WHERE TO WATCH
Mark Zuckerberg's Years-Long Apology Tour
April 10, 2018
Updated 4mo ago
The Facebook CEO appeared before Congress for the first time Tuesday, issuing his most public apology yet for the Cambridge Analytica scandal. But it's not the first time he's had to say he's sorry.
Impossible Foods Gets Halal Certification for Meatless Burger on Path to 'Serve the World'
Nov 27, 2018
Facebook VP Admits Zuckerberg's Absence at International Hearing Is 'Not Great'
Richard Allan, Facebook's vice president of public policy for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, answered inquiries from representatives of nine countries, sitting next to an empty chair left open for Zuckerberg. Early on, Allan, who is a former member of the British Parliament, admitted that the chief executive's absence was "not great."
Dec 4, 2018
Reddit Co-Founder Says Facebook's Future is WhatsApp and Instagram
Instagram and WhatsApp are reasons to believe in the future of Facebook as social media trends toward community-based social platforms that reflect users' specific interests, Reddit co-founder, investor, and 21st century renaissance man Alexis Ohanian told Cheddar on Tuesday.
Nov 20, 2018
The Worst Yet to Come for Facebook Stock?
Facebook's stock is on its worst losing streak since going public. Jon Swartz, Senior Reporter at Barron's, joined Cheddar to discuss whether Facebook can bounce back despite intensifying political drama in Washington, D.C.