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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg plans to unify Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram under one platform to have more control over the various companies.   The New York Times reports four Facebook employees have confirmed Zuckerberg is planning to keep the apps separate but their “underlying technical structure” will be unified. This

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said he wants to host a series of public discussions about the future of technology in society, as part of his personal 2019 challenge. The CEO said he wants to discuss “the opportunities, the challenges, the hopes, and the anxieties” that are in society around

Leaked emails have embroiled Facebook in a new scandal with the suggestion the social networking giant has made a habit of dirty tricks and anticompetitive practices. These new problems come as the company is still reeling from last month’s revelations of underhanded lobbying, smear campaigns and alleged anti-semitism. Sign up for

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg faced a four-hour grilling from the US Senate Commerce and Judiciary panels yesterday in response to a number of revelations – that Russian operatives had targeted Facebook users to influence the US election, that Cambridge Analytica had gained personal information on 87 million users, and that

Facebook says the information of up to 87 million people — including 311,127 Australians — may have been improperly shared with Cambridge Analytica. The new figures are higher than the initial media reports that the Facebook data of 50 million people was harvested and handed over illegitimately to Cambridge Analytica,

Despite trousering a record $12.78 billion in advertising revenue for the quarter, Wall Street was initially unimpressed with Facebook’s latest financial results. Stock was down 4 per cent after the social media giant disclosed that usage and user numbers in the US had declined. But the shares recovered after an

Facebook is introducing a major change to its newsfeed. In a bid to promote more social connection and less of what it calls “passive media consumption”, the site’s newsfeed will begin prioritising content from friends and family over content from brands and publishers. WHICH-50 Reader Survey: Help us improve Which-50

Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg’s 2018 resolution is to “fix” Facebook. Reflecting on a tumultuous year for the social media giant, Zuckerberg conceded Facebook could do a lot more to address the role it plays in society. Sign up to Which-50’s Digital Marketing Newsletter “The world feels anxious and divided, and

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Beating estimates, Facebook raked in more than $10 billion in quarterly revenue for the first time. Facebook’s total revenue jumped 47 per cent to $10.33 billion, for the quarter ended September 30. While its profits rose 79 per cent to $4.7 billion. Ad revenue was up 49 per cent $10.14

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Facebook’s continued dominance in online advertising has helped lift the social media giant’s profit by 76 per cent to $3.06 billion for the quarter ended March 31, 2017. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Total revenue grew by 49 per cent year-over-year to $8 billion and advertising revenue was