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Facebook Outperforms the Rest of Tech, While Aiming to Keep Mark Zuckerberg in Control

While some giants in the technology industry are hitting snags on Wall Street, Facebook Inc. proved again on Wednesday that it's in a class by itself.
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Facebook F8 Keynote Speech Has Mark Zuckerberg Detailing Company's Roadmap for the Next 10 Years

It seems like Facebook users are in for some great news in the coming 10 years as Mark Zuckerberg announced new innovations for the next decade.
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Facebook Fighting Decline in Key Area: 'Content Collapse' But Could Be Blessing in Disguise

Remember those days when your friends would tell you, on Facebook, what they were eating for lunch or when they were taking a shower or doing other personal things?

Social Media Sunday: Facebook's Wall Brawl, Reactions, Tumblr to Double Down on Mobile

It's time for Social Media Sunday!
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Brief Brazilian WhatsApp Ban Shows How Essential Social Media Messaging Is, Boosts Telegram App by 1.5M Users

On the same day that investigators of the ISIS Paris attacks announced to CNN that the perpetrators used encrypted chat apps, including WhatsApp and Telegram, to communicate under the radar of law enforcement, Brazil imposed -- and then subsequently rescinded -- a nationwide ban of WhatsApp for related reasons, at least officially.
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Tech Titans' FWD.us Campaign Hammers Trump's Mass Deportation Plans with '11 Million Stories' Video

The biggest names in Silicon Valley, including Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, Marissa Mayer and more, have spoken up against Trump's proposal for deporting millions of immigrants in a new FWD.us campaign called "11 Million Stories."

Social Media Sunday: Zuck's Controversial Donation, Facebook Takes on Periscope, and More

This week in Social Media, Mark Zuckerberg announced he and his wife would donate 99 percent of their Facebook stock to charity, prompting critics to express a great deal of skepticism.
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Billionaires Launch Breakthrough Energy Coalition to Invest in Clean Power

This week, the United Nations Climate Change Conference is taking place in Paris. At the same time, tech billionaires Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates -- along with a handful of other incredibly wealthy executives like Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson, George Soros and Alibaba's Jack Ma -- have announced their own plan to boost the private sector's development of clean energy technologies.
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Social Media Sunday: Facebook's 'Dislike' Button, Pinterest Hits Milestone, & Snapchat's Replay (for a Price)

This week in social media, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced he's actually decided to create a "dislike" button, but it's not what you think. Meanwhile, Snapchat added a replay feature for snaps you might have missed (for a price) and in Facebook's new "Signal" feature, Twitter has something big to worry about from the top social media platform on the planet.

Social Media Sunday: Facebook and Twitter Pummeled on Wall Street, Google+ Gives Up - Mostly

This week was a bad one on Wall Street for Twitter, Facebook, and others, even if they posted better-than-expected revenue results. Meanwhile, Google has dropped the Google+ sign-up requirement for unrelated services and platforms starting with YouTube. But that doesn't mean it's giving up on social entirely.
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Facebook Struggles with Gaining a Diverse Employee Base, Remains Predominately White

Entrepreneur and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has voiced a desire to transform the demographics of Facebook's employment base to better echo the company's billion-plus international users. However, Facebook's most recent diversity report revealed that white men continue to have a claim on positions at Facebook.
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Is Internet.org Good? Only If It Allows for Its Own Eventual Demise -- Opinion

Critics argue that Mark Zuckerberg's Internet.org initiative isn't a charity, but rather a method of control. Zuckerberg can turn that around and prove his global connectivity project is truly good, but only by allowing the places he's connecting to eventually make his service irrelevant.

Social Media Sunday: Facebook's Newest Platform is Messenger, Twitter Unveils Periscope, & Snapchat Really Wins Young Demographic

This week in social media, Facebook announced Facebook Messenger as its own platform, as the company's future now looks to rival Google. Meanwhile, Twitter unveiled its Meerkat live-streaming competitor, Periscope, and Snapchat's definitely, definitely the leader in the youth demographic.
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Facebook Turns Its Messenger App Into a Multi-App Platform

Having the largest social media network in the world, with 1.4 billion users and counting -- and owning the most globally popular messaging app (not to mention also owning Instagram) -- is not enough for Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Social Media Sunday: Facebook's TheFind Acquisition to Bolster Ads, Twitter's SxSW Play Against Meerkat, & Another Funding Round for Snapchat

This week in social media, Facebook acquired shopping search engine TheFind.com, Twitter pressures Meerkat, and Snapchat gets another major investment but loses a long-time executive. All of the week's top social media news and more, now at its new home on Sundays at Latin Post!

Social Media Saturday: Facebook's Real Name Problem, Snapchat, Instagram and Pinterest Values Skyrocketing

This week in social media, Facebook's real name policy got it in even more trouble, while Snapchat and Pinterest both climb in value. It's time for Social Media Saturday!
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