Shares of the Los Angeles company that makes the Snapchat messaging app breached an all-time low Friday, following weaker-than-expected second quarter financial results.
Facebook's sneaky launch of a photo-sharing app in China, where its social network is banned, gives it a small taste of the massive market's potential, but it may have to settle for just that for now.
Facebook's interest in China has led it to discreetly create a photo-sharing application released there without the social network's brand being attached.
Watching video online is getting more social.
Facebook once failed to buy Snapchat; ever since, it's tried to copy it, mostly without success.
Facebook is rolling out a new video service offering professionally produced shows in a challenge to rivals such as YouTube, and potentially to streaming providers like Netflix.
"President Donald Trump signs an executive order allowing the hunting of bald eagles," a headline from the St. George Gazette blared last month.
Facebook made progress in improving the gender and racial balance of its workers, with women, African Americans and Hispanics all gaining more representation in the Silicon Valley company's ranks over the last year.
Why is social media such a hard habit to break?
When people see smoke on the horizon, what do they do? Besides (hopefully) calling fire authorities, they post to social media, of course.