Amazon is offering a rare $5-off-$25 coupon this week, but you can only get it if you share a link on Facebook.
From a CEO taking a potshot at Apple to a savvy programming move by hot cable channel AMC, here's a rundown of the best and worst moves in the business world this week.
Some investors thought Facebook shares were overpriced when the stock went public last year, but eventually the social network showed its value.
From Microsoft having to rebrand its cloud service to KFC trying to fly up-market, here's a rundown of this week's best and worst results from the business world.
Facebook debuted 14 months ago at $38 a share, and promptly plummeted in value. Today, it finally clawed its way back to its original price, cheering early investors.
Facebook's stock on Tuesday came within a hair of reclaiming its $38 debut price for the first time since going public in 2012.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and CFO David Wells, will take to the Web on July 22 to broadcast the company's financial results live, via video, to anyone who chooses to tune in.
From the surprising ouster of the iconic founder of Men's Wearhouse to Sirius XM teaming up with Ford, here are the week's smartest and worst moves from the business world.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg absorbed the ire of shareholders at the company’s first annual meeting since going public, while KFC says sales in China slid 19 percent in...
CEO Mark Zuckerberg faces a series of angry comments at Facebook's first shareholders meeting, as investors lined up to question the company's dismal stock performance.
Zynga announces plans to cut 520 jobs, or 18% of its workforce, saying the move is necessary to "move forward."
In forcing Facebook to take action on its hate speech problem, women's rights activists drew a blueprint for effectively protesting companies.
Much of corporate America is retrenching on the real estate front, but four influential technology companies are each planning headquarters that could win a prize for hubris.
Facebook and Google use an extra line of defense to keep intruders out of your account. Why don't banks do the same?
American Airlines is partnering with Klout to grant access to its exclusive Admirals Club to social media stars.
Target is rolling out a program to let shoppers use their Facebook accounts to redeem special offers on in-store purchases, another brick-and-mortar response to 'showrooming'.
A mixed bag from Facebook's earnings, but revenue from the all-important mobile sector was stronger than expected. GM's earnings fell from a year ago but still beat...
No relief today for investors still stinging from buying into Facebook's IPO: Shares of the social network fell after it reported slightly worse than expected earnings.
Facebook reports first quarter earnings after today's closing bell and it's likely to show strong growth in several key areas, but there are concerns about user engagement.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg cuts his salary to $1, becoming the latest Silicon Valley exec to forgo a paycheck.
Caterpillar's profit and sales came in short of expectations. It also forecast that sales for the full year will be below target, because of slow growth in the world economy.
General Motors pulled its ads from the social network a year ago. But now the automaker is testing a new tie-up with Facebook, including a pilot campaign for its Chevrolet...
Ben and Jerry's is holding its "Free Cone Day" promotion today, but the ice cream giveaway got so popular that it crashed the company's website.
The unveiling of Facebook 'Home' was met with a shrug, but that's OK with CEO Mark Zuckerberg, since the product represents the future of social networking -- not the present.