2018 most downloaded app on Apple
Apple has released its 2018 most downloaded apps. YouTube, the world’s largest digital video hosting platform came first beating Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat. In 2017, Instagram and Snapchat were the most downloaded app on ios but have fallen to second and third positions respectively.
Facebook 'sorry' after new bug exposes millions of photos
Millions of Facebook users may have had their photos exposed to third-party applications due to a bug, the company managers said. The latest issue caps a year of embarrassing privacy breaches for the social media giant.
Facebook's ruthless emails are 'Par for the course,' Wired's Garcia-Martinez says
Antonio Garcia-Martinez, a Wired contributor and former Facebook Inc. product manager, and Shira Ovide, a Bloomberg Opinion columnist, discuss the Facebook emails that show the company threatened to cut off data to potential rivals.
France, Germany fight to save EU tech tax
The two countries want tech giants such as Google and Facebook to pay tax on digital revenue. But the idea faces opposition from a large contingent of the EU.
Facebook's Zuckerberg ducks U.K. Fake News hearing
Facebook Inc. decided not to send Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg to testify at a hearing held by a committee of British lawmakers investigating the impact of fake news.
Zuckerberg should step aside as Chairman of Facebook, Trillium's Kron says
Virgin Money Adviser and Former Chief Executive Officer Jayne-Anne Gandhia speak to Bloomberg's Carol Massar at the Bloomberg Breakaway CEO Summit in London about best practices for CEOs looking to improve employee diversity, recruitment and retention.
Facebook analyst wieser sees 'Massive' managerial, cultural problems
Brian Wieser, a senior analyst at Pivotal Research Group, examines the problems he sees plaguing Facebook Inc. and the potential for government regulation.
Facebook unlikely to return to China over free expression, privacy
Facebook Inc. said if it ever returns to China, the company will do it in a way that preserves rights to free expression and privacy.
Facebook doesn't seem to be making good choices, Analyst Wieser says
Brian Wieser, Pivotal Research Group senior analyst, discusses the Facebook Inc. security breach that affected almost 50 million user accounts.
Facebook analyst says Instagram to be fine after founders depart
Victor Anthony, analyst at Aegis Capital, examines the move by Instagram founders to leave Facebook as Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg becomes more involved in day-to-day operations of the app.
Facebook to give community leaders $1mn to back their projects
Facebook Community leaders play a critical role in bringing people closer together. Many of these leaders turn to Facebook, Messenger and WhatsApp to create these connections, and often believe that they could have more impact with additional support, better tools and access to funding.