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.
Hackers sell over 120 Million private messages from Facebook
Hackers sell over 120 Million private messages from Facebook.
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.
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."
Facebook assigning credibility scores to users
Facebook now gives users who flag fake news a credibility score.
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 shares nosedive on data breach fallout
Shares of Facebook tumbled 25 percent in after-hours Wednesday trading as the fallout from a massive data breach led to a surprise warning and erased roughly $150 billion from the social network's market value. Conway G.