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Facebook is reportedly perusing space options at The New York Times’ former digs at 229 W. 43rd Street in Manhattan, the ever-buzzing heartbeat of Times Square. Other options, according to Crain’s New York Business, include the social network expanding the Madison Avenue office space it already rents.
Recent college graduate Suleika Jaouad waited until after she had undergone chemotherapy — and been told by doctors that the treatment had not taken — to consider how to alert her 1,500 Facebook friends to the news.
According to Facebook’s prospectus filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, a user doesn’t have to visit the site directly to be counted as active.
Upon going public, should the social network provide some form of financial compensation to its roughly 850 million users for contributing content?
The New York Times teamed up with Facebook on an interactive application that allows movie buffs to vote on this year’s Academy Awards and share their choices with their friends.
New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof is working on a Facebook game to draw attention to the human rights issues he covers in his column.
Journalism and Facebook are becoming more and more intertwined, as the social network is reportedly working with about one-dozen news sources to create exclusive Facebook app versions of their content.