Jack Dorsey thanked Twitter staffers in a memo sent to the company around the one-year anniversary of his return as CEO.
Shares in Twitter fell more than 14% on Monday following reports that all of its rumoured potential bidders have lost interest in buying the struggling social media company.
Shares of Twitter traded sharply lower Thursday following a Recode report, citing sources, that three major companies would likely not purchase the social media company.
Snap Inc, the company that owns picture- and video-sharing app Snapchat, is planning an initial public offering that could value the companyat a minimum of $25bn, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
Venture capitalist Chris Sacca tells CNBC Twitter can fit nicely with many of the potential bidders being tossed around.
Twitter’s British operation paid £1.24m in tax last year as staff enjoyed a £12.5m shares windfall.
Facebook executives said there's a natural fit for brands in the What's App and Facebook Messenger apps.
LinkedIn has warned that Brexit could stop UK business from accessing the best and the brightest talent from Europe, with professional services, technology and finance likely to be the hardest hit.
Facebook is the tech company consumers most fear when it comes to privacy, says a poll conducted for CNBC.com.
Online stars are angry at YouTube for removing ads from videos with "controversial" content. But experts say they're stuck with the service for now.
"I don't believe that [CEO] Jack Dorsey can run one company effectively, let alone two," said Aswath Damodaran, finance professor at NYU.
Facebook is facing increasing pressure to improve the way it deals with fake news in the wake of the shock 2016 US presidential election result, amid reports that even some of its own staff have formed an unofficial task force to address the problem.
So here's a fun fact, the average salary of a Facebook intern is over $5,000 a month, according to recent research by Glassdoor
There are 277 million users on LinkedIn, according to the company’s latest results, and many of them — though not all — are probably competing for the same jobs.
Facebook has apologized for banning a photo of a plus-sized model and telling the feminist group that posted the image that it depicts “body parts in an undesirable manner”.
Technology has made it difficult in 2014 to be introverted or lazy. It’s impossible to say how Howard Hughes would have coped in a world in which it’s a social faux pas not to reply to a text within an hour of receiving it.
The luxury residence of Mark Zuckerberg is set for an overhaul, with plans to downsize surrounding houses amid concerns of privacy on the part of the Facebook CEO.
The challenge of fake and misleading news has come to the fore in the wake of the US presidential election.
Twitter is making it easier to report and block trolls and to enforce its policies.
Amazon is launching its Spotify rival, Amazon Music Unlimited, in the UK with a headline price of £9.99 a month and access to a library of “over 40 million” songs.