Facebook and Twitter remove fake accounts linked to Russia and Iran
Facebook Inc. for the first time named a country other than Russia that has been using fake accounts to manipulate global politics: Iran. Bloomberg's Jordan Robertson reports on "Bloomberg Technology."
Amazon, Twitter on sports content
Richard Au, director of Prime Video channels at Amazon.com, and Laura Froelich, head of U.S. content partnerships at Twitter, discuss sports content strategy with Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman at the Players Technology Summit in San Francisco.
Trump's anti-Merkel Twitter tirade
As discontent mounts over images showing distressed children separated from their parents at the US-Mexico border, Donald Trump has launched a second blistering attack on Angela Merkel via Twitter; most analysts see it as a diversion tactic.
Twitter, ESPN team for exclusive social media sports content
Matt Derella, global vice president for revenue and content partnerships at Twitter, discusses the company's new content deals with ESPN and other media outlets.
Kanye West's tweets cause controversy, get reaction from Trump
Kanye West goes on twitter spree and gets a reaction from U.S. President Donald Trump.
'Sex and the City' actress Cynthia Nixon to run for New York governor
The former star of the "Sex and the City" television series and movies, made the announcement via her Twitter page after staying mum on the topic over the past few months.
Trump warns against 'false' accusations amid Porter allegations
President Donald Trump took to Twitter to warn against false accusations after two of his staffers resigned this week over allegations of domestic violence.
Twitter shares soar as social media giant turns a profit
Twitter shares soar as social media giant turns a profit.