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Revenue jumped 63% to $2.59 billion in the fourth quarter, beating analysts’ expectation

A Facebook logo made up from pictures of users. TIME has developed a tool that estimates how many days you have wasted on the site

Depressing Facebook tool calculates how many days of your life you have wasted on the site

Gives you the option to ‘brag’ about your tally to friends – via Facebook of course

Facebook nabs Twitter's 'Trending' feature

Latest move looks to enhance its presence in the real-time new game

Facebook to enter the online newspaper market with Flipboard competitor named 'Paper'

Product release rumoured to launch by the end of January would aggregate news stories and 'hearken back to a time before digital devices'

Family focus: Mark Zuckerberg

The rules on Facebook etiquette for parents, children and siblings

How do you keep familial relations sweet on social media?

Google, Facebook and Twitter among top tech firms calling for sweeping reforms to US surveillance

The group, including Microsoft, Google and Apple, say that the balance has tipped "in favour of the state and away from the rights of the individual"

Revealed: Facebook pays no tax on £223m of its UK revenues

Facebook paid no corporation tax in Britain last year despite generating an estimated £223 million in revenues, The Independent's sister paper the Evening Standard has revealed.

Find yourself amongst the 1.26bn Facebook users on one webpage

'The Faces of Facebook' also lists users by chronological order, and guess who's number one...

Facebook maps 1.11 billion friendships to show off social network's global reach

Founder and CEO Mark Zuckberg shared the image on his personal Facebook page

Marissa Mayer and Mark Zuckerberg respond to critics over NSA compliance

Mayer stressed that Yahoo had no choice in complying with government requests; Zuckerberg says: "The government blew it"

Facebook: Mark Zuckerberg's hunt for five billion new friends

Facebook founder’s audacious bid to put the entire planet online

Mark Zuckberg's Facebook page hacked to highlight flaw

Programmer tried to alert Facebook to the bug but was ignored and so took more direct action

Business week in review

In profit...

Has Facebook at last found a way to make money?

Mobile advertising finally gives investors something to like
Facebook's quarterly results reveal huge surge in advertising revenues

Facebook shares soar as advertising is made to pay

Ad sales over £1bn in quarter for first time as overall revenues up more than 53%

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