Zuckerberg Says Half Of Facebook Employees Might Work RemotelyAs many as 50% of Facebook employees could be working remotely within the next five to 10 years, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Thursday.
Facebook's Business Looking Resilient Despite Coronavirus PandemicFacebook's core advertising business has been upended by the pandemic, but the company said it saw "signs of stability" in the first three weeks of April.
Facebook Is Taking On Zoom With New Video FeaturesFacebook is taking on platform-of-the-moment Zoom.
'He's Extremely Paranoid About Facebook's Popularity': Sarah Frier On Mark Zuckerberg & New Book On Instagram 'No Filter'A new Simon & Schuster book takes readers behind the scenes of the creation of Instagram and why Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook bought the mobile app for $1 billion.
Coronavirus Update: Facebook Canceling Gatherings With 50 Or More Until June 2021Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said they are slowing plans to return employees to the office and canceling events with 50 or more people well into next year due to coronavirus.
Facebook Giving $1,000 Bonuses To 45,000 Employees During Coronavirus OutbreakFacebook is giving each of its employees a $1,000 bonus to help support them during the coronavirus outbreak.
Mark Zuckerberg Heads To Europe, Asks For More RegulationMark Zuckerberg has asked for more regulation of Big Tech companies. Europe is preparing to give him what he wants.
Elon Musk's Verdict On Facebook: It's 'Lame' And You Should Delete ItElon Musk has taken another swipe at Facebook.
Horrified by Facebook? Fright Writer Stephen King Deletes Account, Suggests Others 'Follow Me'Best-selling author Stephen King has quit Facebook after voicing concerns about false information and privacy. His Facebook profile has since been deleted
Mark Zuckerberg Says Facebook's Goal Is No Longer To Be 'Liked'Mark Zuckerberg sent a message to the public on Wednesday: Facebook is fine doing things that are unpopular, as long as people understand why.
Facebook Reports 4Q Profit, User Growth Despite ChallengesFacebook had a strong fourth quarter as it made more money on advertising and added more users despite challenges around regulation and efforts to fight election interference.
Pelosi: Facebook A 'Shameful' Company, Helped In 'Misleading The American People'House Speaker Nancy Pelosi blasted Facebook as a "shameful" company on Thursday, further escalating tensions between Democratic leadership and the social media giant.
Zuckerberg Hosts 'No Holds Barred' Private Dinner With Civil Rights Leaders In Palo AltoFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg hosted dinner for a delegation of civil rights leaders to hear directly their criticisms of the social media platform and ways to improve.
Facebook CEO Zuckerberg Hosts Dinner Table Discussion With Civil Rights LeadersFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg opened the doors of his Palo Alto home Monday to American civil right leaders including the Rev. Al Sharpton for an "important and robust conversation" on his platform's policies involving hate speech and political ads.
Facebook Posts Solid 3Q Despite Rising Regulatory ThreatsFacebook reported solid third-quarter results Wednesday showing steady growth in its user base even as it faces broad regulatory threats and criticism over its power and negative effects on society.