Facebook to rate its users based on trustworthiness
Facebook has started giving scores based on trustworthiness of users on the social media site.
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."
What China trade tensions mean for U.S. tech companies
Can Google and Facebook make inroads into China? How will trade tensions affect their plans? Isaac Stone Fish, Asia Society senior fellow, talks with Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
Facebook running out of users, elevation's McNamee says
Roger McNamee, managing partner at Elevation Partners, discusses the outlook for Facebook following its disappointing second-quarter earnings report with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Markets."
Facebook's bright spot: Instagram
Facebook has problems. The company's under increased regulatory scrutiny around data privacy and faces added costs to address user safety. But the company also has a bright spot...Instagram.
Israeli restaurant owner in Berlin fights anti-Semitism
Yorai Feinberg challenges those who abuse him by posting threats and insults on the internet. But when Feinberg posted hatemail he had received to draw attention to the growing problem of anti-Semitism, Facebook temporarily blocked his account.
Zuckerberg overtakes Buffett as world's third-richest person
Facebook Inc. co-founder Mark Zuckerberg has overtaken Warren Buffett as the world’s third-richest person, further solidifying technology as the most robust creator of wealth.
From medicine to Facebook: The potential of artificial intelligence
What potential does artificial intelligence have to change our lives in the coming years, and what areas are companies like Facebook investing in?