Catch up quick: Facebook brokered a slew of three-year deals with publishers in 2019. At the time, the company was ramping up its investment in news and hired journalists to help direct publisher traffic to its new tab for news.
What they're saying: "A lot has changed since we signed deals three years ago to test bringing additional news links to Facebook News in the U.S. Most people do not come to Facebook for news, and as a business it doesn't make sense to over-invest in areas that don't align with user preferences," a Facebook spokesperson told Axios.
"It's always good news when our graduate programs are recognized on the national level by such institutions as U.S News & World Report," said Ronaldo Maghirang, associate dean for research and graduate programs in the College of Engineering. "It is justification of not only our top-notch faculty and students, but also the caliber of research they undertake and receive funding for."
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