Facebook can't seem to get a break whenever it rolls out new changes. After the creation of its mini feed -- a sidebar with a constantly updating stream of posts -- people were annoyed. Now this annoyance is changing, and users are still miffed.
The social-media company claims it will implement the new mini feed update in phases, but has the damage already been done? Facebook has struggled to recover from the Great IPO Debacle of 2012, so investors don't exactly need a new reason not to trust it. Still, companies need to adapt, and at least Facebook is being relatively open with its users. What's to become of this social-media great? Caroline Bennett takes a closer look in the following video.
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