Twitter Stock Tumbles 15% After It Purged Fake Accounts The number of people using Twitter fell during the three months ending in June as it worked to clean up the platform and comply with new privacy regulations.
Mark Zuckerberg Just Lost Nearly $16 Billion In One DayMark Zuckerberg lost $15.7 billion overnight. The Facebook CEO was worth a mere $66.8 billion on Thursday afternoon according to Forbes.
Tesla Stock Tumbles After Company Asks Suppliers For RefundsShares of Tesla tumbled Monday on reports that the company asked suppliers for refunds to help it turn a profit.
Lyft Now Worth Twice Of What It Was Last YearLyft is now worth $15.1 billion -- twice what it was worth just last year.
Zuckerberg Disavows Controversial Facebook MemoMark Zuckerberg has disavowed an internal memo written by a top Facebook executive in 2016 that argued growth should be prioritized even if users were harmed.
Wells Fargo CEO Forfeits $41 Million In Stock Awards Over Fake Accounts ScandalWells Fargo says CEO John Stumpf and the executive who ran the bank's retail banking division will forfeit tens of millions of dollars in pay as the bank tries to stem a scandal over its sales practices.
Twitter Surges After Report That It May Be Close To SaleTwitter's stock surged Friday following a report that the social media company, forever struggling in Facebook's shadow, is close to a sale.
LendingClub Shares Plunge As Feds Open Probe Over Funding ConcernsShares of LendingClub are plunging after the U.S. Dept. of Justice opened an investigation and the company raised fresh concerns about funding.
Alphabet Comes Before Apple As World's Most Valuable CompanyAlphabet now comes before Apple atop the list of the world's most valuable companies.
Twitter CEO Gives Up $200M In Stock For Company EmployeesTwitter CEO Jack Dorsey is relinquishing stock worth more than $200 million so the messaging service can award the shares to its employees.
Apple Inc. Drops Below $100 A Share, Completely Recovers During Wild Morning Of TradingEarlier Monday, the Wall Street selloff send Apple Inc. shares below $100 for the first time all year, earning a label as one of the stocks "absolutely crashing the DOW." However, by 9:30 a.m., the stock had completely rebounded and had gained ground.