Mark Zuckerberg

Saying ‘Sorry’ Isn’t Enough for Social-Media Stocks

Facebook (ticker: FB) and Twitter (TWTR) executives struck a contrite tone before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Wednesday, which should serve them well in the long run, a Wall Street firm said in a note Thursday. But the short-term pain continues for both stocks, even after Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg and Twitter Chief …

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Zuckerberg Connecting Whatsapp, Instagram, and Facebook. What Could Go Wrong?

“Typically, you separate great brands to create enterprise value,” says Scott Galloway, a Professor of Marketing at NYU Stern School of Business. “Mark Zuckerberg is trying to encrypt the backbone between WhatsApp, Instagram, and the core platform Facebook, such that he has one communications network across 2.7 billion people or the population of the southern …

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Regulation of Google and Facebook Will Impair Their Futures

Former Facebook Director Donald Graham says that regulation of Google and Facebook will slow them down dramatically and probably impair their futures significantly. He said that the idea that companies like Google, Apple, Amazon, and Facebook are permanent just isn’t so. However, Graham believes strongly that Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg are the two people …

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This Could Be Facebook’s AOL Peak, Their Yahoo Peak

Internet entrepreneur and investor Jason Calacanis suggests that Facebook may go the way of AOL and Yahoo. “This could be, it’s possible, maybe not probable but possible, this could be their AOL peak, their Yahoo peak,” said Calacanis. “I think this could be peak Facebook right now.” Jason Calacanis, Internet entrepreneur and angel investor in …

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Facebook’s Takes Steps to Remove Posts That Incite Violence

A recent Congressional hearing revealed that Facebook’s policies regarding fake news and posts that encourage violence need to be revamped. Now the social media giant is finally taking steps that will allow the platform to take down hateful and violence-inciting posts. Facebook said that it will utilize its image recognition technology to target posts and …

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Facebook Users Would Have to Pay to Opt Out of Targeted Ads, Says COO Sheryl Sandberg

There’s an outstanding rumor that Facebook users would have to pay in order to keep using the service. While this rumor has been going on for years, it might soon find itself becoming a truth if Sheryl Sandberg’s recent interviews are to be believed. Facebook’s Chief Operating Officer is on a media blitz trying to …

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It’s Worse Than You Think, Facebook Exposes Millions More Users to Cambridge Analytica Data Breach

Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse, Facebook revealed that Cambridge Analytica was able to access personal data of up to 87 million users. The figure was shockingly higher than the previous estimate of 50 million. The number was shared by the company’s chief technology officer, Mike Schroepfer, in a blog post. Schroepfer …

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Facebook to Cut Off Third-Party Data for Targeted Ads

In the midst of the fallout of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook recently announced that it will put an end to its Partner Categories program. The move effectively cuts off third-party access to the social media giant’s data. Facebook utilizes data from third-party data collectors to augment its own data pool for ad targeting. The …

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Mark Zuckerberg Under Fire Over Facebook’s Data Breach During US Presidential Election

Lawmakers from the United States and Britain are heaping criticisms on Facebook and founder Mark Zuckerberg after reports revealed that Cambridge Analytica, a data company said to have been instrumental in Donald Trump’s presidential win, received data from 50 million Facebook users through inappropriate means. The social media giant announced on Friday that it suspended …

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Facebook Sees Growth in Ad Sales Despite Drop in Usage

Facebook saw a decline in usage for the first time in its history, undoubtedly brought about by certain changes made to its News Feed. Despite that, the social media company’s digital ads remained profitable, stemming any concerns investors might have. Facebook recently released its earnings report for the last quarter of 2017. The report underlined …

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What Facebook’s Algorithm Update Means for Brands

The Facebook algorithm update that fans have been waiting for is here! Facebook has been under intense criticism in the past year from groups who say that they allowed foreign interference in national elections and continue to keep users in filter bubbles — in other words, that businesses have taken the place of content from friends …

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Is Mark Zuckerberg Planning to Bring Bitcoin to Facebook?

Thanks to 2017 being a banner year for a host of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Ethereum, everyone on Earth is now aware of the existence of these digital assets. Buoyed by the massive market gains last year, cryptocurrencies, in general, seemed to have passed the litmus test to qualify as a legitimate investment …

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