Facebook users may soon have a way to express empathy on the social network. CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Tuesday that Facebook Inc. plans to test a new button—widely reported as a Dislike button, though it may turn out to have a different name—will make Facebook more akin to real life, he said. “Not every moment is a good moment," he said during a town hall question-and-answer session, referring to users who want to express sympathy when friends use the social network to share news of a death or other unfortunate event. But if Facebook rolls out a Dislike button, the introduction could have far-reaching consequences for retailers and other brands, says Sucharita Mulpuru, Forrester Research Inc. vice president, principal analyst. “This seems like the perfect way for a customer to vent about a brand,” she says. “Some of the biggest recipients of the Dislike will definitely be brands and retailers.”
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