The biggest social network on the planet should seriously consider updating these practices.
In the two weeks before Facebook's latest struggles, Zuckerberg sold 1.14 million shares as part of regularly scheduled programs.
As busy as Donald Trump is being president, he can’t avoid a former "Apprentice" contestant’s defamation lawsuit, a judge ruled.
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Committee briefings could take place this week.
Congressional pressure is mounting.
Politicians on two continents would love to know where Mark Zuckerberg is. The Facebook CEO opened this year with a public mea culpa after the social media platform he nurtured into global dominance became entangled in congressional enquiries into Russian election meddling, with mounting evidence Russian surrogates had used the platform to distort and divide. Mr Zuckerberg had already walked back dismissing as “crazy” the notion that Facebook could be a vessel for political chicanery, and at the outset of 2018 he pledged to do better.
Many of the MPs who rushed to judgment over the Iraq War are now asserting Russia’s ‘culpability’ for the poisoning of ex-spy Sergei Skripal. Fifteen years after the war began, are the same politicians repeating their mistakes?
With former French president Nicolas Sarkozy in custody for questioning on Tuesday over allegations Gaddafi’s Libya financed his 2007 campaign, FRANCE 24 takes a closer look at the intricate, five-year-long investigation's key facts and figures.