Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg said in a Facebook post that she and founder Mark Zuckerberg were "too slow" to respond to the Russian interference on the site.
Kurt Wagner of ReCode and Former Apple CEO John Sculley discuss whether Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg should step down from her role at the company.
"Women are disadvantaged out of the gate, and they do not catch up," says Rachel Thomas, president of LeanIn.Org.
It's notable that Facebook tapped someone from outside the company for the job. Facebook has a reputation for promoting a tight circle of executives close to Zuckerberg and Sandberg.
Facebook instituted a global ban on false information about when and where to vote in 2016, but Monday's move goes further.
Many Facebook employees are outraged at senior executive Joel Kaplan for attending Judge Brett Kavanaugh's congressional hearing in an apparent show of support for the Supreme Court nominee, according to reports by The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.
"This company is a rogue in the eyes of a lot of other tech companies," Jim Cramer says.
SurveyMonkey CEO Zander Lurie says Silicon Valley has a responsibility to protect consumers' data.
Jeffrey Sonnenfeld says there seems to be a culture shift at Facebook, "where the sense of courage and creativity seems to be displaced with something that has a lot more to do with ambition and arrogance."
Instagram co-founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger join seven other senior Facebook executives who have announced their departures this year.
Emails between Google employees appear to show them discussing ways to alter the company's search engine algorithm after the U.S. administration's travel ban. Google said none of the suggestions was ever implemented, the Wall Street Journal reported.
"Apple is really differentiating itself on privacy right now," longtime tech investor Roger McNamee says.
Even at America's wealthiest companies like Facebook, where policies cater to working parents, moms say they still can't get the time and flexibility they need, USA Today reports.
Google has been increasingly dragged into the public eye in recent months.
Mark Zuckerberg began the year by promising to make Facebook safer from election interference around the world. He has spent most of the rest of the year apologizing for not recognizing the problem earlier.
U.S. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy blasted Google in a tweet on Tuesday, saying an "invite will be on its way" to the company — presumably a request for it to testify.
Although CEOs typically benefit from what psychologists call "idiosyncrasy credits" — allowing them more latitude to take risks, act flamboyant and otherwise push the envelope than rank-and-file employees — Musk is pushing it too far.
Five communication and body language experts break down the tech execs' reactions
The dip puts Snap on pace for its seventh straight day of losses. It's already shed 9 percent this week.
Scott McNealy, former Sun Microsystems CEO, discusses his thoughts on the social media industry and what kind of regulation could come follow tech executives Jack Dorsey and Sheryl Sandberg testified on Capitol Hill.