“Bulls & Bears” panel discusses the privacy concerning surrounding Facebook and whether Congress needs to regulate the tech giant.
Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on the U.K. alleging that Facebook violated privacy laws.
Cybersecurity expert Morgan Wright on how the U.K. Parliament issued a report calling Facebook executives “digital gangsters.”
The report on fake news and disinformation on social media sites followed an 18-month investigation by Parliament's influential media committee.
Sinovation Ventures CEO Kai-Fu Lee on how the U.S. is trying to stay ahead in artificial intelligence without compromising users’ privacy and how Europe is slowing down its development of AI.
It would be the largest fine the FTC has ever imposed on a technology company (although they haven't settled on an exact number yet).
CG42 founder & managing partner Stephen Beck has found that consumer trust in big tech companies like Facebook and Amazon has decreased.
“Zucked” author Roger McNamee discusses the privacy concerns surrounding Facebook and the problems with the social media giant’s business model.
Elevation Partners co-founder Roger McNamee on the release of tech earnings and why he doesn’t see a “long-term success path” for Snap.
Caryn Marooney will stay at the company until a replacement has been found.
The feature will allow businesses to manage messages from both Facebook Messenger and Instagram through the same portal.
Constellation Research founder Ray Wang on the outlook for Google, Apple and Facebook.
Facebook's Zuckerberg is on offense to reshape what's been tremendous negative sentiment: Patriarch Organization CEO
Patriarch Organization CEO Eric Schiffer on the outlook for Google and Facebook.
The legislation comes amid continued criticism from Democrats over the GOP-led tax law.
Former Microsoft COO Bob Herbold on mounting concerns over big tech company's use of data.
From record profits to a slew of scandals: A lot has happened since its launch.
Retail analyst Hitha Herzog and Benchmark Investments managing partner Kevin Kelly discuss their outlook on Amazon and how Facebook removed thousands of accounts linked to Iran.
Kingsview Asset Management CIO Scott Martin on Facebook's fourth-quarter results, the rising number of Americans cutting the cord and getting rid of cable, and consumers' increasing use of credit cards.
Harvard Law Distinguished Fellow Vivek Wadhwa on the impact of Facebook and Tesla.
Thursday was the busiest reporting day of the current earnings reporting season.