Why Twitter’s ‘Indirect’ Tweet Tests Shouldn’t Bother TWTR Holders

Some Twitter (TWTR) users are complaining about recent 'indirect' tweet tests, but it's all part of the improvement process, as Facebook has shown. More 

Why Facebook Stock Investors Shouldn’t Care About the Latest Lawsuit

Yes, company is facing more privacy concerns, this time via a class action lawsuit. No, Facebook stock investors shouldn't care. More 

Facebook Class-Action Lawsuit: What to Know

Facebook is facing a class-action lawsuit over privacy claims from a Austrian law student that now includes more than 17,000 people. More 

FB News: Beware the Facebook ‘Hack Anyone’s Account’ Scam

A new Facebook scam promises to let users of hack any account, but the only account hacked is the one that follows the scam's instructions More 

FB News: Internet Buzzes Over Tiny Change Facebook Made to Globe Icon

Facebook has made a small update to its globe icon that has it changing depending on which part of the world users sign in from. More 

Will Facebook Buy Snapchat for $10 Billion?

Facebook looked to buy Snapchat for $3 billion recently, but now the messaging company is valued at $10 billion. Would FB stock holders still love a sale at that level? More 

TWTR News: Sharknado 2 Takes Over Twitter

'Sharknado 2: The Second One' is lighting up on Twitter as the top trending term with over-the-top reactions from viewers. More 

FB News: Facebook Brings Free Internet to Zambia

Facebook has launched an app in Zambia that allows users to access several other apps without have to worry about data charges. More 

FB News: Facebook Hit With $123M Revenge Porn Suit

Meryam Ali is suing Facebook for $123 million over a revenge porn page set up in her name that she claims the company failed to remove. More 

How Venture Capital Revolutionized U.S. Businesses

Find out how venture capital firms grew to be so present, and why they're so important to today's business landscape. More