1. Facebook irks users with e-mail switch

    The social network changed contact information on profile pages to display new facebook.com e-mail addresses, while hiding the other addresses users previously listed.

     
  2. Facebook engineers work from unofficial Boston office

    The company confirmed Thursday that a small number of Facebook employees now work out of a shared office space in Boston.

    (KAREN BLEIER/AFP/GETTYIMAGES/FILE)

     
  3. Facebook executive talks careers to Harvard grads

    - Sheryl Sandberg, the social network’s chief operating officer and a Harvard Business School alumna, delivered the school’s keynote address during its Class Day ceremonies.

     
  4. Facebook’s stock slides in 2d day of trading

    - After the social network’s stock fizzled on Friday in its long-awaited debut, its stock fell 11 percent on Monday, even as the rest of the stock market rallied.

     
  5. Facebook comes to Boston for IPO road show

    - Top executives from Facebook Inc. are expected to be in Boston on Tuesday to preview the company’s highly anticipated initial public offering.

    (EDUARDO MUNOZ/REUTERS)

     
  6. Instagram cofounder’s success story has Holliston roots

    - Chief executive Kevin Systrom, whose company was bought by Facebook for $1 billion, is suddenly one of Holliston’s wealthiest exports: worth $400 million.

     
  7. EDITORIAL

    Facebook: Be careful what you ask for

    - It’s an invasion of privacy that an increasing number of employers are demanding that employees or job applicants fork over their Facebook passwords.

     
  8. TECH LAB

    New services let users expand on their Facebook network

    - Tools and apps let users expand on their online networks by identifying shared interests, which helps them make new friends.

     
  9. The ghosts of Facebook still roam Harvard

    - Mark Zuckerberg has only been back to Cambridge for a few brief visits since he left in 2004, but his brief tenure at Harvard has had a surprisingly dramatic influence on the 375-year-old institution.

     
  10. EXCLUSIVE THURSDAY PREVIEW

    Fidelity, John Hancock stand to benefit from Facebook IPO

    - When Facebook shares go public, a number of Boston money managers could see big gains because they invested in the site while its stock was still private.

     
  11. Report: Facebook to file for IPO next week

    - The largest social networking site may file for its initial public offering on Feb. 1 and is considering a valuation of $75 billion to $100 billion, the Wall Street Journal reports.

     

  12. BERLIN - The European Commission is planning a legal change that may prompt Web companies like Google and Facebook to rethink the ways they store and process consumer data, raising the prospect of a trans-Atlantic privacy dispute.

     
  13. The almost match: Facebook and Boston

    - If Facebook cofounder Mark Zuckerberg had to do it over, he might have kept his online social network, which today has more than 800 million users, in Boston.

     
  14. TECH LAB: Social one-upmanship

    - Privacy may be trump card in high-stakes Facebook, Google+ fight.

     
  15. Facebook redesigns profiles, adds ‘timeline’

    - Facebook is dramatically redesigning its users’ profile pages to create what CEO Mark Zuckerberg says is a “new way to express who you are.”