Facebook wants to diversify its board of directors, according to a recent rumor. The company is looking to add at least one woman, but won't be announcing any additions until after it goes public.
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The Marine Corps has decided to dismiss Gary Stein, a marine who criticized U.S. President Obama on Facebook. Stein and his lawyers plan to fight back, but they don't have high hopes.
The number of apps is growing at a ridiculous rate. What does this mean for the number of app-related jobs? It's also growing, although the number is much harder to quantify.
Facebook has teamed up with the US Department of Labor, NACE, DE, and NASWA to help reduce the national unemployment rate.
Can you be fired for complaining about your job on Facebook? Can you be forced to rehire an employee you fired for complaining about their job on Facebook? It all depends on the context.
A mother beat her son with a computer cable when she found out he had a Facebook account. She was arrested and charged with aggravated child abuse.
Facebook is increasingly being used by job recruiters, according to a new report that suggests this is hurting job boards and LinkedIn.
MTV has posted a new episode of its MTV Diaries series that is pretty much a clever recruiting video for Facebook.
There's a fine line between friend and frenemy on Facebook, according to a new survey with 400 female respondents.
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama are using Facebook to promote their anti-bullying message in a video.