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Michael Coates, who joined the company in January 2015, is quitting to start his own company.
The social media giant and its top executive have faced privacy concerns before — and made no shortage of public comments.
Jim Cramer explains why a Facebook scandal shouldn't reflect poorly on its big-cap companions in the technology space.
A bidding war could well have driven up the price that Salesforce paid for MuleSoft.
The Cambridge Analytica scandal knocked billions off Facebook's market value, but much of Wall Street isn't worried.
"This is Facebook's responsibility," says Damian Collins, a member of Britain's Parliament.
Alphabet subsidiary Google is getting into the blockchain space to compete with start-ups in the emerging industry, Bloomberg reported Wednesday, citing sources familiar with the matter.
A backlash against technology stocks such as Facebook is coming that could hurt the broader market, one strategist says.
Dropbox's free cash flow may not be as good as it looks.
MIT unveiled a robotic fish will help scientists get closer to aquatic life than ever before.
NEA opted to hold its MuleSoft shares after the IPO lockup, a decision that led to the firm doubling its money.
"We really wanted to make sure that we tapped into a lot of the beautiful properties that we showcase on our website."
Sridhar Ramaswamy said Google has a small team looking at blockchain and that the technology has a lot of promise
Famed investor Bill Miller is still a believer in Facebook.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's remarks will be aimed at rebuilding trust, according to Axios.
Platforms like Facebook enable people's data to be used in ways that take power away from voters and give it to data-analyzing campaigners, Timothy Summers writes in The Conversation.
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