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Libby Leffler, a former Facebook executive and Google employee, says the first thing to do at a new job is to make sure your goals are aligned with your manager's. If not, readjust and set some goals together.
The White House is considering an antitrust investigation into ‘online platform bias’ at Google and Facebook — read the leaked ...
Facebook has removed some conservative commentators from its platform after they broke Facebook's rules against "hate speech." But there is no evidence that either Facebook or Google systematically discriminates left or right.
A public relations firestorm ensued after a Ryanair passenger filmed a baggage handler at Manchester Airport throw passengers' luggage onto a conveyor cart with seemingly no regard for the contents inside.
Thriller ‘Assassination Nation’ had its ads turned down by YouTube and Facebook for controversial imagery
Ads for the new indie thriller "Assassination Nation" were rejected by YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram for their imagery, which included guns and women undressing, Variety reported. The film's production company, Neon, has also reportedly had trouble placing billboard ads for the movie.
Facebook is planning to unveil its long-awaited video chat device "Portal" next week, Cheddar reports. "Portal" will reportedly function similarly to Amazon Echo, and cost between $300 and $400 depending on size.
Instagram is reportedly testing a way to let you easily re-share someone else’s photo — a feature users have been begging for
Instagram might let you re-gram other people's photos. Finally.
Facebook is taking on Tinder with the official launch of its dating service — but it’s only in Colombia for now
Facebook has launched its new dating service. But for now, it's only available in the South American country of Colombia.
Michelle Klein is the senior director of marketing for North America at Facebook. To anticipate her on-the-go lifestyle, Klein said she keeps critical travel items in her personal bag so she's always prepared to hop on a flight.
Scott Galloway will return to the IGNITION stage in 2018 after giving a blistering presentation last year on why Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google s...
Hear more biting commentary and insightful analysis from popular IGNITION speaker Scott Galloway when he returns to the stage in 2018.
Facebook faces discrimination lawsuits amid reports it allowed Uber to run job ads targeted exclusively at men
Facebook faces discrimination lawsuits for allegedly allowing employers to target job ads at a single gender. Civil rights organisation the ACLU filed a complaint against Facebook claiming that 10 employers had targeted job ads only to men.