Former CIA analyst Tara Maller on how technology companies can help stop ISIS from recruiting online.
President Trump named Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster as the new National Security Adviser, here's his experience.
Political analyst Gina Loudon, Heat Street political editor Jillian Melchior, and CIEN+ CEO & Co-founder Lili Gil Valletta, on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's 5,700 word humanitarian manifesto about globalism.
The initial public offering of Snap Inc, owner of the popular messaging app Snapchat, is expected to price March 1 after the market closes, Fidelity Investments told brokerage clients on Friday.
Protests, Obamacare and Trump’s immigration ban are what’s On Our Radar today: Another day, another set of protests against Trump.
Snap, the owner of the popular messaging app Snapchat, set a valuation of between $16.20 billion and $18.52 billion in its initial public offering, significantly below expectations.
WPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell weighs in on the business strategies of Facebook, Google and Snapchat.
A social media starlet, Tinkerbelle the dog reveals what it takes to be famous and how much she makes in a year.
She has hundreds of thousands of fans from around the globe. Three agents, two managers, hair stylists, wardrobe... you won't believe how much she makes in a year.
Facebook Inc said it would provide information about ads displayed on its platform for an audit, months after the social network admitted to overstating key ad metrics.
Twitter Inc reported on Thursday it had more active users than a year earlier but lower advertising revenue, disappointing investors with its failure so far to translate fans such as U.S. President Donald Trump into more dollars.
FBN's Charlie Gasparino on the chances that Disney will make a bid to acquire Twitter.
Facebook Inc. is giving employees more paid time to grieve after the death of family members.
Coca-Cola, Mr. Clean and Hyundai were among the big winners during the broadcast of Super Bowl LI.
Everything you need to know about Snap Inc.'s highly-anticipated March IPO.
Facebook cruised past Wall Street's earnings and revenue expectations on Wednesday with strong growth in its mobile ad business.
Facebook Inc. and its co-defendants were ordered to pay $500 million to ZeniMax Media Inc. after a jury found the social network's Oculus VR unit unfairly used ZeniMax code to build a virtual-reality headset.
With just four days left until Super Bowl Sunday, rest assured football fans will make some wild bets on the big game.
Cybersecurity analyst Morgan Wright weighs in on Facebook and the steps the social media platform needs to take to improve cybersecurity.
For over two years, Facebook has averaged a 50% compound revenue growth rate in advertising. But is this growth, along with total revenue growth, about to finally start coming back down to earth?