Facebook dished out $19 billion for WhatsApp. Did it overpay or make a smart investment? “WhatsApp will prove to be the most successful start to exit in the history of technology,” venture capitalist Mark Suster tells Christine Romans.
In a week where Google made moves to capture the future, we've got one for them. And a little market research to boot. What would you pay for a phone that lets you see five minutes into the future?
Marissa Mayer became CEO of Yahoo while the company was in turmoil and was the first Fortune 500 CEO to take the job while pregnant, sparking a nationwide debate about women having it all. Worth an estimated $300 million, Mayer is rewriting the code for women in tech.
He posted the first tweet. Ever. And that's not even his biggest accomplishment. Jack Dorsey's knack for tech innovation and investing has made him a billionaire. Christine Romans discovers what's really behind the business of being Jack Dorsey.
Reactions to the new iPhone 5C and 5S have been mixed, but the fingerprint sensor has grabbed everyone's attention. Christine Romans talks to Zain Asher about how secure the new gadget will be.
Whether you're watching this on the newest iPhone, an old Nokia, or even your watch, John Berman fills you in on what matters to your money this week.
The Nasdaq went dark this week, but tech stocks are still a bright spot for investors. Matt McCall tells Christine Romans which stocks you should be buying, and which ones to get rid of.
Is free and private an oxymoron in today's tech world? Christine Romans talks to Rod Beckstrom about how companies like Google are using your personal information to tailor ads. Sounds surprising, but should we expect this from a service we don't pay for?
As Motorola releases its first smartphone after being acquired by Google, Christine Romans sits down with Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt and Motorola Mobility CEO Dennis Woodside.