WSJ looks at Facebook’s 9th birthday
In less than 10 years, Facebook went public, was mythologized by Aaron Sorkin and hit one billion users. On the company’s 9th birthday, Spencer Ante discusses what’s next for Facebook.
Mark Zuckerberg moves fast, and he isn’t afraid to break things. Never mind making money on mobile, a year ago Facebook didn’t even have a decent mobile app. How did Facebook become a profitable mobile company? Rolfe Winkler explains.
Facebook’s “Graph Search” is slowly rolling out to more Facebook users, giving them the ability to search deeper through Facebook content. What does this mean for user privacy? Matt Lynley reports on Facebook.