WhatsApp Security Breach Targets Human Rights Groups
The Facebook-owned messaging app said the attack had signs of coming from a private company working on surveillance.
Facebook Sets Aside $3B for Possible FTC Fine
Facebook says the charge it took in the first quarter is a reasonable estimate of what it would cost to resolve an FTC privacy investigation.
Don’t Break Up Big Tech Firms: Former Antitrust Regulator
Calls for regulating companies like Amazon, Facebook, and Google out of existence are misguided, says Canada's former competition commissioner.
Facebook Hit with Discrimination Lawsuit
HUD filed civil charges alleging the company allowed employers and landlords to target ads based on race.
U.K. Committee: Facebook ‘Intentionally and Knowingly’ Broke Laws
"Companies like Facebook should not be allowed to behave like 'digital gangsters' in the online world," said a report from U.K. lawmakers.
Facebook Beats on Earnings, Raises Outlook
The company is now expecting revenue growth to slow by a “mid-to-high single-digit percentage” in the fourth quarter after a 33.5% gain in Q3.
Facebook Shares Dive on Revenue Weakness
“We expect our revenue growth rates to decline by high-single-digit percentages from prior quarters sequentially in both Q3 and Q4,” CFO David Wehner says.
Why Company Culture Is Overrated
At most organizations, culture is over-hyped, under-managed, and of little tangible value.
U.K. Planning Revenue Tax on Digital Firms
The switch from a tax on profits would expose the huge U.K. sales of global internet companies to tax authorities.
Facebook Posts Record Sales of $12.9B in Q4
While changes to Facebook's news feed have reduced usage of the network, higher ad prices offset any loss in revenue.
Facebook Scraps Share Reclassification Plan
The plan would have enabled CEO Mark Zuckerberg to maintain control of the company but ran into a shareholder class-action lawsuit.