The image-sharing social website Pinterest has closed its most recent round of fundraising with a $3.8bn valuation, though it has yet to generate revenue.
Twitter set out fresh details of its share sale on Thursday, valuing itself at $11bn. In a regulatory filing, Twitter set a range of $17 to $20 for the shares it will sell in the initial public offering (IPO). The sale is expected to raise up to $1.6bn and looks set for 6 November.
Queens Park Rangers' planned Q&A with manager Harry Redknapp, former boss of Tottenham, West Ham and Southampton, was sabotaged by Twitter users on Thursday afternoon.
The magic of Alibaba: China's biggest e-retailer is on track to be a $500 billion company by 2015. Investors are now looking at how to get in on the IPO action.
Facebook says it has now repaired a widespread service outage Monday that prevented millions of users posting status updates, liking posts or submitting comments for more than four hours.
Manchester United legend Edwin van der Sar unwittingly helped an Arsenal fake dupe Piers Morgan into believing that former Arsenal striker Dennis Bergkamp joined Twitter last weekend.
Public relations minefield or move to greater transparency ? Companies and governments hosting question and answer sessions over the social media site Twitter have had their fair share of mishaps over the years, but that hasn't dissuaded the Bank of England (BoE).
Twitter's latest S-1 filing didn't just reveal that it has chosen the NYSE over the Nasdaq - but also how the company fared in the third quarter.
Twitter has chosen the New York Stock Exchange for its much buzzed-about IPO, according to an amended S-1 filing with the SEC.
We look at ten Twitter accounts which ought to be followed by Manchester United fans…
It just became a little harder to force someone to take copyrighted videos off YouTube, after a ruling from a three-judge panel in California found that before filing a removal notice, copyright holders must consider whether the way their intellectual property is used could be considered “fair use” under US law.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg says the company is – at long last – responding to the desire for a “dislike” button on the popular social media site.
Would you pay to keep Snapchat images around a little longer? The messaging start-up hopes so.