Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg once set out a bit of digital-world wisdom that became his company's informal motto: "Move fast and break things."
- by Margaret Sullivan
Facebook has been working on plans to launch a fact-checking unit in Australia ahead of the 2019 federal election.
- by Jennifer Duke
Many Facebook users were told "something went wrong" after they tried to access their news feeds on Sunday afternoon.
- by Justine Landis Hanley
Facebook initially hired Definers to monitor news about the social network. Then it expanded its relationship.
- by Jack Nicas & Matthew Rosenberg
Liberal philanthropist George Soros has called on Facebook to initiate an independent, internal investigation of its lobbying and public relations work.
- by Hamza Shaban
The development follows a bombshell New York Times investigation that found Facebook has sought to spread disparaging information about its critics.
- by Mike Isaac
Facebook sought to deflect blame and mask the extent of the problem. When that failed, as the company’s stock price plummeted, Facebook went on the attack.
- by Sheera Frenkel, Nicholas Confessore & Cecilia Kang
Facebook's new gadgets, Portal and Portal Plus, are meant to bring people closer together. So we — Mike Isaac and Farhad Manjoo, two technology writers for The New York Times — took the $199 and $349 devices for a test run over the last week to see if they could make us feel more connected to each other.
Facebook has partnered up with Australian automotive classifieds sites like Carsales to create a new way for the social media platform's users to buy used vehicles.
- by Jennifer Duke
Facebook is scrambling to avoid a repeat of its failures in 2016, which changed the company's fortunes and, arguably, the course of history.
- by John McDuling
It's no accident that on this week's earnings call, Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg named an Apple service as Facebook's main competitor.
- by Leonid Bershidsky