Keller @ Large: Zuckerberg's Spin Didn't Inspire ConfidenceFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was all over the media on Wednesday trying to save face after a major data breach affecting millions of users.
Keller @ Large: Is It Time To Unfriend Facebook?Jon Keller says the integrity of Facebook is in question as Mark Zuckerberg addresses the latest scandal.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Breaks Silence, Admits 'Breach Of Trust'Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg released a statement breaking his silence about Cambridge Analytica and users' personal data.
Keller @ Large: You Should Care About Facebook’s Data Privacy ScandalThe stock market's confidence in Facebook is shaken and Jon says yours should be too.
Here's How To Stop Facebook From Sharing Your DataThe Federal Trade Commission is reportedly investigating whether Facebook violated a 2011 agreement to protect its users' privacy.
Spring Training Report: Arrieta Finally Signs, MLB Signs Broadcast Deal With FacebookThe free agent pitcher finally gets a deal done and the league adds a new broadcast partner.
Facebook To Stream 25 Major League Baseball GamesFacebook has signed a deal with Major League Baseball to air 25 afternoon games in an exclusive deal.
Teen Battling Leukemia Asks For Fire Department ShirtsAn aspiring firefighter wants to wear a different fire company t-shirt every day while he’s in the hospital battling leukemia.
Dad Makes 'Bully' Son Run To School As Punishment In Viral VideoThe father's Facebook Live video has reportedly been viewed more than 1.6 million times.
Wayland Firefighters Help Save Choking Michigan Boy After Facebook Mix-UpFirefighters in Wayland, Massachusetts received a frantic Facebook message from a woman in Wayland, Michigan whose son was choking.
6th Grader Gives Ice Cream Money To Help Teacher Pay For FuneralThe 6th-grader's gift has already been shared on Facebook over 231,000 times and received 534,000 likes since being posted on Feb. 20.
Keller @ Large: Top Ad Agency Tells Facebook, Google To Clean Up Their ActUnilever has made an offer Facebook and Google can't refuse: clean up your platforms or kiss our ad dollars goodbye.