Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) said it had suspended over 125,000 accounts since mid-2015 for "threatening or promoting terrorist acts, primarily related to ISIS."
LinkedIn might be the go-to website for job seekers and other professionals to grow their business connections, but it was not one Wall Street wanted to touch Friday as the share price was under considerable pressure.
Second Amendment Advocate Jan Morgan discusses Facebook's ban on the private sale of firearms and what it means for gun owners.
Bear markets are tough because they’re painful, but often give glimmers of hope. I think that’s what we went through this past week.
Mashable Senior Tech Fellow Christina Warren on Facebook's growth.
It won't be long before Facebook's 1.6 billion users have more ways to quickly express their feelings on the world's largest social network.
Twitter’s problem is it’s not mature enough to be a public company. Now it has to invent itself under the bright lights of Wall Street.
Four senior Twitter executives are leaving the media company, CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted late Sunday night, the biggest leadership changes since Dorsey returned as chief executive as he struggles to revive the company's growth
Founders have been more focused on gaining sky-high valuations than managing their burn rates. Those days are so over.
Twitter suffered a major interruption Tuesday, with some users unable to log on to the social-media service for more than two hours.
Social media companies and the fight against terror could be a pivotal election issue.
What's trending on Google during the FOX Business GOP Debate.
Much of the tech on display at CES 2016 is too futuristic or arcane to be of any real use, but a handful of new products are exciting and shipping this year.
Administration officials and executives from Apple, Twitter, Facebook and Microsoft will meet on how to stop recruitment of terrorists via social media platforms.
Which tech products will be in, which CEOs will be out, and how will the Nasdaq fair in 2016?
It’s easy to forget that technology is supposed to make us happy and productive, not frustrated and miserable.
It comes as no surprise the No. 1 topic on social media was the 2016 presidential election. Seventy-six million people posted, commented, liked or shared content related to the election on Facebook more than 1.5 billion times.
SocialFlow CEO Jim Anderson on social media's role in breaking news, emerging social networks and whether Pinterest will go public.
The IPO market will flourish when the private equity bubble bursts. That’s when you’ll see unicorns stampeding on Wall Street.