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What to Expect When Facebook and Apple Post Earnings
27 Jan 2018
Bloomberg's Tom Giles and Selina Wang preview tech earnings on "Bloomberg Markets."
Shareholders press Twitter, Facebook to curb sexual harassmen
15 Jan 2018
Social media giants, Facebook and Twitter, are facing heat from shareholders, this time to combat sexual harassment of women on the platform.
Facebook's Future With Cryptocurrencies
6 Jan 2018
Techonomy CEO David Kirkpatrick and Bloomberg's Selina Wang discuss Facebook's future with cryptocurrencies.
Crackdown on social media in Iran
3 Jan 2018
Big players like Facebook and Twitter have been absent from the social media landscape in Iran since the 2009 protests, and now Telegram and Instagram have been restricted in the context of unrest in some 50 cities across Iran.
Facebook steps onto YouTube's turf with Universal deal
23 Dec 2017
Facebook Inc. signed a multiyear licensing deal that lets the social network carry songs and artists from the world’s biggest record label, Universal Music Group, across its platforms.
Why Facebook is updating its tax structure
14 Dec 2017
Facebook Inc. is changing its tax structure so that it will pay taxes in the country where sales are made, rather than funnelling everything through its Irish subsidiary.
Facebook has a messenger app for kids under 13
5 Dec 2017
Science & Tech
Facebook rolled out a Messenger Kids app for children under 13 on Monday. The app allows the social media giant which already has over 2 billion users to expand into an untapped market.
Facebook launches Nigeria initiative to drive innovation, growth
27 Nov 2017
Facebook has announced new initiatives to further confirm its commitment and investment in Nigeria. The initiatives incorporate a series of partnerships, training programmes and physical spaces for learning and skills development.
Tizeti, Facebook partner to expand Express Wi-Fi in Nigeria
13 Nov 2017
Public hotspot service provider, Tizeti announced a partnership to expand Express Wi-Fi by Facebook in Nigeria, with plans to roll out hundreds of hotspots over the coming months.
Social media giants get Congressional tongue-lashing
3 Nov 2017
Congress delivered a tongue-lashing to senior officials from Facebook, Google and Twitter on Wednesday, for allowing Russian actors to place ads on their sites in an attempt to influence the 2016 presidential election.
Facebook Profits Overshadowed by Russia Investigation
2 Nov 2017
Facebook enjoyed another record quarter as sales beat estimates.
Facebook launches first SME council
27 Oct 2017
Largest social networking platform in the world, Facebook launched Africa's first SME Council in Nigeria on Wednesday, October 25, as part of its ongoing commitment to support small and medium sized businesses throughout Africa.