Zuckerberg alone cannot fix Facebook, Arjuna's Natasha Lamb says
Natasha Lamb, Arjuna Capital managing partner, discusses the rise of impact investing and her criticism of Facebook Inc.'s leadership with Bloomberg's Carol Massar on "Bloomberg Technology."
Facebook Co-Founder Chris Hughes calls for break up
Chris Hughes, who co-founded Facebook Inc. with Mark Zuckerberg from their Harvard dorm room, said the company has become too powerful and influential and should be broken up. Bloomberg Intelligence's Jennifer Rie discusses on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power."
Facebook excited about opportunities emerging around messenger, VP says
Stan Chudnovsky, vice president at Facebook Inc.'s Messenger service, discusses the company's new Messenger desktop app and the privacy issues facing Facebook with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Technology."
Facebook's numbers don't convince everyone
Facebook's latest financial figures have excited analysts. But cyberactivists like Markus Beckedahl say the company must do much more to combat the spread of fake news.
Facebook discloses flaw that made users' passwords visible to employees
Facebook Inc. disclosed a flaw that made passwords of hundreds of millions of users visible to employees, but that they were never visible to anyone outside of the company.
Facebook to block discriminatory Ads in legal accord
Facebook Inc. said it will make major changes to its rules for advertisers in order to settle a string of discrimination lawsuits.
Facebook, social media criticized for live stream of Mosque shooting
The struggles of Facebook Inc. and other social media platforms to control content was demonstrated yet again as video of the New Zealand mosque shootings streamed live and remained available on the services hours after the attacks.
Facebook outage underscores Risk of Integrated System, techonomy founder says
Facebook Inc. said a change in the way it configured computer servers caused a widespread outage of the social media network.