5 Mistakes to Avoid in Your Next Interview

Want to land that job? Avoid these 5 mistakes in your next interview.

Facebook Discloses Hack Affecting 50 Million Accounts

The attackers stole Facebook access tokens, which keep you logged in so you don't have to enter your password every time you visit. In total, around 90 million people will have to log back in the next time they try to access the platform.

Facebook Admits Using Two-Factor Phone Numbers to Target Ads

Surprise, surprise.

Hacker Says He’ll Livestream Deletion of Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook Page

You can tune into Facebook Live this Sunday to see if he pulls it off.

Instagram, Oculus, WhatsApp and More: Here’s How Things Panned Out for 5 Founders Who Sold to Facebook

Instagram's founders are leaving Facebook. Here's what happened to other entrepreneurs who sold their companies to the social media giant.

3 Key Changes to Facebook Advertising After a Year of Scandal and Regulation

The way you advertise on Facebook is changing dramatically, so here are some of the most important things to note.

Read Mark Zuckerberg’s Op-ed Describing Facebook’s Efforts as an ‘Arms Race’

The CEO took to the pages of The Washington Post while Sheryl Sandberg heads to Washington.

Facebook Removes Fake Accounts Targeting 2018 U.S. Midterms

It's following a similar strategy to the 2016 presidential election.

Mark Zuckerberg on Why Facebook Won’t Remove ‘Fake News’ and 3 Other Takeaways From His Recent Interview

In a podcast interview with Recode, the co-founder of the social giant opened up about regulating 'fake news,' monitoring content, his mentor and tech's next frontier.

Facebook Tests Charging Subscriptions for Access to Groups

The social network is piloting a feature that will let group administrators charge membership fees for access to exclusive content.