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Facebook says its new Portal device is not a ‘data-gathering operation’ despite previously acknowledging it might use your call info to ta...

Facebook's consumer-hardware boss, Andrew Bosworth, said Portal was not a 'data-gathering operation.'
Andrew Bosworth sent an infamous 2016 memo, titled "The Ugly."

Facebook wishes it could ‘hit delete’ on the notorious Andrew Bosworth memo justifying growth at all costs

Facebook executive Niamh Sweeney told lawmakers in Ireland that Facebook wishes it could 'hit delete' on an infamous memo sent by VP Andrew Bosworth. The memo was sent in 2016 and claimed that any growth on the platform is 'de facto good.'

Facebook employees are in disbelief that a bombshell memo justifying questionable practices to grow at all costs was leaked — and some think spi...

An explosive leaked memo detailing Facebook's cutthroat growth mentality was published by BuzzFeed — and now some employees' reactions have leaked to The Verge.

Facebook is putting a top exec in charge of all hardware and readying an ‘Aloha’ video chat device

Facebook has tapped a veteran exec to lead all of its consumer hardware, including Oculus and Building 8, which will ship the "Aloha" video chat device.

‘Boz’, the man behind Facebook News Feed, explains the importance of launching new products with a ‘degree of humility’

Andrew Bosworth also joked that Facebook has a "long tradition at Facebook of people going on vacation right after product launches."

Facebook is giving businesses another reason to abandon websites

The company is opening up Canvas to any business with a Page, Facebook ad chief Andrew "Boz" Bosworth tells Business Insider.

Mark Zuckerberg is taking 2 months off to be with his newborn — here’s why Facebook employees say his decision is so important

Facebook is now, more than ever, a shining example for how to create employee policies that work.

Facebook’s ad boss half-apologizes to advertisers

Facebook asked businesses to buy likes. Now a top ad exec wishes it could change that initial pitch.