The government gets serious about clamping down on big tech, and Chipotle and Visa both report better-than-expected quarters.
News & Analysis: Facebook
A Congressman wants to remove an exception that makes brands like Facebook possible.
Facebook needs to figure out how to handle the mountains of libel it’s hosting, and don’t forget about YouTube, or Twitter.
But first, it will have to convince people that Libra will have sufficient privacy safeguards built in.
That was the big message at Facebook's F8 developer conference, and management is optimistic about how it will play out for the business model.
Apple and Facebook are pivoting, Shopify is helping brick-and-mortar businesses pivot, and you’ll want to hear about the unusual way Yum China is growing KFC sales.
Facebook’s new focus on messaging was followed by messaging execs wishing them well on their way out, and that’s not a good sign.
The social media titan is going to get more serious about protecting users' data and allowing them more control over it. What might that look like? It's totally unclear.
Zuckerberg’s 3,000-word blog post about a strong commitment to privacy doesn’t ring true when you read between the lines.
Apple keeps signaling that it isn’t the company it used to be. So what is it, then?
Another privacy scandal didn't keep the social media giant from unveiling its new in-home assistant.