The Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal has highlighted the lack of privacy protections in the US. Thanks to the lack of privacy protections, US companies can generally collect whatever information they want on consumers and do with...Show More Summary
The president and the porn star sounds like a twisted variant on a fairy tale, or one of those Hollywood rom-coms, or maybe something from the oeuvre of Stephanie Clifford. Clifford, better known by her stage name, Stormy Daniels, is associated with such works as “Sex Door Neighbors,” “Lust on...
Barclays analyst Ross Sandler's mini case study shows Facebook will likely rebound soon. Shares tumbled more than 9% Monday and Tuesday, making for their worst two-day stretch in over five years. Unless the data breach that caused the...Show More Summary
A one-time high-end hooker involved in an NYPD corruption scandal is expected to testify that a de Blasio donor “watched and directed” her.
From hits ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ and ‘Scandal’ to the misses you forgot about (‘Off the Map,’ anyone?), a look back on how Shonda Rhimes changed ABC.
Slovak President Andrej Kiska on Wednesday approved a new cabinet after the last prime minister quit in a scandal over the murder of a journalist. "I have decided that tomorrow I will appoint Mr (Peter) Pellegrini to the position ofShow More Summary
Facebook shareholder Fan Yuan launched a lawsuit against the company over "false statements" that have led to major scandals a significant monetary damages for Facebook's investors.
Amid a data scandal this week, Mr. Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, and Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer, have been nowhere to be found in public.
FOX, HENHOUSE, ETC: Last month, holier-than thou Oxfam was embroiled in a scandal with staff accused of using charitable funds to buy prostitutes. Now the head of another British charity admitted five indecent and serious sexual assaults on a child under 16 and was sentenced to six years and eight months. Beware the pious.
German luxury carmaker Porsche on Wednesday said it would pay workers a special bonus of up to 9,656 euros ($11,800) each to celebrate a record year, even as the industry grapples with a series of scandals.
The Hill reports: Rep. David Cicilline (D-R.I.) is calling for Mark Zuckerberg to testify before the House Judiciary Committee on reports that a political research firm connected to President Trump’s 2016 campaign improperly accessed data for 50 million Facebook users. Show More Summary
The head of the Vatican's communications department resigned Wednesday in a scandal about a letter from retired Pope Benedict XVI that he mischaracterized, then had digitally manipulated in a photo sent to the media. Pope Francis accepted the resignation of Monsignor Dario Vigano on Wednesday and named his deputy, Monsignor...
The Cambridge Analytica scandal is roiling the tech and political worlds. But in politics, many have said the company over-promised and under-delivered. "As a data company that promised that extra secret sauce data was going to be a breakthrough, they didn't really provide that," one campaign operative told Business Insider. As Sen. Show More Summary
In the midst of a growing scandal, #DeleteFacebook continues trending on Twitter. On Tuesday night, former Facebook executive and WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton added fuel to the already roaring fire. "It is time. #deletefacebook" he...Show More Summary
“We sincerely hope they change their policies around these issues”
People are when Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will finally speak publicly about the Cambridge Analytica scandal, D.A. Davidson analyst Rishi Jaluria initiates coverage of DropBox with a Buy in advance of its IPO later this week, Salesforce's...Show More Summary
The university academic, the chief executive who boasted about dirty tricks and US political strategist Steve Bannon—here are the key figures involved in Cambridge Analytica, the British firm at the heart of a Facebook data scandal:
‘You can’t be the head of Vatican communications after such a fiasco,’ said one commentator.
There's been mounting pressure on the social networking company's CEO to speak up.
The Nordic region's largest bank Nordea said Wednesday it would not allow its investment funds to buy stocks in Facebook after the social media giant was ensnarled in a major data scandal.