Last week Facebook announced more changes to how they populate the your news feed. They're focusing on putting your family and friends in front of you, instead of business pages that you have liked.
What does that mean?
It means that if you've liked a page on Facebook you may not see information posted by that page unless someone you know has shared it, or you go directly to the Facebook page of that company. What you will be seeing is posts (in no chronological order) from your Facebook friends. Some may be from days before hand that you may have missed.
You'll be missing out on recent updates unless you directly hit most recent every time you open your Facebook.
There is still a way that you can see information from the pages that you like. See the picture below.