Pics


Posts filtered by tags: Wall Street Journal[x]


 

Elon Musk and Grimes have broken up after 3 years of dating

Theo Wargo/Getty Images for Huffington Post Elon Musk and Grimes have broken up after three years of dating. Musk told the NYPost that they are "semi-separated" but "are on great terms." The couple will continue to co-parent their 1-year-old son, X Æ A-Xii, Page Six reports. See more stories on Insider's business page. Elon Musk and Grimes have called it quits after three years together. The Tesla and SpaceX CEO told Page Six's Emily Smith and Mara Siegler on Friday that they are...
Tags: Spacex, Elon Musk, Texas, Celebrities, News, Instagram, Entertainment, Trends, Tesla, Vogue, Grimes, Wall Street Journal, Securities And Exchange Commission, Musk, EMILY SMITH, Page Six


Mark Zuckerberg reacts to a NYT report on Facebook promoting positive stories about itself by arguing that his surfboard isn't 'electric'

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images The New York Times reported that Facebook promoted positive stories about itself on users' news feeds. Mark Zuckerberg refuted a line in the report that said he rode an "electric surfboard" in a July video. Zuckerberg said the surfboard was not electric, and that he was pumping it with his legs. See more stories on Insider's business page. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reacted somewhat bizarrely to a report in The New York Tim...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, News, Instagram, US, Trends, Nick Clegg, New York Times, The Times, Osborne, Times, Wall Street Journal, Journal, Zuckerberg, Joe Osborne, Tech Insider


Mark Zuckerberg reacts to a NYT report about Facebook promoting positive stories about itself by arguing that his surfboard isn't 'electric'

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images The New York Times reported that Facebook promoted positive stories about itself on users' news feeds. Mark Zuckerberg refuted a line in the report that said he rode an "electric surfboard" in a July video. Zuckerberg said the surfboard was not electric, and that he was pumping it with his legs. See more stories on Insider's business page. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reacted somewhat bizarrely to a report in The New York Tim...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, News, Instagram, US, Trends, Nick Clegg, New York Times, The Times, Osborne, Times, Wall Street Journal, Journal, Zuckerberg, Joe Osborne, Tech Insider


Facebook fires back at damning Wall Street Journal reports that accuse the company of being 'riddled with flaws'

Olivier Douliery/AFP via Getty Images The Wall Street Journal published a series of reports finding Facebook to be "riddled with flaws." The series found the company turns a blind eye to its impact on everything from young girls using Instagram to human trafficking. Facebook just issued a statement calling the series full of "deliberate mischaracterizations." See more stories on Insider's business page. Facebook fired back at the Wall Street Journal following the newspaper's multi...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, News, Instagram, US, Trends, Tech, Bbc, Nick Clegg, The Wall Street Journal, Wall Street Journal, Journal, Misinformation, Afp, Clegg, Tech Insider


Facebook fires back at damning Wall Street Journal reports that found the company to be 'riddled with flaws'

Olivier Douliery/AFP via Getty Images The Wall Street Journal published a series of reports finding Facebook to be "riddled with flaws." The series found the company turns a blind eye to its impact on everything from young girls using Instagram to human trafficking. Facebook just issued a statement calling the series full of "deliberate mischaracterizations." See more stories on Insider's business page. Facebook fired back at the Wall Street Journal following the newspaper's multi...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, News, Instagram, US, Trends, Tech, Bbc, Nick Clegg, The Wall Street Journal, Wall Street Journal, Journal, Misinformation, Afp, Clegg, Tech Insider


Facebook slams Wall Street Journal reports as ‘deliberate mischaracterisations’

The company’s vice-president of global affairs said the paper had not presented the whole picture on the ‘difficult issues’Nick Clegg, Facebook’s vice-president of global affairs, has slammed the Wall Street Journal for reporting that the social media giant was aware of negative impacts of some of its products. Related: Teenage girls, body image and Instagram’s ‘perfect storm’ Continue reading...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Social Media, US news, Nick Clegg, Wall Street Journal, Clegg Facebook


