Facebook seems to be taking a beating these days. But guess what? That's actually good news.
Mark Zuckerberg is not in danger of losing his job, but that doesn't mean he can brush off recent criticism of his leadership.
The price of Facebook's stock has fallen more than 50% from its IPO, leading some to call for a change in leadership
Two brothers who've spent more than two decades behind bars walk out of jail thanks to evidence connected to Facebook.
For actor Bill Oberst Jr., it was an unpaid gig starring in a Web-only video that's just two minutes long.
Sure, lots of folks might be excited about a Twitter-like social network with no ads or annoying "promoted tweets."
A Virginia sheriff's deputy has been fired for liking his boss's political opponent -- on Facebook.
A shrewd Wall Street friend once advised me: "There's all the difference in the world between a great business and a great investment."
Ahead of Facebook's first earnings report, many are wondering whether the company can deliver on advertising revenue.
Has your Facebook feed become a gauzy parade of white gowns and veils? You're not alone.
I was blissed out on vacation when Facebook gave me a one-two punch to the gut.
Bernice Radle doesn't stay put.
Six weeks after Digg was acquired by incubator Betaworks, a revamped Digg website and iPhone app have been released, one day ahead of schedule.
Zynga shares tumbled nearly 40% Thursday, a day after the company reported earnings that missed analysts' expectations.
The stock photo, posted on a Facebook fan page for the accused Colorado shooter, shows two young men in a movie theater turning around to tell the people behind them to be quiet.
Former England captain David Beckham is full of excitement ahead of the London Olympics. CNN's Amanda Davies reports.
It's a truth of the digital age. When a person is plucked from obscurity, for good reasons or bad, the first thing curiosity-seekers do is turn to the Web.
An Argentinian judge has ordered Facebook to remove a profile from its site that allegedly was defaming a local business.
Facebook may be more populous, but Google+ is better-liked.
Conventional webmaster wisdom holds that changing the name of a website leads to a drop in its popularity.
Alex Boston and her parents explain why they took legal action against two bullies who created a fake Facebook page.
Communication on Facebook started with the simple, emotionally vague "poke."
CNNMoney's Laurie Segall and HLN contributor Mario Armstrong tell us how to keep your Facebook page employment-ready.
Could the days of trying to cram all your professional accomplishments onto a single sheet of paper be a thing of the past?
It's a first-world problem of epic proportions, and the couch potatoes of the Web aren't pleased.
Eyewitness footage of the Indiana State Fair stage collapse, a collection of powerful images from a blind photographer and a dispatch by 14-year-old twins at Occupy Wall Street were among the recipients of the 2nd annual CNN iReport Awards on Saturday night.
James Lazar is married to a man. He won't buy anniversary cards that picture a man and a woman. He didn't want his Facebook page to show those symbols, either.
Google Plus, Google's much-chided version of Facebook, celebrated its first birthday last week.
You have burning questions, and we have burning answers (we really need to stop writing these columns by candlelight). That's why, this week, we decided to take a passel of queries from our friends, followers and readers. We received these queries via e-mail, Facebook and in-person conversations. We spunked up the wording a bit to keep you healthily entertained.
Anastasia R. hates her boss, Jay, and wishes he would die. Matt B. is "carrying a bucket round in my car cause im so hungover." Charlie S. wants everyone to have his new personal phone number.
Facebook pulled a fast one and changed the default email address on people's profiles to @facebook.com.
Whether you've noticed or not, you have a new primary e-mail address listed as your Facebook contact, and most likely it's an address you've never used.
Every week, there's a new Facebook thing to gripe about.
Christine Romans discusses Sheryl Sandberg and explains reports about Murdoch splitting News Corp. into two companies.
Following a period of freak-out on the Internet on Monday, Facebook appears to have pulled a controversial feature that let the social network's users get a digital list of other Facebookers nearby.
Facebook on Monday appeared to have quietly unveiled a new feature designed to let people see which Facebook users are nearby at any given time.
