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Facebook is testing a new feature that would allow users to pay $1 to send a message to a stranger's inbox.
Does the social network MySpace ring a bell to you? Well, Myspace co-founder Tom Anderson just sounded the alarm.
One of Facebook's biggest challenges is finding ways to monetize its business, with CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Facebook shares are up 26 percent this quarter even though they are still under the IPO price. Youssef Squali, Cantor Fitzgerald, weighs in.
Facebook has pulled back from testing third-party advertising to get the basic product right first.
Alisher Usmanov, founder of USM Holdings and Russia's richest man, tells CNBC's Geoff Cutmore that he is waiting for Facebook's next surge and believes the company's potential is untapped. (2:00)
The Russian billionaire who is one of Facebook's biggest investors believes that the social networking company's potential is "not fully understood."
Julia Boorstin on this year's top holiday apps, which help users track Santa, create gift lists, and keep kids entertained.
Stocks ended near session lows Wednesday, as negotiations to avert the looming "fiscal cliff" turned sour after Speaker John Boehner said the House of Representatives will pass a budget proposal that President Barack Obama had already threatened to veto.
Discussing Facebook's new terms of service regarding Instagram and how the retail industry has been affected by the boost in online selling, with Jeff Jordan, Andreessen Horowitz partner.
Instagram users are concerned about the unauthorized use of their photos, with Alyson Shontell, Business Insider, and John Abell, Reuters MediaFile. (Photos in the story were covered due to rights issues.)
Late Tuesday night Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer posted a revealing tweet. If a photo speaks a thousand words, here's what this one tells us.
The battle over who will dominate the photo-sharing space is in full swing and at the center of the fight is Facebook and Twitter.
Dennis Berman, The Wall Street Journal, provides a preview of which companies could be making a big public debut in 2013.
Drew Olanoff, TechCrunch discusses privacy concerns on social network sites.
"I’m writing this today to let you know we’re listening and to commit to you that we will be doing more to answer your questions, fix any mistakes, and eliminate the confusion...," said Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom.
The theory behind a new product launched by Merrill Edge, dubbed "Face Retirement," produces a digitally aged image of the potential retiree, along with the cost of living around retirement age.
Next year Facebook may roll out video advertisements in your newsfeed, according to a report.
The government is going after an industry that has been hiding in the shadows, collecting your personal information and selling it for profit.