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.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will take a victory lap at a mobile technology conference in Spain after beating out Google to acquire WhatsApp.
Carriers might start to reduce their fees for international messages, or bundle their international messages into a package, an analyst predicts.
Some stocks are fun for a fling. Others, you'll want to keep close for a lifetime. How can you tell the difference? Take a cue from online dating.
From Green Mountain pouring full pots of coffee, to Apple paying the price for the iPhone 5c's poor sales, here's a rundown of the week's best and worst in business.
Facebook's latest numbers show the social media giant growing at a rapid clip -- so fast, in fact, that it buries the idea that younger users are beginning to spurn the site.
From Apple's earnings to the prophetic end of the trading month, here are some of the things that will help shape the week that lies ahead on Wall Street.
Nasdaq will compensate firms for qualifying claims related to Facebook's botched May 2012 initial public offering, the group says.
Stocks extend their year-end rally, led by big gains from Facebook and Apple.
Facebook plans to offer 70 million shares of its Class A stock in a sale that includes more than 41 million shares from chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Despite a dearth of big news, the Dow and S&P rallied to new records, and Macy's reported a 22% jump in earnings, giving markets high hopes for the holiday shopping...
Mobile messaging startup Snapchat rejected a buyout offer from Facebook that would have valued the company at $3 billion or more, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Halloween candy facts-and-figures, and possible trouble for Facebook with teenage users. Those and more top money stories you need to know Thursday.
Facebook swings to a stronger-than-expected profit in the third quarter as the social-networking giant parlayed soaring mobile ad sales to a 60% surge in total revenue.