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Mark Zuckerberg Responds To India's Decision To Ban Free Basics

On Monday, Indian regulators ruled to ban Facebook's Free Basics Internet service—but Zuckerberg says that won't keep Facebook out of India. On Monday afternoon, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg responded to the decision by Indian regulators...Show More Summary

'Disappointed' Mark Zuckerberg responds to India's partial Facebook ban

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has responded to the news that India's telecom regulator has banned the company's Free Basics program. Free Basics, which began as part of Facebook's project, allowed subscribers to RelianceShow More Summary

Mark Zuckerberg responds to Facebook's defeat in India (FB)

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says that the company is still "committed" to "working to break down barriers to connectivity" in India, even though the country just effectively blocked part of its plan to provide free internet access to...Show More Summary

Mark Zuckerberg breaks out Mandarin skills to reveal daughter Max's Chinese name

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg showed off his polished language skills Monday in a video wishing the world a happy Lunar New Year.

Mark Zuckerberg announces daughter’s Chinese name

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg took the opportunity to speak in Mandarin with his wife Priscilla Chan on Monday as they wished the world a happy Lunar New Year and revealed their daughter’s Chinese name. In a video post Saturday, the couple said this Lunar New Year was especially meaningful because they selected Max’s Chinese name. Show More Summary

Mark Zuckerberg Speaks Mandarin For Chinese New Year, Gets 18 Million Views On Facebook [Video]

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is a man of many talents. A new video titled “Happy New Year!” on Facebook, posted by Mark Zuckerberg on Saturday, February 6, at approximately 8 p.m. ET, has swelled to more than 18,660,924 views. The seemingly flawless way that Mark speaks Mandarin for the “Year of the Monkey” was apparently... Show More Summary

Facebook Is Making Significant Changes To The News Feed

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg attends a Townhall meeting at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, California, on September 27, 2015. (Photo credit: SUSANA BATES/AFP/Getty Images) Earlier this week, Facebook said it was changing the News Feed algorithm so that posts that you are not interested in are less likely to appear at [...]

Zuck has his sights set on 5 billion Facebook users by 2030

At an event on Monday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg made his intentions known: he hopes to have 5 billion active users on Facebook by 2030. To accomplish that goal of getting nearly 60 percent (using population estimates for 2030) of...Show More Summary

Facebook aiming for 5 billion users in 2030

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on Monday that he is aiming to have 5 billion users connected to the social media site by 2030.        

Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook will add 3.5 billion users by 2030 (FB)

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has told employees that the social network aims to have five billion users by 2030, according to a report from USA Today. The report does not quote Zuckerberg directly, but said he made the comments at an...Show More Summary

In Tech: Instagram video series, billion-user club, Fitbit

"Shield 5" is about the hunt for John Swift, who after three episodes appears to be a security worker who ends up bloodied and wanted for murder after having an affair with his female superior. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said he...Show More Summary

Mark Zuckerberg unveils plan to raise awareness of Zika virus prevention

As the Zika virus scare spreads around the world, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has announced his company's plan to help combat it.

Mark Zuckerberg announces plan to fight Zika virus

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has announced his company’s plan to help fight back against the Zika virus. Facebook has partnered with the non-profit Abrasco Divulga in Brazil as part of an effort the company is rolling out across Latin America. Show More Summary

WhatsApp hits 1 billion users

In 2014 Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spent a ming-boggling $22 billion to acquire messaging app WhatsApp. Less than two years later and Facebook’s CEO has another 1 billion user app under his control. When Facebook acquired WhatsApp it had less than half a billion users, but was growing considerably, especially overseas and in developing countries. Show More Summary

The Only Guy Who Says "No" To Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg

Not that he'll listen, but I have some friendly fatherly advice for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Dear Mark, I’d be remiss if I let January pass without addressing your recent New Year’s resolution to “pimp” your Palo Alto, California crib with the most prodigious artificial intelligence (a.k.a. A.I.). My unsolicited advice: even [...]

Everyone thought Mark Zuckerberg was crazy to buy a 13-person app for $1 billion — now Instagram looks like one of the most brilliant tech acquisitions ever made (FB)

In April 2012, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg did the unthinkable. With the company about to begin its IPO roadshow, Zuckerberg made a surprise acquisition of a 2-year old photo-sharing app called Instagram. What’s more, Zuckerberg paid...Show More Summary

Only 5 People Are Richer Than Mark Zuckerberg Now

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg returned from paternity leave this week, NBC News reports. As a welcome-back gift, he officially became the world's sixth-richest person on Thursday. According to Bloomberg, his net worth increased by $6 billion on the stock market Thursday, lifting him past the Koch brothers. The 31-year-old is...

Google's British AI startup beat Facebook in the race to build an algorithm that can take on the best humans at Go (GOOG, FB)

Something strange happened in the world of artificial intelligence (AI) on Wednesday. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg posted on his Facebook profile that his company has created an AI system that is "getting close" to beating the best humans...Show More Summary

Google trumps Facebook in building AI that can win at Go

Over the past year, Google and Facebook have been working on AI that can beat humans at the ancient Chinese board game Go, using deep neural networks that mimic the way our brains function. Yesterday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote that researchers at his company were “getting close” to teaching computers to win at Go. Show More Summary

Facebook open to payments partnerships with Apple Pay, others

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on Wednesday that his company is open to partnering with multiple payments providers and name dropped Apple Pay, calling the fledgling service a segment innovator.

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