The e-commerce giant, which is increasingly using robots for work, said it will retrain 100,000 workers by 2025.
Facebook Takes Steps to Curb Sensational Health Claims
Facebook's Sandberg Says Libra Coin Is a ‘Long Way From Launch’
Facebook is at the center of numerous investigations over misinformation and privacy on the social network.
While the timing caught some by surprise, the companies have been preparing for this moment for a while.
Apple Rolls Out New iPod Touch, Keeping It Alive in IPhone Era
By cutting off the Chinese tech giant, the U.S. will only slow the expansion of 5G.
“Mark’s power is unprecedented and un-American,” Hughes wrote in an opinion piece in NYT. “It is time to break up Facebook.”
Slack Says Board Member Made Unauthorized Comments to CNBC
SoftBank also negotiating with the sultanate of Oman for an investment of several billion dollars in existing Vision Fund: WSJ.
Qualcomm and Apple Agree to Drop All Litigation Worldwide
Facebook may consider factors such as prior Community Standard violations in determining who is permitted to “go Live,”.
The problem of white nationalism on Facebook was magnified in 2017 after a deadly neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville, Virginia,
Anonymous Twitter Account Surges in Followers After Devin Nunes Lawsuit
Facebook’s Zuckerberg has had a very bad week, even in the context of a very bad year.
Facebook's Live Streaming Is Criticized After Mosque Shooting
Democratic Presidential Candidate Warren called tech giants anti-competitive behemoths that are crowding out competition.
Versum Materials Rejects Merck's $5.9 Billion Takeover Offer
NYC’s De Blasio Says Amazon’s HQ2 Jobs Are ‘Mission Critical’
American Media Says It Will Investigate Bezos' Claims Against It
Hellman & Friedman to Buy Ultimate Software in $11 Billion Deal