Surprise surprise: Facebook is ignoring Instagram’s harmful impact on teens

Facebook officials had internal research in March 2020 showing that Instagram – the social media platform most used by adolescents – is harmful to teen girls’ body image and well-being but swept those findings under the rug to continue conducting business as usual, according to a Sept. 14, 2021, Wall Street Journal report. Facebook’s policy of pursuing profits regardless of documented harm has sparked comparisons to Big Tobacco, which knew in the 1950s that its products were carcinogenic but pub...
Tags: Startups, Facebook, Instagram, Social Media, Wall Street Journal, Insider, Big Tobacco, Next Featured


Facebook knows Instagram harms teens. Now, its plan to open the app to kids looks worse than ever

Facebook is in the hot seat again. The Wall Street Journal published a powerful multi-part series on the company this week, drawing from internal documents on everything from the company’s secretive practice of whitelisting celebrities to its knowledge that Instagram is taking a serious toll on the mental health of teen girls. The flurry of investigative pieces makes it clear that what Facebook says in public doesn’t always reflect the company’s knowledge on known issues behind the scenes. The r...
Tags: Social, TC, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Teens, Senate, Elizabeth Warren, Social Media, Tech, Mental Health, The Wall Street Journal, Wall Street Journal, Blackburn, WSJ, Data Security


Facebook spent the equivalent of 319 years labeling or removing false and misleading content posted in the US in 2020

Rafael Henrique/SOPA Images/LightRocket/Getty Images Facebook spent 2.8 million hours, or approximately 319 years, looking for false or misleading information on its platforms in the US in 2020. Some content that was missed included gang violence, human trafficking, and drug cartels, according to the Wall Street Journal. Some groups that promote hate or violence use fake Facebook and Instagram accounts and Messenger to recruit users. See more stories on Insider's business page. Facebo...
Tags: Facebook, News, Instagram, Sex Trafficking, US, Trends, Gang, Violence, Wall Street Journal, Fake, Journal, Misinformation, Online Abuse, Misleading, Tech Insider, Fake Accounts


Lawmakers are going after Facebook's development of Instagram for kids, after a report showed it knew the social media app is toxic for teen girls

Lawmakers are coming after Facebook for its Instagram for Kids project after a bombshell report from the Wall Street Journal. SOPA Images/Getty Images Both Republican and Democratic lawmakers are calling on Facebook to stop making Instagram for Kids. They're incensed by an investigation that showed Facebook knew Instagram usage is harming teenage girls. Instagram for Kids has received backlash from parents, child safety groups, and lawmakers since it was revealed in March. See more sto...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Trends, Wall Street Journal, Blackburn, Newton, WSJ, Zuckerberg, Democratic, Richard Blumenthal, Blumenthal, Markey, Sen Edward Markey, Kathy Castor, Lori Trahan


Congress Will Investigate Claims That Instagram Harms Teens

Two top lawmakers on the Senate Commerce Committee's panel over consumer protection said they were launching a probe into Facebook after The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday that the company was aware of the harm Instagram can cause to teenage girls. The Verge reports: Sens. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) and Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) announced their investigation into Facebook in a statement released Tuesday. The senators said that they were in touch with "a Facebook whistleblower" and would seek ...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Tech, House, Wall Street Journal, Journal, Federal Trade Commission, House Judiciary Committee, Senate Commerce Committee, Marsha Blackburn R TN, Sens Richard Blumenthal, Ken Buck R CO, Big Tobacco Facebook, Sen Ed Markey D MA Rep Kathy Castor D FL, Lori Trahan D MA


