Move Faster, Break Even More Things | KQED
As employees aired their concerns about Facebook's complicity in the Jan. 6 insurrection, a top executive urged them to "hang in there."
Facebook Wants the Young People Back
And as much as the company appears to care about young people using Instagram, Facebook and its other products, it can stay rich for a very long time without them.
Facebook Is Finally Cracking Down on Anti-Vaxxers
Facebook is home to some of - if not the - most active anti-vax communities on the internet.
Will Ireland's corporation tax rise see tech companies leave Dublin?
Ten years ago Dublin was nicknamed Silicon Valley's "home from home" with tech superstars including Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk queueing up to snap up office space, avail of local Irish hospitality and low tax.
Instagram is testing tools to make it easier for creators to find sponsors | Engadget
Instagram is testing new tools to make it easier for creators to earn money through its service.
Facebook rebrand rumours spark hysterical name suggestions
Facebook has been gracing the internet since 2004, but the infamous social media platform is heading for a total rebrand, complete with a new name.
Late Night Suggests a Few New Names for Facebook
Stephen Colbert proposed names like "Aunt Brenda's Three-Paragraph Rant-a-torium" or "Best Fun Times America Website."
Zuckerberg to Be Added to Facebook Privacy Suit
WASHINGTON - The attorney general for the District of Columbia plans to add Facebook's chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, to a consumer protection lawsuit, in one of the first efforts by a regulator to expose him personally to potential financial and other penalties.