By Shai Genish On Thursday, May 11th, 2017

Snapchat Co-Founders Spiegel and Murphy Lost Over $1 Billion Each

  CEO Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy Snap Inc. co-founders lost more than $1 billion each after Shares fell 25 percent to a low of $17.12 Wednesday, Bloomberg reports. Snap Inc. reported earnings for first-quarter More...

Sheryl Sandberg on paid family leave
By Lilach Weissman On Wednesday, February 8th, 2017

Sheryl Sandberg Promises Facebook Employees Paid Family Leave

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg has promised that the company will now offer six weeks of paid family leave to its employees if they should need to care for a sick loved one. Sheryl Sandberg made the announcement More...

By Daniel Perez On Monday, February 6th, 2017

Hundreds of Jewish Professionals Make New Business Connections… At Queens Synagogue

Jewish Business Development Networking Under normal circumstances, synagogue visitors are encouraged to leave thoughts of business at the door. Things were different, however, on Wednesday, February 1, when under More...

By Jewish Business News Correspondent On Wednesday, January 11th, 2017

Instagram Stories Is Adding Ads — Bummer!

Instagram Stories will now come with advertising. The social media service which is owned by Facebook is doing so because of the ever increasing need to monetize its product. Whether you prefer Twitter or Instagram, More...

By Lilach Weissman On Saturday, January 7th, 2017

Facebook Hires Campbell Brown Former CNN Anchor to Head Its News

Campbell Brown has been hired by Facebook to run its new news service. She was once an Anchor on CNN. The hire is related to Facebook’s new efforts to fight against the proliferation of fake news stories. More...

By Gil Tanenbaum On Tuesday, January 3rd, 2017

Facebook Censors Nude Statues Now

Once again the Facebook censors have blown it. They removed a picture of a famous Italian statue of Neptune from Elisa Barbari’s page because it was nude. And this statue has stood for centuries in a public More...

By News Brief On Wednesday, December 28th, 2016

Germany Considers Fining FACEBOOK $522, 000 Per Fake News Item

  Germany is considering imposing a legal regime that would allow fining social media such as Facebook up to $522, 000 for each day the social networks leaves a FAKE NEWS story up without deleting it, according More...

By Jewish Business News Correspondent On Tuesday, December 20th, 2016

Facebook Accused of Misleading EU Regulators in WhatsApp Takeover

Facebook has been charged by The European commission for giving what it describes as misleading information when the company bought WhatsApp. This year just keeps on getting worse for Mark Zuckerberg so lucky for More...

By Gil Tanenbaum On Tuesday, December 20th, 2016

Fake News Facebook Fines in Germany? The Country Is Considering Just That

  Fake News on Facebook might now come with financial consequences. The German government is considering a new law which would fine social media companies for allowing fake news stories to proliferate. Wait! More...

By Gil Tanenbaum On Friday, December 16th, 2016

Facebook Messenger Launches New Camera

Facebook is launching a new camera as part of its Messenger app. The company boasts that the new camera will do away with the need for a keyboard. It also states that over 2.5 billion emojis, photos, stickers More...


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