The FDA should regulate Instagram’s algorithm as a drug

Daniel Liss Contributor Share on Twitter Daniel Liss is the founder and CEO of Dispo, the digital disposable camera social network. More posts by this contributor Move fast and break Facebook: A bull case for antitrust enforcement Today’s real story: The Facebook monopoly The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday reported Silicon Valley’s worst-kept secret: Instagram harms teens’ mental health; in fact...
Tags: Health, Social, Facebook, Column, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Congress, Opinion, Government, Social Media, Tech, Joe Biden, Policy, Food And Drug Administration, Silicon Valley, Fda


Lawmakers demand answers from Zuckerberg after investigation finds Instagram is toxic for teen girls

The questions follow a Wall Street Journal report about internal research at Facebook on the impact of Instagram on teens.
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Wall Street Journal, Zuckerberg


Instagram says it's working on body image issue after report details 'toxic' effect on teen girls

Instagram says it's looking at new ways to discourage users from focusing on their physical appearance after The Wall Street Journal revealed that Facebook researchers have repeatedly found that the photo-sharing platform is toxic for teen girls.
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Cnn, Wall Street Journal


Facebook's Own Research Shows Instagram Is Harmful To Teens, Report Says

In studies conducted over the past three years, Facebook researchers have found that Instagram is "harmful for a sizable percentage" of young users, particularly teenage girls, reported The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday. CNET reports: Research presented in 2019 reportedly found that Instagram makes body image issue worse for one in three teen girls. Teens also said Instagram increased rates of anxiety and depression, reported the Journal, citing internal company documents. On Tuesday, Instagram...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Tech, Wall Street Journal, Journal, Newton, Cnet, Karina Newton


TikTok expands mental health resources, as negative reports of Instagram’s effect on teens leak

TikTok announced this morning that it is implementing new tactics to educate its users about the negative mental health impacts of social media. As part of these changes, TikTok is rolling out a “well-being guide” in its Safety Center, a brief primer on eating disorders, expanded search interventions, and opt-in viewing screens on potentially triggering searches. Developed in collaboration with International Association for Suicide Prevention, Crisis Text Line, Live For Tomorrow, Samaritans of ...
Tags: Social, Mobile, Facebook, Apps, Instagram, Singapore, Social Media, Tech, Mental Health, Wall Street Journal, Johns Hopkins Hospital, International Association, National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, Safety Center, Tiktok, Samaritans UK


Facebook knows Instagram is bad for teenagers' mental health

AP Photo/Jessica Hill Instagram makes teen girls feel worse about themselves, Facebook internal researchers reportedly found. Those findings were consistent across the past several years, the Wall Street Journal reported. Some teens using Instagram said using the service directly led to suicidal thoughts. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Facebook's internal research shows that teen users' mental health is negatively impacted by using the company's photo-...
Tags: Facebook, News, Instagram, Teens, Trends, Social Media, Research, Data, Mental Health, Wall Street Journal, WSJ, Vishal Shah, Ben Gilbert, Tech Insider, Community Product Group, AP Photo Jessica Hill Instagram


Spotify airs Joe Rogan podcast touting ivermectin as part of his COVID-19 treatment, despite the FDA calling it 'dangerous'

Spotify aired Joe Rogan's recent podcast episode where he defended his use of ivermectin to treat COVID-19. Vivian Zink/Syfy/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images Spotify aired Joe Rogan's recent podcast touting ivermectin as part of his COVID-19 recovery. The FDA and CDC have issued warnings against using the antiparasitic drug to treat COVID-19. Rogan has a history of making explosive comments on his podcast. See more stories on Insider's business page. Spotify aired ...
Tags: Spotify, Science, Media, Instagram, Cdc, Trends, Cnn, New York Times, Fda, Ufc, Kardashian, Wall Street Journal, Caitlyn Jenner, Matt Flegenheimer, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC, Joe Rogan


The rise and fall of Elizabeth Holmes, the Theranos founder who is now on trial for fraud

Elizabeth Holmes leaves after a hearing at a federal court in San Jose, California, on July 17, 2019. Reuters/Stephen Lam Elizabeth Holmes dropped out of Stanford at 19 to start Theranos, and grew its value to $9 billion. Later, technology flaws were exposed, and Theranos and Holmes were charged with "massive fraud." Jury selection for Holmes' fraud trial began Tuesday. She could face up to 20 years in prison. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. In 2014, blood-test...
Tags: Apple, Startups, Hbo, New York, Science, Instagram, Abc, California, Steve Jobs, Washington, Cbs News, Finance, Stanford, China, Singapore, US


China Roundup: What’s going on with China’s data security clampdown?

