Facebook Turns News Feed Into 'Personalized Newspaper' 14 weeks ago
Facebook has taken the next step in social media evolution and completely changed the look of its users' news feeds, CEO Mark...
By Greg Gilman
The Facebook CEO and the New Jersey governor met in 2010
Some Facebook users are being charged $100 to send a message to Mark Zuckerberg's inbox
Randi Zuckerberg was mad at a friend who tweeted a picture she only shared with friends on Facebook
Other top trends on the social network include Barack Obama, "The Avengers" and "The Big Bang Theory"
Facebook's mobile push is paying off -- even if Zynga payments are down 24 percent
Mark Zuckerberg also told Matt Lauer on "Today" that the social network now has 1 billion active users each month
Following lackluster IPO, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg drops from number 14 to number 36 on annual moneybags list
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the fundamentals of Facebook's business are strong, blames quiet period because he and colleagues could not defend the company
Zuckerberg's wealth decreased as the price of Facebook stock hits an all-time low after a disappointing earnings report -- but he's still rich
The social network's stock fell in after-hours trading as Facebook's honchos tried to reassure Wall Street that they get it.
Social network records net loss of $157 million, or 8 cents a share
Guest Blog: I discovered problems with Facebook’s anthills when I sought to advertise my own e-books
A week after fizzling, the social network's IPO continues to draw criticism and Facebook is reportedly thinking of switching exchanges
Some honeymoon! The social network's stock closed down 10 percent
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg married his girlfriend of nine years, Priscilla Chan, in a surprise backyard ceremony on Saturday
Facebook has only a fractional gain on first day as a public company
Facebook's IPO price of $38 will raise $16 billion
From slowing ad sales to mobile app hiccups, not everything is "like"-able at Mark Zuckerberg's tech giant
Author Adam Lanshinsky pulls back the curtain on the inner workings of his company where "fear is palpable"
California's massive teachers pension group criticizes lack of women and size of Facebook's board
In a letter along with the IPO filing, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says there's a lot to learn from "the hacker way"
Facebook opened its books for the IPO and the balance sheet was impressive indeed, but analysts say its shares could still be overvalued
Facebook filed its long-awaited IPO with the SEC Wednesday, revealing that it has close to $4 billion in cash and generated almost $4 billion in revenue in 2011
The social network is reportedly eyeing Morgan Stanley to help it make its market debut
Zynga, Groupon and other companies have struggled amid the scrutiny that comes with being publicly traded -- is Mark Zuckerberg ready?
Marco Rubio and Roy Blunt withdraw their support amid a wave of online and street protests
Big-budget zombie movie gets so lost in its global scale that it doesn't give us a flesh-and-blood hero who makes it all matter, despite Brad Pitt's best efforts