Social network says in appeal that a lower court's decision concluding user tweets are "unprotected by the federal and New York constitutions is still erroneous."
The social network isn't surrendering to a New York judge's demands to turn over tweets from a user involved in the Occupy Wall Street protests -- instead it's continuing to fight.
Amazon had a troubling loss last quarter and it predicts rougher waters ahead. So why aren't investors more concerned? Because CEO Jeff Bezos is at the helm.
Verizon workers and members of the Communications Workers of America Union will join the Occupy Wall Street protest on Friday.
Despite Twitter’s stock plummet, CEO Dick Costolo’s job seems safe -- for now. But he needs to explain his strategy better.
Even with some glossy new properties, the Sunnyvale, Calif.-based tech giant sees a 6 percent decline in display revenue compared with the same quarter last year.
The electronics giant's iPhone sales and projections for first-quarter revenue fell short of analysts' estimates, and it reported a slight decline in net income, causing shares to fall in after-hours trading.
HP's fourth quarter earnings were better than expected, but the company remains a cost cutting story as most units and product lines saw revenue declines.
Though Twitter left millions of dollars on the table, its first-day closing price was up 73 percent, giving the social networking company an impressive market cap of $24.48 billion.
Apple reports its fourth-quarter earnings Monday, the first to include the iPhone 5S and 5C -- but only a few days of sales. Here's what Wall Street expects.