Twitter tormented Disney's CEO.
Social media giants are trying to crack down on misuse using their platforms.
FOX Business’ Hillary Vaughn on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s meeting with House lawmakers and President Trump.
Box office hit “Hustlers” brought in more than $33 million in its opening weekend, but the film has received not-so-glowing reviews from real-life sex workers.
Instagram is restricting minors from viewing promotional posts about detox, weight loss and cosmetic surgery.
FOX Business’ Hillary Vaughn reports from Capitol Hill on Facebook, Twitter, and Google’s testimony on extremism.
FOX Business's Hillary Vaughn and Fox Nation's 'Liberty File' host Judge Andrew Napolitano discuss the Senate hearing that big tech corporations took part in on Wednesday.
Sen. Roger Wicker, (R-Miss.), discusses the Senate Commerce Committee’s hearing on tech extremism.
A whistleblower's complaint alleges Facebook has inadvertently provided terrorist groups with a networking and recruitment tool.
Stand-up comic Shane Gillis, who was announced as one of the new cast members of the late-night comedy show, just four days ago, has been dumped from the cast before ever setting foot on the famed Studio 8-H set.
Dealers sometimes also offered access to opioids – amid an ongoing epidemic in the U.S.
Officials inside and outside the U.S. have struck a skeptical tone on Libra.
Facebook's news initiative Today In is being expanded to over 6,000 cities and towns. But, will it actually help local news organizations?
Don't count the Popeyes chicken sandwich out just yet, the momentum is still leaving a lasting impression on fast food stocks.
"If anybody else would've worn the watch, if it was a $20 watch, it wouldn't have been no problem," Beckham told reporters on Tuesday.
The case was considered a test of internet privacy laws.
Drucker School of Management Senior Fellow Ryan Patel on Facebook’s decision to launch an online dating service in the U.S.
The name is a mashup of "volatility" and "covfefe," the apparent typo that President Donald Trump tweeted in 2017 to much laughter at his expense.
Britney Spears conservatorship: A look at the drama after her father requests to temporarily stop managing her money
Britney Spears' father is looking to temporarily step down as her conservator as he deals with ongoing health issues and a criminal investigation into a confrontation with Spears' 13-year-old son, Sean.
If you want to change minds, facts alone have never been enough.