We've all done it. Your friend uploads a picture of their new puppy to Facebook, and you somehow manage to leave a comment congratulating them instead on their "new pappy."
If keeping track of friends was the first wave of social media, the next may be all about hooking up with strangers.
It's summer, and months after you made that vow to finally get fit, healthy and bikini-ready, you're actually going at it, sweating it up at the gym or jogging around your 'hood before work.
Facebook really wants to know what you look like.
Facebook will soon be using your Web browsing to help decide which advertisements you see.
German sports apparel maker Adidas has withdrawn its plans to sell a controversial sneaker featuring affixed rubber shackles after the company generated significant criticism when advertising the shoe on its Facebook page.
At WWDC 2012, Apple unveiled the next generation of iOS, its mobile operating system. iOS 6 sports more than 200 new features and upgrades ? including the new Apple Maps, deep Facebook integration and improvements to Siri.
Please read the following in the voice of the movie preview guy:
Make room, Apple, Google and Amazon. One more major Internet player now has an app store.
Ben Mezrich ("The Accidental Billionaires") talks about Facebook's potential lifting of its ban on pre-teen users
Will elementary and middle school students soon be able to put up their own Facebook pages? It looks like it.
Erin Burnett talks to a forensic psychiatrist about what's inside the mind of the alleged Canadian porn star killer.
Last week, we clued you in to all the annoying things that couples must cease doing on Facebook.
It must have been a valuable gas can.
Should young children be able to use Facebook?
Facebook releases a new camera app a month after buying Instagram for $1bn. Kristie Lu Stout compares the apps.
With all the Facebook news lately -- the flat IPO, the regulatory interest, the Chan-Zuckerberg wedding -- it's highly possibly you've forgotten all about Twitter.
When Apple CEO Tim Cook took the stage at the All Things Digital Conference Tuesday night, he wasn't just answering questions from Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher ? he was also dropping hints about the future of Apple's product roadmap.
The news last week was all about Facebook's dodgy IPO. Investors are filing suit against Facebook about withholding "negative" assessment on its business prospects. This IPO not only "Zucked up" Silicon Valley's supposed tech bubble, but it has created the suspicion that Facebook willfully exploited the innocence of the small investor.
On Monday, we paid homage to our fallen troops with bratwursts and kielbasa, and that means it's officially the season of picnics, boat shoes and strolls along the boardwalk, hand in hand.
It's one of the pivotal scenes in "The Social Network," a eureka moment that implied a parting of the clouds, a spotlight-like beam of sun and a soft chord of angel voices: "Eduardo, I'm not talking about a dating site," says a chiseled version of Mark Zuckerberg. "I'm talking about taking the entire social experience of college and putting it online."
Could our connected mobile devices hurt our ability to form personal relationships? Professor Sherry Turkle says yes.
A week after Facebook's bungled IPO comes fresh news to tantalize, or torment, the company's investors. The social-networking behemoth may be making a phone.
A week into Facebook's debut on the Nasdaq stock exchange, its initial offering price of $38 per share dropped to $31.91. Retail investors' fears deepened as they realize they are losing a lot of money.
Henry Blodget, Ron Geffner and Ali Velshi break down the problems around Facebook's stock debut.
Whatever the outcome of Facebook's public offering of stock, the social network has already enriched quite a few ? as well as famously offered many hundreds of millions of people a new virtual social world. Yet critics claim that Facebook is hastening the demise of privacy, which as the cliché goes, is already on life support.
Today's 30-somethings are the first generation whose children are coming of age alongside the social Web.
Facebook's IPO was all the rage Friday. Retail investors -- people like you, me and our neighbors -- flocked to the offering in hopes of returning to those glory days when a dramatic rise in stock price was a given.
U.S. stocks were headed for a modestly higher open Thursday, taking a cue from European markets as they rebounded from the downturn created by the Greek debt crisis.
