The social network is supposedly preparing a website called "Facebook at Work". The development of this new office version of its social network is to rival sites like LinkedIn, according to a report in the Financial Times. The newspaper says that "Facebook at Work" will allow users to connect with contacts and talk to colleagues. The company declined to comment when contacted by the Financial Times.
Facebook Developing New Workplace Network
Dumb and Dumber To, intentionally misspelt, is the sequel to Jim Carrey's 1994 comedy, and has topped the US box office chart on its first weekend in cinemas. The farce, which sees Carrey's Lloyd Christmas reunited with Jeff Daniels' Harry Dunne, made around £24.3m between Friday and Sunday. The film surpassed Disney's Big Hero 6, which made £23m in its second weekend in the US and Canada. Interstellar fell one place to 3rd.
Dumb and Dumber Tops US Box Office
Video showing performers including One Direction, Rita Ora and Ed Sheeran singing the reworked “Do They Know It's Christmas?” was shown on TV last Sunday night. They were among the stars who recorded a cover of the 1984 song, to raise money to tackle Ebola, on Saturday. The current outbreak of the virus has killed more than 5,000 people, almost all in West Africa. The UK government said VAT will not have to be paid on the single.
New Band Aid Single Broadcasted For The First Time