Inside Facebook's Rough Two Years
Wired Editor-in-Chief Nick Thompson discusses Facebook Inc.'s rough two years with Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
How Snapchat turned down Facebook's $3B takeover offer
How Snapchat turned down Facebook's $3B takeover offer.
Facebook's Sandberg on the 'MeToo' movement not going far enough
Sheryl Sandberg, the chief operating officer at Facebook, discusses the #MeToo movement and changes at Facebook.
Pornography or art? Facebook in French courts over censorship of Courbet's vagina
Courbet's "Origin of the World" is at the centre of a case where Facebook is being asked to pay €20,000 in damages as well as reinstating a profile shut down some seven years ago when an art historian shared an image of the famous painting.
3 charts to know: Facebook, Amazon, Apple earnings preview
It's a big week for tech earnings with Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Alphabet, Microsoft and Alibaba reporting results for the last quarter of 2017.
What to Expect When Facebook and Apple Post Earnings
Bloomberg's Tom Giles and Selina Wang preview tech earnings on "Bloomberg Markets."
Facebook's Future With Cryptocurrencies
Techonomy CEO David Kirkpatrick and Bloomberg's Selina Wang discuss Facebook's future with cryptocurrencies.
Crackdown on social media in Iran
Big players like Facebook and Twitter have been absent from the social media landscape in Iran since the 2009 protests, and now Telegram and Instagram have been restricted in the context of unrest in some 50 cities across Iran.