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Some of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's neighbors are grumbling about a wall he's having built on his property in Hawaii.
Should we be thinking of Facebook as a news site? No, not primarily. The New York Times reports.
Companies are getting a hard lesson in how to tactfully do business in the post-Brexit U.K after British Airways sparked a Twitter backlash.
Bad news, publishers: Your Facebook reach is probably going to shrink. Recode reports.
The Chinese online marketplace Taobao now sells breakup insurance for Taylor Swift fans.
Jim Cramer breaks down the recent Twilio IPO to determine if it is worth investing.
Some of the web's biggest destinations for watching videos have quietly started using automation to remove extremist content from their sites.
Brexit may threaten the export of British film and TV series to Europe, which is the largest market for the U.K.
Facebook and Netflix rely on non-U.S. markets for growth, while Google could face new regulatory hurdles, experts warn.
The government has the responsibility to free entrepreneurs of policies that hamper technology — even it is scary, Obama said.
at the NBA Draft in Brooklyn, foreign-born rookies played a large role in shaping pro basketball's class of 2016.
Britain's exit of the European Union will not divide the "indispensable" partnership between American and the EU, Obama said.
Facebook will offer "political bias" training to employees as part of a bias management class.
Snapchat and CEO Evan Spiegel are just as private and secretive in France as they are in California, apparently.
In voting for re-election of Facebook board members, Peter Thiel received more votes than Mark Zuckerberg, BuzzFeed reports.
The whole point of virtual reality is to create a fantasy divorced from the physical world. Maybe that's not a great thing. NYT reports.
Despite plunging stock prices, staff exodus and bitter competition, Twitter remains strong, according to one exec.
Facebook signed deals worth more than $50 million with media companies and celebrities to create videos for its live-streaming service.
The photo-sharing app now has 500 million monthly active users, the company said Tuesday, which is up from 400 million last September.
Investors are concerned after shareholders approved a new class of nonvoting Class C shares on Monday.
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