After a staggering debut on Friday, Facebook's shares have tumbled for the most part. Is the most highly anticipated technology IPO in recent years a failure?
U.S. stocks face a tough road Wednesday as investors worry about Greece leaving the eurozone and a slowdown in Asian economies. Technology stocks may come under pressure after Dell reported weak sales, sending its shares plunging nearly 13% in premarket trading.
Do you know how long your cell phone company keeps records of whom you text, who calls you or what places you have traveled? Do you know how often cell phone companies turn over this information to the police and whether they first ask the police to get a warrant based on probable cause?
A Facebook page helps owners find photographs they lost in the Joplin tornado. CNN's Jim Spellman Reports.
A plunge in Facebook's stock didn't faze the broader U.S. market Monday. U.S. stocks bounced back from their worst week of the year on renewed optimism that European leaders would find a way out of the sovereign debt crisis.
Does the Web have room for one more social network? Microsoft thinks so.
Amid the buzz over the Facebook IPO, the ever-evolving theories about how Twitter is reshaping our communications and speculation about where the next social media-enabled protest or revolution will occur, there is an important question we've largely ignored. What are the real effects of all this on the huge segment of the population most affected by social media themselves: our children and our teens?
CNN's Ali Velshi explains how Facebook share prices could have been below IPO at the end of the first trading day.
Nasdaq OMX's chief executive admitted he was "embarrassed" by the delay in the opening trade of Facebook's initial public offering and revealed that the exchange was in talks with regulators over potentially millions of dollars of customer claims.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg announces his marriage to Priscilla Chan.
Now that Facebook is friends with Wall Street, this journalist is giving her timeline a rethink.
A look at the economic impact of the Facebook IPO, from taxes to the broader economy. CNN's Dan Simon reports.
A day after his social media company went public, Facebook co-founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg married his longtime girlfriend Priscilla Chan on Saturday.
Stocks closed out an ugly week. Despite initial euphoria surrounding the debut of Facebook on the public markets, the social network's shares barely popped above its offering price and failed to inspire investors to buy into the broader market.
Facebook is finally trading. And even though the stock didn't explode out of the gate, the company is still worth more than $100 billion. It shouldn't be.
A bad breakup: Nothing can be as emotionally tumultuous for a young heart.
It's no shock that people love to hate Facebook.
CNNMoney looks at the people who make up the biggest investors in Facebook.
CNN's Richard Quest takes a look at Facebook's growth from a dorm room project to multi-billion dollar IPO.
As the stock market opened Friday with a ring of the bell by Mark Zuckerberg, all eyes were on Facebook -- the social media Megalodon he nursed from a dorm-room project to one of Wall Street's hottest prospects ever.
U.S. stocks were poised for a higher open Friday as investor excitement over the Facebook initial public offering countered continued worries about the European sovereign debt crisis.
At some companies, the night before a multibillion-dollar stock offering might come with lavish parties and champagne.
CNN's Dan Simon talks to Wolf Blitzer about Facebok employees prepping for an all-night "hackathon" coding session.
Facebook. Facebook. Facebook. Facebook.
CNN's Erin Burnett talks to the woman at the center of Time magazine's breast-feeding cover story.
Flush with cash and drunk with power after its $100 billion IPO, Facebook could be caught secretly brainwashing millions of new users into signing up (mind-control hoodies, anyone?) -- and still I might not quit the world's largest social network.
CNN's Dan Simon looks at how Facebook manages to remain the undisputed social network leader.
Every post you "like." Every friend you add or fan page you join. Every place you check in, and every Web page you recommend.
Rachel Sklar, Henry Blodget and Christine Romans discuss the upcoming Facebook IPO and CEO Mark Zuckerberg's notorious hoodie.
General Motors said Tuesday that it will stop paid advertising on Facebook.
Nearly half of Americans believe that popular social-networking site Facebook is merely a passing fad, a new study suggests.
Facebook isn't exactly picking the best time to go public. But it looks like it probably won't matter.