Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says his lawsuits over Hawaiian land are standard to identify who should get money in his purchase of 700 acres.
In 2014, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spent $2 billion to purchase the virtual reality startup Oculus and its Rift headset. Nearly three years later, though, it looks like that $2 billion was just a down payment for the VR company, as...Show More Summary
The Facebook CEO is looking for more privacy on his 700-acre waterfront estate in Kauai.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is once again going after his neighbors in his latest effort to ensure his 700-acre Hawaiian compound remains impenetrable. This time, rather than erect another massive wall, Zuck has filed a series of lawsuits against several hundred people—some of whom are dead—who inherited or have… Read more...
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed new details about his 2014 deal to acquire the VR company Oculus during a public appearance in court on Tuesday. Zuckerberg visited the Dallas courtroom to testify in the ongoing lawsuit againstShow More Summary
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said he wants to escape the Silicon Valley bubble and travel to different parts of America as part of his 2017 New Year's resolution. It looks like the first stop on his journey will be a Northern District of Texas Federal courtroom. More »
DALLAS — Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg fired off some sick burns and engaged in a heated exchange with a lawyer while giving testimony in a blockbuster $2 billion lawsuit trial here in a northern district Federal courtroom on Tuesday. Read more...
Zuckerberg is to appear in a Dallas court to defend virtual reality technology theft claims.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said he wants escape the Silicon Valley bubble and travel to different parts of America as part of his 2017 New Year’s resolution. It looks like the first stop on his journey will be a Northern District of Texas Federal courtroom. Read more...
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will testify in court on Tuesday, January 17 for a potentially explosive lawsuit that claims the Oculus VR startup he acquired for $2 billion was based on stolen technology. The more than two-year-old suit...Show More Summary
We have more in common with rich, famous people than we think. Take for example Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who proved yesterday that, just like the rest of us, he's obsessed with his dog. Zuckerberg posted a video to Facebook (obviously) showing an employee creating a 3D-printed mini version of Zuckerberg's dog, Beast. Show More Summary
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg insists that he runs a technology company that simply passes along other people’s content, not a media one that shapes messages. But as it faces complaints about its responsibility for helping people to fool...Show More Summary
After purchasing Oculus just over two years ago, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is just beginning to reap the benefit. Oculus finds itself in the fortunate position of being an industry leader in a market that’s just beginning its ascent. Show More Summary
Debates about religion trigger strong emotional feelings especially on social media. Florian Prischl/flickr, CC BY-NC Mona Abdel Fatil, University of Oslo On Christmas Day, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg used his website to tell the world that he was not an atheist any more. Show More Summary
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg told a Facebook user over the holiday period that he is not an atheist, Quartz reports, despite having previously described himself as a non-believer. On December 25, Zuckerberg wrote on his Facebook...Show More Summary
Although he once called himself an atheist, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg now recognizes the importance of religion.
What do these two social media posts have in common? • On November 12, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg claimed that 99% of the content posted on Facebook was "authentic." • On November 27, President-elect Donald Trump tweeted that millions...Show More Summary
Facebook Jarvis is now finally a real thing! Mark Zuckerberg has been able to make his very own artificial intelligence like that of Siri, but smarter. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has had the vision of creating an AI to assist in everyday life. Show More Summary
Why do you have to go and make things so complicated?? Earlier this week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg posted a video on his timeline where he unveils Jarvis (voiced by Morgan Freeman), an AI assistant he built for his family. Related: Avril Lavigne Says She's 'Overcoming' Lyme Disease As seen in the clip (below): In the video, the [...]