Hello and welcome back to TechCrunch’s China Roundup, a digest of recent events shaping the Chinese tech landscape and what they mean to people in the rest of the world. A tectonic shift is underway in how Beijing regulates and accesses the troves of citizen data collected by its tech giants. More details of China’s new cybersecurity rules have recently come to light as Didi, the SoftBank-backed ride-sharing dominator in China, became the target of the Chinese government’s latest effort to heigh...
Tags: Apple, Google, TC, Facebook, Asia, Hong Kong, New York, Instagram, China, Softbank, Tech, Tesla, Beijing, Alibaba, Tencent, The Wall Street Journal


The Stories That Hold Us Back with Jon Acuff

Your thoughts aren’t something you have, they’re something you hone. It’s a double-edged sword; optimistic, enthusiastic thinking compounds over time to create amazing things, while a multitude of mental woes can dampen our willingness to go bigger. Jon Acuff, author of Soundtracks: the surprising solution to overthinking and one of my favorite speakers, is on the podcast to give us a lesson on how to address negative, repetitive thoughts to steer us towards our goals and dreams rather than away...
Tags: Photography, Podcast, Trauma, New York Times, Mindset, Wall Street Journal, Jon, Jon Acuff, Writers Block, chasejarvisLIVE, Kindess, Overthinking, Stories We Tell Ourselves, INC Magazine Top


Trump Spawned a New Group of Mega-Donors Who Now Hold Sway Over the GOP’s Future

This story first appeared at ProPublica on May 6. ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. Wesley Barnett was just as surprised as anyone to learn from news reports that the Jan. 6 Trump rally that turned into a violent assault on the U.S. Capitol was funded by Julia Jenkins Fancelli, an heiress to the fortune of the popular Publix supermarket chain. But Barnett had extra cause for be...
Tags: Facebook, Florida, New York, News, Instagram, California, Washington Post, Montana, Washington, White House, China, Russia, Alabama, America, Spain, European Union


Meghan and Harry sign deal with P&G, Microsoft is Cannes Creative Marketer of the Year: Wednesday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters. P&G’s Royal deal Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Archewell Foundation has signed a “multi-year” partnership with Procter & Gamble, in the latest big commercial tie-up for the royal couple. According to a ...
Tags: Apple, New York, London, Instagram, Microsoft, Youtube, Advertising, America, Harry, National Football League, Wall Street Journal, United, Hall, Redskins, Cannes, United Airlines


The rise, fall, and comeback of Victoria's Secret, America's biggest lingerie retailer

Model Tyra Banks the Victoria's Secret fashion show Wednesday, Feb. 3, 1999 in New York. AP Photo/Mark Lennihan Victoria's Secret is the largest lingerie retailer in the US and has been for several decades. It achieved explosive success in the late 1990s and 2000s but has struggled in more recent years and been accused of losing relevance. Here's the story of the rise, fall, and subsequent comeback of the brand. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. You...
Tags: England, New York, Instagram, Australia, New York City, Time, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Ap, Canada, Vogue, Victoria, Terry Gilliam, Pink, New York Stock Exchange


Inside the turbulent personal life of Elon Musk, who's been divorced three times, dated Hollywood stars, and now has a 1-year-old baby with musician Grimes

