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FB Q4 2018 earnings saw mobile contribute 93% to ad rev

Last year saw Mark Zuckerberg-led social media giant Facebook entangled in a number of controversies, especially its privacy policies with the biggest being the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Despite all the negative press throughout the year, the FAANG company has reported strong financial gain in...

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Facebook ties up with Business Standard as part of subscription programme

MUMBAI: American social media giant Facebook has tied up with Business Standard as part of its subscription programme. Facebook on Friday announced that it had added a total of 28 such partners globally, Business Standard being the only one from India. In November 2017, the Mark Zuckerberg-founded...

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Facebook to train 5 mn Indians by 2021 in digital skills

Facebook in India is planning to train five million people with digital skills in three years, to help small businesses reach the global economy, according to ET telecom.

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Instagram co-founders resign from Facebook

There's trouble brewing at the Facebook group. Mike Krieger and Kevin Systrom, the co-founders of the photo-sharing app Instagram which was acquired by the social media site in 2012, have decided to leave the company.

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Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook boss, loses $16.8 bn in just 2 hours

After a trembling quarter which was full of controversies regarding data security

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