The Twitter and Square CEO's recommended reading is not at all what you might expect.
Stop me if you think you’ve heard this one before: Facebook has released a Snapchat clone. The new standalone app offers ephemeral picture and video messaging, as well as the all-important AR lenses – sorry, “masks” – and is particularly targeted at users in emerging markets.
Twitter's Adam Bain became the latest top executive at the social media company to hit the exits.
Facebook has begun allowing businesses to send users adverts on Messenger, but only if those users have previously made contact with the brand.
Facebook has agreed to “pause” its plan to use data from UK users of messaging service WhatsApp for advertising and product improvement purposes across the rest of its business, after an intervention from the UK information commissioner.
Former head of growth tells CNBC that Twitter can't get people to understand how to use its platform.
Jack Dorsey , co-founder and CEO of both Twitter and Square , is not being actively pushed by Twitter's board to choose between running the two companies, sources told CNBC.
Jason Nash had just released a feature film, "FML"—a deal that he got because of his 2.7 million followers. Then Twitter pulled the plug.
Facebook almost tripled its profits in the third quarter of 2016 as the social media giant took an even larger slice of the online advertising market.
With Snapchat's parent reportedly gearing up for an IPO, the founders and early investors are set to reel in billions of dollars in profit.
Paramount has planned dates for its Terminator sequels.
Two girls create game to combat sexism in video games.
J.J. Abrams and Zack Snyder continue playing with their viral videos.
Gil Gadot's role gets more clarity.
Mark Zuckerberg has a gargantuan social network.
Asana's Dustin Moskovitz, who previously co-founded Facebook, gets top-notch ratings from employees for promoting a more balanced culture.
Venture capitalist Chris Sacca tells CNBC Twitter can fit nicely with many of the potential bidders being tossed around.
Tiny kitten plays Super Smash Bros on Wii U.
The closure of the video-sharing app Vine was met with sadness but some amount of inevitability by an elite group of social media stars who found their six seconds of fame on the app.
Facebook will begin flagging fake news stories with the help of users and outside fact checkers, the company announced on Thursday, responding to a torrent of criticism over fake news during the US election.
Twitter has blocked federally funded “domestic spy centers” from using a powerful social media monitoring tool after public records revealed that the government had special access to users’ information for controversial surveillance efforts.
The social media platform has doubled its user base in two years.