Grimes, left, and Elon Musk attend the Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in May 2018. Charles Sykes/AP Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has had a headline-grabbing personal life over the years. He has five sons from his first marriage and has been divorced three times. These days, Musk is dating the musician Grimes - the couple had a baby together last spring. See more stories on Insider's business page. In 2010, Elon Musk said he would "rather stick a fork in my ...
Tags: Transportation, Family, Spacex, Elon Musk, Hollywood, Texas, Families, Marriage, Instagram, California, Relationships, Time, Los Angeles, Trends, Tech, Tesla


The rise and fall of Victoria's Secret, America's biggest lingerie retailer

Model Tyra Banks the Victoria's Secret fashion show Wednesday, Feb. 3, 1999 in New York. AP Photo/Mark Lennihan Victoria's Secret is the largest lingerie retailer in the US and has been for several decades. It achieved explosive success in the late 1990s and 2000s but has struggled in more recent years and been accused of losing relevance. Here's the story of the rise, fall, and subsequent comeback of the brand. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. You...
Tags: England, New York, Instagram, Australia, New York City, Time, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Ap, Canada, Vogue, Victoria, Terry Gilliam, Pink, New York Stock Exchange


Mayday! Mayday! How to Build Trust in a Crisis

NOTHING reveals an organization’s limits more than a sudden crisis. And after 2020, we’ve all become more familiar with what that looks like. Crisis situations test what you have built — your culture, your relationships, your resilience. But at the root of all of these challenges is one capacity that means the difference between success and failure: trust. Trust is your most important asset amidst crisis and change. A team with high levels of trust will have the agility necessary to make decisi...
Tags: Facebook, Leadership, Instagram, Afghanistan, David, Department Of Homeland Security, Wall Street Journal, New York Yankees, Gen McChrystal, US Army Joint Special Operations Command, David Horsager MA, FedEx Toyota MIT


DoorDash, EA Sports, and Dollar Shave Club have dropped YouTube star David Dobrik after a rape allegation against a former member of his Vlog Squad

Hello everyone!Welcome to this weekly roundup of stories from Insider's Business co-Editor in Chief Matt Turner. Subscribe here to get this newsletter in your inbox every Sunday.What we're going over today:A woman featured on YouTube star David Dobrik's channel says she was raped by a Vlog Squad member in 2018. After Insider's reporting, Dobrik was dropped by brands like DoorDash, EA Sports, and Dollar Shave Club.Apollo's hard-driving culture is extreme even by Wall Street st...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Instagram, Jimmy Fallon, Advertising, Los Angeles, Trends, Peter Thiel, Retail, Goldman Sachs, Starbucks, Kevin Johnson, Tiger Global, Goldman, Aston Martin, Blackstone


NFL hands Amazon exclusive games, and Teen Vogue editor undone by teen rogue tweets: Friday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters.  Touchdown for Amazon Good morning! Amazon executives are sure having a good one—the giant for just about everything is about to gain a lot more football fans. On Wednesday, the National Football League announced new long-term deals with broadcasters like CBS, Fox, NBC, AB...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, New York, Instagram, Etsy, New York City, Advertising, NFL, Atlanta, Bloomberg, Canada, Delta, Ikea, Ace Hotel, Conde Nast, Starbucks


Bill Gates says Trump should probably be allowed back on Facebook, despite his 'corrosive' statements about the election

Microsoft cofounder and former CEO Bill Gates. Dursun Aydemir/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates said Trump should probably be allowed back on Facebook.  Gates told CNBC he expects Trump's accounts will be reinstated, possibly with warnings on his posts. Facebook's oversight board is currently deciding whether to allow Trump back on the platform. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Facebook should eventually lift its ban on former President Donal...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Microsoft, Cbs News, Trends, Bill Gates, Donald Trump, Wall Street Journal, Gates, Cnbc, Trump, Andrew Ross Sorkin, US Capitol, Tech Insider, Oversight Board



Filters
show more filters
July - 2021
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
   1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
262728293031 
August - 2021
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
      1
2345678
9101112131415
16171819202122
23242526272829
3031     
September - 2021
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
  12345
6789101112
13141516171819
20212223242526
27282930