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The U.S. government says Standard & Poor's knowingly inflated its ratings on risky mortgage investments that helped trigger the 2008 financial crisis. The credit rating agency gave high marks to mortgage-backed securities because it wanted to earn
Stoyan Nenov/Reuters Only 12 percent of Facebook users said the site had become more important to them over the last year. Facebook is the most popular social network in America roughly two-thirds of adults in the country use it on a regular basis...
A new report says about 61 percent of Facebook users have taken a break from the site for at least a few weeks for reasons that range from being busy to getting bombarded with "too much drama." A Pew survey released Tuesday says that of American
Children with deadly congenital heart defects will now have a big chance to live a normal and healthy life through the Save the Little Hearts'' online campaign by the DM Healthcare Foundation. The campaign targets Facebook users who, by checking on
Many Facebook users received an email notice last night about a class action lawsuit against the company. This is the same email that went out to some Facebook users last week , but we wanted to mention it again in case there was any confusion. The
Todd / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette All those digital "likes" on Facebook could be the most unfriendly thing your virtual friends could do. A steady diet of Facebook kudos leads to a loss of discipline, weight gain and credit card debt, according to a
Facebook users in UAE up by over half a million in last 6 months; However, survey claims many would like to quit as well While the number of Facebook users has declined in the US and UK, in the UAE it has increased by more than half a million during
Facebook shared some data today on why game developers should publish their games on its social network and use its mobile platform. The move shows that Facebook is still wooing game developers to join its platform in the wake of increasing
Manchester Evening News to bar non-Facebook users from commenting Manchester news website defends decision that has angered readers, saying it is necessary to protect its journalists and promote more civilised debate The Manchester Evening News says
The United Kingdom has seen the biggest drop in Facebook users to a figure of 600,000, a 2.88 percent drop, according to data given by monitoring firm called SocialBakers. The problem may be because of confusion over the site's privacy policies and '