Over 11,000 employees are being sent home by Meta, Facebook's parent company, after a noted revenue decline in Q3.
There has been increasing pressure from shareholders to cut jobs and streamline operations in order to remain competitive.
The plan is to steadily reduce headcount growth over the next year, warns Mark Zuckerberg.
Trump insisted on Monday that he is the "rightful winner" of the 2020 election.
The deposition came as part of a lawsuit filed in a California court on behalf of Facebook users impacted by Meta's partnership with Cambridge Analytica.
The tightening at Meta comes in the backdrop of the massive drop in its advertising revenues in recent times.
A newly emerged TikTok video suggests that Mark Zuckerberg is an agent of the CIA and he oversees the CIA surveillance program.
Sandberg has said she is leaving Meta to embark on the next chapter in her life, adding that she will remain on the board of the company.
Meta's stock fell 26%, erasing more than $200 billion in the biggest ever single-day market value wipeout for a U.S. company.
Facebook reported 2.91 billion monthly active users in the fourth quarter, showing no growth compared with the previous quarte
The stores would be used to introduce people to devices made by the company's Reality Labs division.
Facebook shares closed 1.5 percent higher at $316.92 on Thursday, after Mark Zuckerberg made the announcement.
Former Facebook product manager-turned-whistleblower, Frances Haugen leaked a trove of internal company documents, which are now referred as 'Facebook Papers'.
Facebook is planning to rebrand itself with a new name as early as next week, reports said on Tuesday.
The outage reportedly is likely related to a DNS issue, which was experienced by Slack last week.
Zuckerberg was seen holding American flag as he rode electric surfboard.
"It's a missive from Mark Zuckerberg to me with an offer for a huge, huge amount of money, and the answer is "f*** you, no f***ing way,'" Waters said.
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The feud became public in 2014 when Cook criticized the business model that Facebook follows.
Though Facebook determined a Hindu religious extremist group in India should be banned from its platform, it did not, fearing the safety of its staff, says a report.
The infamous APT32, also known as OceanLotus, is allegedly backed by the Vietnam government and has been tracked to a local IT firm.