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.


  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.


  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.


    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.


    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.


    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.”