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Social Media

Why the Election Proves There's Room for Both Facebook and Twitter

The 2016 election season has shed light on how Americans engage in conversation about politics.
Facebook

Facebook Takes on LinkedIn with New Job Opening Features

With Facebook's jobs features, companies could drive more traffic to their Facebook pages while allowing them to pay the social network to get their job openings in front of more candidates.
Presidential Elections

It's Election Day: Is Facebook Influencing Your Voting Decision?

Because Facebook's newsfeed algorithm gives you the news you 'want' to see, it's an echo chamber of your political biases.
Facebook

Facebook Warns Growth Will Slow, Shares Dip

Facebook Chief Financial Officer David Wehner said ad growth would likely slow 'meaningfully' due to limits on 'ad load.'
Customer Experience

Facebook Data Reveals What's Stopping Millennials From Being Loyal to Brands

These young consumers want to commit to companies, but companies don't always provide ideal experiences.
Instagram

Instagram to Test New Shopping Feature

Instagram users will be able to buy products from U.S.-based retailers through the photo-sharing app.
Facebook

Could Facebook -- Yes, Facebook -- Be Your Next Big Career Tool?

Embracing the idea that your professional and personal personas are no longer separate could open career doors.
Facebook Advertising

Facebook Accused of Letting Advertisers Discriminate by Race

The social media giant says its policies prohibit discriminatory advertisements.
Facebook

Facebook Executives Feel the Heat of Content Controversies

The company's reticence to explain censorship decisions has drawn criticism in many countries around the globe.
Facebook

Facebook to Loosen Restrictions on Controversial Posts

Future posts might not be removed even if they violate Facebook's guidelines, as long as they are considered newsworthy.
International Business

Will Facebook Ever Break into China?

How can U.S. businesses find success in a complex environment like China's?
Facebook

Facebook Adds Food Ordering Feature

Users will also be able to get quotes from businesses, buy movie tickets and book appointments at spas and salons, Facebook said in a blog post.
Facebook

Facebook Now Lets You Officially Endorse a Presidential Candidate

This latest move is another example of what the social network has recently described as 'a broader effort designed to get more people engaged in the civic process.'