoin was close to flat after jumping above the $9,000 mark in early trading. Here's what you need to know.
Markets took a dive following comments from new Fed Chairman Jerome Powell
Sharing on social media and still expecting privacy is a basically a pipe dream these days. So until the Social giants figure it out, learn how to protect yourself and your data. Watch and listen now!
Facebook shares lost some $50 in market value from Monday to Tuesday amid data security concerns.
The social media giant faces investigations, calls from Congress and now a lawsuit filed by investors in light of a data misuse scandal involving Cambridge Analytica.
Another look at the charts seems to be a good idea right now.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said Twitter has purged the bad.
There's a worrisome scenario that could develop this afternoon.
Baby Boomers hitting retirement age may be exiting the workforce, but they're not the source of lagging workforce productivity.
Facebook has fallen 10% over the last two sessions and is down in premarket trading on Wednesday.
Facebook's 'data misuse' scandal is a reminder of the value -- and the danger -- of the personal information held by global tech firms that both drive stock market growth but pose major reputational risks for companies that use it recklessly.
Tesla's stock is in a bear market. So what? Amazon is now worth more than Alphabet. So what about that too? Facebook's day of reckoning looms large.
The company could see ads transform into a $1 billion opportunity over time, Jefferies says.
Jim Cramer maps out what investors need to find a way back to the upside, including the Fed, interest rates and earnings.
Facebook's investors have had a terrible start to the week as the Cambridge Analytica situation spirals out of control. Should investors buy more Facebook at a cheaper price or head for the hills? Watch TheStreet's Kinsey Grant and Brian Sozzi debate for 30 seconds.
The markets put in a mixed day of results ahead of Jerome Powell's first press conference as Fed chairman on Wednesday.
Are people really this unaware of the age in which we live?
Watch for these upstart names to topple some big-caps going forward.
The hashtag '#DeleteFacebook' has been trending on social media.
Bitcoin fell to a more than five-week low over the weekend.
As investors watch Facebook's continued response to the latest scandal, there are fears that it could lead to more regulation.
Investors should show some love to the old names in the tech space, it's not all about Twitter and Snapchat.
Facebook lead social media shares lower Monday following reports that as many as 50 million of its users may have had their data compromised by a firm acting on behalf of the Donald Trump Presidential campaign.
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