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Some key developments in the eight years since Facebook Inc.'s creation:
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and other executives addressed about 200 prospective investors Friday at a hotel luncheon in Silicon Valley.
Some key developments in the eight years since Facebook's creation:
Facebook, the company that turned the social Web into a cultural and business phenomenon, is worth as much as $95 billion, according to the price range for its upcoming initial public offering of stock.
Israeli President Shimon Peres plans to visit Facebook headquarters Tuesday in what he describes as an effort to use social networking to mend divides governments have been unable to bridge.
Israeli President Shimon Peres on Tuesday visited Facebook's Northern California headquarters, where he blasted the Iranian government and said the social networking site is a way for people to bypass failed efforts of governments to seek peace.
Israeli President Shimon Peres on Tuesday visited Facebook's California headquarters, where he described the social networking service as a way for people to bypass the failed efforts of governments and seek peace across national boundaries on their own.
General Electric Co. plans to hire 5,000 veterans over the next five years and invest $580 million to expand its aviation business.
Facebook's top executives, including CEO Mark Zuckerberg, are eligible for twice-a-year bonuses of up to 45 percent of their base salaries and other earnings, according to a Wednesday regulatory filing.