social media

Elon Musk, the richest man in the world and the founder of Tesla and SpaceX, paid $44 billion for Twitter last month. Most M&A and social media experts believe the decision will be among the...
If the Times takes news accuracy seriously, it will drop off Twitter until Twitter has proved it can monitor and control hate speech, bots and inaccurate tweets.
Friday’s additional top analyst upgrades and downgrades were on Axalta Coating Systems, Caterpillar, DigitalOcean, Edwards Lifesciences, First Solar, Gilead Sciences, Intel, Stanley Black & Decker,...
Twitter is losing its most active users, which presents new owner Elon Musk with a problem he may be unable to solve.
Snap is worth more to shareholders dead than alive. It is time to give its investors their money back.
PayPal may or may not have been trying to impose fines on its users for spreading misinformation. It's complicated.
Tuesday's additional top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Cracker Barrel, Farfetch, Intel, Kodiak Sciences, Pinterest, Snowflake, Teladoc and more.
After the Fed's interest rate announcement Wednesday, equities soared. Thursday will be the busiest day of the current earnings season with S&P 500 companies valued at nearly $7 trillion reporting...
Meta Platforms, the oddly named parent of Facebook, posted its worst earnings in memory. Its shares now trade at $162, down from a 52-week high of $384.33. Its current market cap is $450 billion,...
Each year, the American Customer Satisfaction Index looks at consumer reactions to hundreds of brands across dozens of industries that range from food to cars to clothing. Its most recent study is...
Monday's additional top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Bank of America, Hilton, Honeywell, KB Home, Marriott, Meta Platforms, Southwestern Energy, Twitter and Under Armour.
Barclays issued a few calls recently with a focus on big social media stocks.
The Pinterest board has dumped its CEO and co-founder in favor of a Google executive, but is it too late for a turnaround?
Analysts at UBS have cut price targets on four ad-supported social media platforms.
Piper Sandler sees a few stocks in the tech sector that could be setting up for a recovery after falling so far.