In Lifting Violent-Video Ban, Facebook Seeks Its “Tahrir Square” Moment

The world’s largest social network wants to move more into the public sphere.

Who Will Join Prem Watsa’s Private Equity BlackBerry Buyout?

Not Silver Lake …

Toward a More Public Social Network: Facebook Rolls Out Embedded Posts

The battle for real-time rages on!

With New Mobile App, Nextdoor Unveils Its Take on the Neighborhood Watch

Radios and neighborhood patrols are so last year.

Content Gains Allow Demand Media to Beat Wall Street Expectations on Q1 Earnings and Revenue

Strong performance of media properties added to the results.

Jerry Yang Is Back (And Investing More Than Ever)

Frankly — and I would know — the Internet pioneer also seems better than ever.

Exclusive: SurveyMonkey Raises $800 Million in Debt and Equity for Tender Offer — Including New Investment From Google’s New Late-Stage Unit

Ruling out an IPO in the near future, it is one of the largest private equity raises for an Internet company.

Mayer’s 10X Challenge: Yahoo’s Homepage, Mail and Search Traffic Show Significant Year-Over-Year Declines

The reality of traffic falloffs on key properties is a vexing issue.

Should Mark Pincus Take Zynga Private?

Several options have been floated for what Zynga should do next already. But could it go private?

Nextdoor, the Private Social Network, Hooks Up With the City of San Jose

As the major California city adopts a start-up social network’s communication-system tools, NextdDoor’s path to expansion widens.

Yahoo Bored Meeting? Not This Time!