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"Social media" is a clumsy term that entangles enriching social interaction with mindless media consumption. Taken as a whole, we can't decide if it "brings the world closer together" like Facebook's new mission statement says, or leaves us depressed and isolated. Thankfully, Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg seems ready to embrace that responsibility.
Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Andy Serwer, and Dan Roberts discuss why Facebook's head of Messenger, David Marcus, would want to join Coinbase's board of directors.
WhatsApp has always said that it has no plans to put ads into its own app, but this is not stopping Facebook, which now owns WhatsApp, from figuring out other ways of monetizing the hugely popular messaging service, which has around 1 billion daily users. Today, Facebook is launching a new ad unit that will let businesses create a link between the two platforms: advertisers can now include a button on their ads so that people can call or message via WhatsApp with the click of a button. You might notice that Europe is not included in the list, and wonder if that might relate to news that Facebook last year had to pause efforts to share data between the two platforms when it was deemed to violate data protection laws.
Dec.14 -- Scott Galloway, professor at the NYU Stern School of Business, discusses his views on big tech, the FCC's vote to end net neutrality rules and bitcoin with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Julia Chatterley on "Bloomberg Markets."
Dec.14 -- Scott Galloway, professor at the NYU Stern School of Business, explains why he thinks it's time to break up Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google. He speaks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Julia Chatterley on "Bloomberg Markets."
The social-media company is changing its video-ad strategy again, potentially amplifying tensions with many publishers who were already frustrated with their inability to earn significant money from videos ...
Three months before he struck a deal with Walt Disney Co., Rupert Murdoch got a sobering reminder of how quickly the media world was changing.
U.S. equities are drifting lower on Thursday in the wake of a party-line vote by the FCC to repeal net neutrality rules imposed in 2015. The 3-2 decision removes the additional regulatory constraints imposed by the Obama Administration and shifts the balance of power from internet companies — mainly over-the-top streaming providers as well as hoarders of personal data — to telecoms delivering the data into homes.
Facebook Inc (FB.O) said on Thursday it would begin to promote videos more prominently inside its News Feed, leveraging the social network's centrepiece product to build interest in episodic shows and compete more directly with YouTube. Facebook, in a blog post, also said it was tweaking the kinds of advertisements that run in videos on the network. Facebook's News Feed, which comprises posts from friends and businesses, is the first thing its 2.1 billion users see when they open the mobile app or go to the website, making it valuable online real estate.
Facebook Inc said on Thursday it would begin to promote videos more prominently inside its News Feed, leveraging the social network's centerpiece product to build interest in episodic shows and compete more directly with YouTube. Facebook, in a blog post, also said it was tweaking the kinds of advertisements that run in videos on the network. Facebook's News Feed, which comprises posts from friends and businesses, is the first thing its 2.1 billion users see when they open the mobile app or go to the website, making it valuable online real estate.
Many top tech leaders called the FCC's rollback of net neutrality 'extremely disappointing' and vowed to work with Congress.
While Facebook is trying to lure a younger audience to its platform, the French government is pushing in the other direction. A draft bill proposes that children under 16 would need their parents’ permission to sign up for an account, the justice minister told reporters on Wednesday (Dec. 13) According to Facebook’s own requirements, a…
Facebook Inc. is going to start putting advertising before videos in its new shows product, called Watch, part of an effort to come up with a lasting business model for the content.
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The U.S. Federal Communications Commission's meeting on net neutrality was briefly interrupted on Thursday as the agency evacuated the meeting room before later reopening it. It was not immediately clear ...