social media

Facebook looks to angel investments as acquisitions draw unwelcome antitrust scrutiny.
Former President Barack Obama doesn't tweet much, probably as little as once a day. However, he has more followers on Twitter than anyone else in the world.
Facebook aims to capitalize on its social media dominance with a foray into e-commerce.
The antitrust push against Facebook and other tech giants may be gaining steam but investors don’t seem too worried.
A tool that partners can embed in their apps could give Snap a new revenue stream and more upside for its stock.
Recent Facebook stock price movements represent the uncertainty surrounding the stock, as the social media giant addresses attacks from inside and outside the company.
Facebook, under fire over President Trump’s posts, will label foreign state content. Do investors care?
Nike doesn’t shy away from difficult subjects, and the current protest movement is no exception.
Mark Zuckerberg won’t remove or add warning labels to posts by President Trump, and that may be an issue for some advertisers, users and employees.
Snap reportedly is preparing to offer a stripped-down version of its platform that partners can embed in their own apps. Could this give the stock the shot in the arm that Wall Street is looking for?
Snapchat is expanding its user base and hiring in India while missteps hold TikTok back there.
Billionaires, including Mark Zuckerberg, are doing well while the coronavirus sickens the economy. Facebook investors like its user numbers even though advertising has been hurting.
Facebook’s Shops feature will leverage the social network’s huge user base and create new competition for Amazon.
Shopify thrives even as merchants struggle through the coronavirus pandemic. It’s adding new features and partnering with Facebook.
As TikTok’s popularity surges the clock may be ticking for Snap and other rivals, but the Chinese-owned company faces regulatory pressure in the U.S.