Social giants keep ripping each other off
The social media company will begin tracking users’ mobile and web browsing habits in order to better serve up custom advertisements
Heisenberg lives on.
The social network will delete posts from users selling illegal guns, among other restrictions
Pages that helped start the uprising are being shut down
Kid President and Boyz 2 Men are very popular with the mamas
Expect some buried memories to pop back up.
Here's a novel way to try to deflect attention from a movie you think portrays you unfairly: the day it opens, go on Oprah and announce a $100 million gift to...
It's accused of selling private information to advertisers
Get ready for Axe to hit on Victoria's Secret
The $19 billion acquisition isn't done just yet, as Facebook still needs regulatory approval in Europe.
Knowing how that kid who sat next to you in high school Spanish felt about the Breaking Bad finale is clearly more interesting than scripture
Facebook’s boy wonder CEO Mark Zuckerberg has always conveyed a certain disdain for Wall Street, donning his trademark hoodie instead of the traditional suit and...
Group co-founded by Facebook CEO slams Republicans for doing "nothing" on immigration
The name has now been banned
A fight against "slacktivism."
Facebook has a habit of turning low-profile CEOs into overnight celebrities. First it was Kevin Systrom, the Instagram head who was instantly the talk of the...
Last year, the Chinese e-commerce business that is part-owned by Yahoo handled $248 billion in transactions, more than Amazon and eBay combined. The company's...
Surprise, surprise. Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, has claimed the new film about his life, The Social Network, is inaccurate. Zuckerberg told a crowd at...
He lives beneath his means, has a ten-minute commute to work, and bought a house he can afford. Then again, what house can't he afford? How could purchasing a $7...