The CEO denied an ex-manager's remarks — based on Facebook’s own research — that the company puts “profits before people,” saying this was “just not true.”
“Ow. Ow. Ow. That must hurt,” said the host of “The Late Show."
Harsh complaints from a company employee are expected to be aired on "60 Minutes," according to an internal memo obtained by The New York Times.
"Well, they should be looking at that," the former president said at the Georgia rally.
The effort, called Project Amplify, would be a dramatic shift in policy for the social media giant, which had taken to apologizing publicly for any untoward content.
People on Twitter hilariously dragged Mark Zuckerberg's new “metaverse” offering — a virtual reality remote work app.
The Facebook founder's clip involves a hydrofoil surfboard, the American flag and John Denver.
Facebook’s Oversight Board is upholding the suspension of former President Donald Trump from the platform for inciting the Jan. 6 Capitol riot … but there’s a catch.
And it's very, very weird.
Rep. Mike Doyle accused Facebook of "picking engagement and profit over the health and safety of your users, our nation, and our democracy."