Facebook lets small businesses offer paid tickets for online events, while criticizing Apple for taking a cut.
The social giant’s pursuit of transactions and shopping intensifies with Facebook Financial, a new division headed by Libra’s David Marcus, formerly of PayPal.
The Stop Hate for Profit boycott gathered a lot of momentum, but hundreds of companies drastically increased ad spend with Facebook in July.
GDP fell at an annual rate of 32.9 percent, but some of tech’s biggest names are holding their own.
Why Google’s extended work-from-home policy shocked the Internet: It acknowledged that the COVID-19 way of life isn’t going anywhere.
WhatsApp businesses, now more than 50 million strong on the platform, get new powers to reach consumers.
Despite some progress over the last two years, Facebook’s actions on hate speech “have led to serious setbacks for Civil Rights.”
But Color of Change, the NAACP and others say virtually nothing came of a meeting with Mark Zuckerberg over Facebook’s lax policy on hate speech.
The online shop has some unique user features and is offering brands a platform to sell outside the politicized social media flow.