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Nasdaq to pay US$40m for Facebook fumble
Clients to be compensated for IPO problems; will it be enough?
Facebook trialling parental controls for under-13s
Social networking site looking to offer special accounts for 'tween' users.
Facebook to launch browser, smartphone: rumour
Separate reports hint at potential post-IPO projects.
Shareholders sue Facebook
Angry investors take aim at social network bosses, as well as chief underwriters, Morgan Stanley.
App of the Week: Facebook Pages app
An app to help you manage your Facebook pages straight from your iPhone.
Facebook shares falter for second straight day
Finger-pointing begins as extent of slide becomes clear.
Mark Zuckerberg dons tie for surprise wedding
He wouldn’t do it for Wall Street, but the Facebook founder scrubbed up to marry his girlfriend of nine years.
Five tips to make your Facebook page work for you
Simple tips to help rock your Facebook fan page.
Facebook launches 'pages manager' for iPhone
New app helps businesses and organisations with heavy traffic or multiple pages keep on top of their presence on the social network.
Facebook ads don’t work: General Motors
Massive auto maker decides brand pages are sufficient, drops $10 million spend.
Hoodie hoopla: will fashion hurt the Facebook IPO?
Mark Zuckerberg has been pitching to Wall Street all this week, but one analyst's comments about his attire have attracted all the attention.
Mojo Mathers campaign takes off online
Deaf MP’s supporters express frustration via petition website.
Investors to Facebook: more women, please
Social networking giant criticised for all-male board ahead of historic IPO.
A guide to facebook’s timeline
By now you’ve probably been forced to get accustomed to Facebook’s new format – Timeline. Some people love it, some people hate it, and a lot of people still just don’t understand it!
UK juror jailed for researching defendant online
University lecturer found guilty of contempt of court faces six months in prison.
Facebook on the hunt for new ANZ boss
Recruitment drive begins as regional vice president announces departure after six years with the company.
2012: the year of 1 billion Facebook users
Growth in India and Brazil will drive member numbers to 10 digits by August: study.
Is Facebook the new Neighbourhood Watch?
Videos of crimes used to help catch thieves, but would it be better to just call the police?
Apple's social media policies revealed
Guidelines published as UK tribunal refuses to give sacked employee his job back.
Apple’s social media policies
With many businesses now enacting social media policies, it should come as no surprise that the fiercely protective Apple has its own set of guidelines, and enforces them with extreme prejudice.
The idea for this month’s blog came to me when I logged on to Facebook and noticed various people (friends of friends, but not people who I myself am friends with) commenting and "liking" photos I had uploaded.
Facebook to go public this autumn?
Rumours hint at IPO between April and June 2012.
What happened to Facebook Timeline?
It’s been almost two months since Mark Zuckerberg unveiled the big new feature – so where is it?
Remembering Steve Jobs
Industry heavyweights pay tribute to Apple founder.