In the past few months several new names have come into the spotlight at Facebook. Here are a few of them...beyond the big three to watch.
Yahoo is trying really hard to be cool again and it's hoping that Tumblr can help.
The memory of Facebook's painful stock market debut a year ago today is at last beginning to fade. Not for investors who bought at the opening price of $38 – their shares are still trading 70% below that – but by other measures the world's largest social network has made seemingly unstoppable progress.
Back in the summer of 2008 – a long time ago, in internet terms, two years before Instagram, and around the time of Twitter's second birthday – the US writer Nicholas Carr published a now famous essay in the Atlantic magazine entitled Is Google Making Us Stupid? The more time he spent online, Carr reported, the more he experienced the sensation that something was eating away at his brain.
If you want an idea of the reverence with which Sir Alex Ferguson is held, Twitter has an easy guideline: more than Margaret Thatcher, but less – so far – than the new Pope.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo gave a pretty hilarious commencement speech on Saturday at the University of Michigan.
Never mind Dog Bites Man, stop the presses for Man Joins Twitter.
LinkedIn beat expectations, member growth to 225 million, but it didn't help its stock, which plummeted ten percent after-hours.
Facebook posted revenue that surpassed Wall Street forecasts, but earnings were a penny light. Nonetheless, the stock jumped after-hours.
You’ll be seeing a lot more video on Facebook in the near future, and your musings will be easier to access.
Twitter is in trouble.
Twitter beat expectations – including its own – by a healthy margin on Tuesday, announcing better-than-anticipated earnings even as two more high-profile executives left amid a continuing shakeup. The company’s share price rallied 5.36% in after-hours trading.