Facebook parent company Meta has opened its first brick-and-mortar store in California to serve as a showroom for its latest technology and consumer products.
Meta Platforms is considering reducing the money it gives news organizations as it reevaluates the partnerships it struck over the past few years, The Information reported on Monday, citing people familiar with the matter.
Meta notes its hiring efforts are currently outpacing active recruiting goals based on volume and changing business demand in a post-pandemic market.
Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen is "cautiously optimistic" that Elon Musk's $44 billion deal to take Twitter private at $54.20 per share could lead to positive change for democracy and safety on the social media platform.
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg acknowledged that the company was having a difficult time retaining employees, but said he sees that as potentially a good thing for the future.
Facebook parent Meta's reported quarterly profit jumped past Wall Street's expectations, as did its number of daily users. Shares were up more than 18% in after-hours trading.
The Meta Store will offer interactive demos and hands-on experiences with the company's hardware, including Portal devices, Ray-Ban Stories and the Quest 2 VR headset.
RBC Capital Markets managing director Brad Erickson discusses where Meta can find growth in the coming years.
Alphabet unit Google, Meta and other large online platforms will have to do more to tackle illegal content or risk hefty fines under new internet rules agreed between European Union countries and EU lawmakers on Saturday.
Meta Platforms Inc. Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg is facing internal scrutiny over two occasions in which she pressed a U.K. tabloid to shelve a potential article about her then-boyfriend, Activision Blizzard Inc. Chief Executive Bobby Kotick, according to people close to the executives.
A group representing some of Meta Platforms Inc's institutional investors urged shareholders of the Facebook owner to vote against the re-election of two of its board members, Marc Andreessen and Peggy Alford.
Facebook's parent company Meta Platforms (META) will stop requiring booster shots of COVID-19 vaccines for employees going into their U.S. offices. In January, Meta Platforms delayed its employees' return to the office to March 28.
Apple and Meta were both tricked into sharing user data with hackers who posed as law enforcement, according to a new report.
Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, discusses the media's role in suppressing Hunter Biden's laptop story ahead of the 2020 presidential election.
Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, argues 'this stuff was as real as it gets' as he launches investigation into Facebook and Twitter over the Hunter Biden story.
One expert is claiming that Facebook and Twitter are moving at a "slow speed" in their enforcement of Russian government propaganda on social media platforms.
A new survey by Facebook parent Meta Platforms finds that one in five small businesses worldwide, or 20%, reported they were not operational or engaging in any revenue-generating activities in January
Disney has been a vocal opponent of the Sunshine State bill backed by Republican Governor Ron DeSantis, even as polls show the bill growing in popularity.
The data center is expected to support more than 1,300 jobs at peak construction and up to 100 operational jobs when it comes online in 2024.
Moscow court upholds ban on Meta's Facebook and Instagram over extremist activities but still allows Russians to use WhatsApp.