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  • Mark Zuckerberg meets with China's propaganda chief

    China calls for a global Internet governance system and cooperation between countries to regulate use.

  • BEIJING, March 19- Facebook's co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg met China's propaganda tsar Liu Yunshan in Beijing on Saturday as part of a charm offensive in one of the few markets where the social network cannot be accessed. China "hopes can strengthen exchanges, share experiences and improve mutual understanding with China's Internet companies," Xinhua...

  • Swisher: Tim Cook's stance may be inspiring engineers

    Kara Swisher, Re/code Executive Editor, joins the "Squawk Alley" team to discuss the possibility that Apple engineers may quit before being forced to build a backdoor in iOS, the debate over a photo of Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg running through China's Tiananmen Square, as well as Twitter's Jack Dorsey on the "Today" show and her outlook for Silicon Valley.

  • People pass a sign for JPMorgan Chase & Co. at it's headquarters in Manhattan.

    JPMorgan is making a big bet on younger Americans that don't have jobs. One of the bank's partners explains the effort to CNBC in an interview.

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    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is the biggest gainer in Forbes' 2016 billionaires list of the world's richest people.

  • FRANKFURT, March 2- Germany's cartel office is investigating Facebook for suspected abuse of market power over breaches of data protection laws in the first formal probe of the social network for violating competition rules. "For advertising-financed internet services such as Facebook, user data are hugely important," Federal Cartel Office President...

  • FRANKFURT, March 2- Germany's cartel office has opened an investigation into Facebook for suspected abuse of market power through breaches of data protection law, it said on Wednesday. For this reason it is essential to also examine under the aspect of abuse of market power whether the consumers are sufficiently informed about the type and extent of data...

  • News of the ruling followed a visit last week by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in which he mounted a charm offensive in the face of increasing antipathy in Germany towards the world's biggest social media network prompted by fears for data protection. The Berlin regional court ruled that Facebook had not adequately changed the wording of a clause on...

  • *Social network has 21 mln daily users in Germany. BERLIN, Feb 26- Facebook has learned from Germany to include migrants as a class of people that needed to be protected from "hate speech" online, Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said on the second day of a visit to Berlin on Friday. Facebook already has the cultural obstacle of privacy to deal with in Germany, a country...

  • delivers opening remarks while testifying before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee's Investigations Subcommittee about the company's offshore profit shifting and tax avoidance in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill May 21, 2013 in Washington, DC.

    Apple CEO Tim Cook holds the second-highest approval rating of tech CEOs in a poll of registered voters released Friday.

  • Where to find the upside in tech

    RBC Lead Internet Analyst Mark Mahaney discusses some of the best opportunities in the suffering tech sector.

  • Zuckerberg evades Twitter question

    Re/code's Kara Swisher discusses Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's lack of a comment about Twitter and responses to new emojis on the social network.

  • Zuckerberg slams staff for defacing 'Black Lives Matter'

    The Facebook chief executive rebukes his own staff for crossing out 'Black Lives Matter' slogans on the office walls.

  • ISIS threatens Facebook and Twitter CEOs

    Islamic State posted a video targeting Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey.

  • WASHINGTON/ BENGALURU, Feb 24- Facebook users around the globe can now do more than "like" a post. Facebook launched a pilot of "Reactions"- which allowed users to select from seven emotions including "Angry," "Sad," "Wow" and "Like"- in Ireland and Spain in October. Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said in September the company was thinking of adding a "dislike" button,...

  • Feb 24- Facebook users around the globe can now be more expressive. The social network rolled out "Reactions"- an extension of the "Like" button- worldwide on Wednesday, to allow users to express emotions such as sadness, anger and love. Facebook launched a pilot of "Reactions"- which allowed users to select from seven emotions including "Angry," "Sad," "Wow" and "Like"- in Ireland...

  • Facebook offers new 'reaction' buttons in addition to the 'Like' option.

    Facebook is rolling out its "Reactions" feature for all 1.6 billion users, allowing them to use different responses to a post.

  • BARCELONA, Feb 22- Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg on Monday tried to extend an olive branch to mobile phone companies, on which the popular social network company increasingly relies, but which are also among his biggest critics. Speaking for the third straight year to an annual gathering of telecoms executives at the Mobile World Congress here,...

  • Facebook wants to rethink wireless networks

    CNBC's Jon Fortt reports from the Mobile World Congress on the keynote address delivered by Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg.

  • Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg delivers a keynote address at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

    Facebook's efforts to boost Internet connectivity will continue despite a setback in India, CEO Mark Zuckerberg says.