News and Articles About Facebook
The New York Stock Exchange ran three trial IPOs this past weekend, seeking to prevent a repeat of Facebook's glitch-plagued Nasdaq debut.
From General Electric to Red Bull, these 24 brands selected by the Webby Awards are proving there is more to social media than cat pictures. Here's what you can learn.
The social network has rolled out a feature that offers suggestions to media organizations about which articles they should post to their pages.
The Facebook co-founder co-led a $4 million round in survey startup Panorama Education in what appears to be his first national equity investment through his foundation Startup:Education.
Michal Kosinski is convinced that employers of the future will be able to evaluate millions of job applicants within seconds based on psychological profiles compiled from applicants' online behavior.
In a move that could change the way companies market to teens online, Facebook will give teens the option of making their content public.
As most execs feel their companies aren't going digital quickly enough, Starbucks provides a model for tech success.
The $200 million acquisition could also help in Facebook's mission to bring the internet to the masses.
While many founders, executives and investors are raking in fortunes on their startups, these people have missed out big time.
Facebook Facepalm: In Big Real-Estate Buy, Mark Zuckerberg Seeks Personal Privacy, Then Removes Online Privacy Feature
As Facebook makes it more difficult for users to maintain privacy, its co-founder is taking drastic measures to protect his own.
Our Ask the Expert this month is digital-marketing guru, Ian Lurie. Check out what he thinks businesses absolutely need in their social-media marketing strategies.
Customers have come to expect free wireless internet in many businesses. Thanks to Facebook, businesses will now be able to get some things in return.
Facebook is building a 394-unit luxury housing complex within walking distance of its Menlo Park headquarters. But would you want to live with your coworkers?
Facebook's COO says there is a bias in the business world that women are too aggressive.
One in five workplaces block access to Facebook, but does banning social media at work boost productivity or hurt morale and erode trust?
A new law gives people under the age of 18 an 'eraser button' to delete embarrassing, crude or cruel online posts that could follow them into adulthood and employment.
Here's a look at what types of brands have the strongest and most social communities on the big social network.
According to a ruling on Tuesday, anything you Like on Facebook can't and won't be used against you -- in a court of law or anywhere else.
If not managed wisely, your Facebook account can work against your business.
Pursuit of profits is still paramount. But getting there with a social element is possible.
Next we may see advertising videos showing up sometime before the end of the year.
The social network is under fire again over the way it shares user information for advertising purposes.
Taking aim at LinkedIn's online networking and recruiting market, Facebook has added a new profile section for users to enter their professional skills.
Buzzfeed, CNN, NBC's Today Show, BSkyB and Slate will be the first media outlets with access to the applications, which are a seen as a thinly-veiled move to encroach on Twitter's dominance as the forum for real-time conversations.
Now that Facebook is finally several dollars north of its May 2012 IPO price, investors are seeing profits.
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