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Facebook employees revolt after executive appears at Kavanaugh hearing

Facebook is once again facing uncomfortable questions from employees about the actions of one of its executives. This time it's Joel Kaplan, the company's VP of global public policy, who last week attended Brett Kavanaugh's Senate hearing. Kaplan's
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Sheryl Sandberg shares why she embraces embarrassment at work

Sometimes embarrassing moments can lead to incredible successes. Facebook's Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg knows this first hand and encourages trial and error. This editorial series is created by Mashable & Masters of Scale and
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Instagram expands shopping features to take on Amazon

Shopping on Instagram is about to become an even bigger business.  The company just announced two important updates to its growing e-commerce business: shoppable ads in Stories, which it first started began testing in June, will launch globally
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My 4 Best Takeaways From the Annual SHRM Conference

Since the close of the SHRM 2018 Annual Conference and Exposition last month, I’ve been reflecting on the experience. I was proud to represent my team, as well as the HR industry, at SHRM18. Full disclosure: my SPHR and my...
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Facebook seems to have a new favorite word: Transparency

In the midst of Facebook's biggest public relations crisis ever, the social media behemoth wants everyone to know that it's going to start taking transparency very, very seriously. That new commitment, the company explained, starts with changing its
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How to Change a Selfish Person's Stripes

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Mark Zuckerberg hints at a paid version of Facebook

Among the "Yes, Senators" and "No, Senators" in Mark Zuckerberg's congressional testimony, the Facebook CEO may have dropped a breadcrumb about a big change for his company: a paid version of Facebook.  Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) grilled Mark
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Sheryl Sandberg desperately tries to soften Facebook’s image before Congressional hearings

Sheryl Sandberg has been on a big media tour ahead of her boss's first-time appearance in Congress next week. She's interviewed with digital media outlets, television networks, and radio shows, and she's spoken many words. SEE ALSO: Facebook's