Google Plus is no longer trying to be a competitor to Facebook. Here's why it was split into two services, Photos and Streams.
A pair of analysts boost their price targets on Netflix, and Facebook opens up Messenger to third parties.
Facebook users in the U.S. will soon be able to send their friends money using the social network's Messenger app.
For people who think drawing up a will seems morbid, changing preferences on Facebook may be less intimidating. It's simple, even if it is a little weird.
The Facebook investor isn't the first to underestimate the potential of the microblogger and the wisdom of its tongue-in-cheek CEO.
Twitter, Google, Riverbed Technology, Facebook and Southwest top a new Glassdoor survey on the workplaces with the best culture and values.
Two huge beverage companies are expected to post opposing financials, and it looks like a good week for Chipotle, Facebook and a hero named Hercules.
So what that 689,003 Facebook users had their news feed altered for an academic research study? The viral furor appears to be subsiding.
Twitter tests a buy now button. The Dutch airline KLM encounters turbulence with a tweet. And Facebook gets heat over manipulating its news feed.
AstraZeneca just became the latest big company to refuse a buyout offer. Was it right to say no? Hard to say - but these firms should've accepted deals.
Facebook believes tapping into the lucrative small business market will help increase its advertising and get more clicks on all kinds of ads.
What's behind Wall Street's tepid response to encouraging quarterly results just posted by Facebook and Twitter?
Twitter enhances tweets with photos, and Facebook buys a firm that makes virtual reality gear. They're among the corporate highlights of the week.
Facebook agrees to buy virtual reality headset maker Oculus VR for $2 billion, making it one of the most peculiar acquisitions in the social network's 10-year history.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg left a meeting with President Barack Obama unsatisfied with assurances that the government can protect privacy while continuing surveillance.