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How Utilities Can Meet Millennials’ Needs in a Data-Sharing Economy

Zuckerberg's law has made it to the energy industry. In 2008, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told the Web 2.0 Summit, “I would expect that next year, people will share twice as much information as they share this year, and the next year,...Show More Summary

Tizeti partners with Facebook to expand Express WiFi in Nigeria

Despite weak infrastructure and poor power supply, Nigeria stands out as one of Africa’s top tech hubs — something that was confirmed last year when Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg visited the capital, Lagos. But to boost innovation even further, the country desperately needs a well-functioning WiFi system, which Tizeti has been trying to provide through […]

Facebook's Zuckerberg says he's 'dead serious' about Russia, warns security spending will hurt profits

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After being grilled by Washington lawmakers, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg warned new security measures post Russia interference will cut into profits.        

Instagram Stories and WhatsApp Status hit 300M users, nearly 2X Snapchat

Instagram and WhatsApp’s Snapchat clones aren’t slowing down. Today Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced Instagram Stories and WhatsApp Status both now have 300 million daily active users. That’s up from 250 million for Instagram in June, and WhatsApp in July. That makes the copies almost twice the size of the original, as Snapchat’s entire app only has 173 million… Read More

Russia Hangs Over Facebook’s Earnings Call, Zuckerberg Says He’s “Dead Serious” About It

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg tackled Russia’s use of the giant social network as a propaganda platform at the start of the earnings call to discuss Q3 earnings, saying he’s “dead serious” about cracking down on such malicious abuses. Zuckerberg...Show More Summary

Mark Zuckerberg on Russian election meddling: 'What they did is wrong and we're not going to stand for it' (FB)

Facebook's CEO says Russia-linked efforts to meddle in the US presidential election using its service were "wrong" He vowed to double staff working on safety and security this year Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg kicked off the company's...Show More Summary

Facebook says security investments will affect profitability

NEW YORK (AP) — Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on Wednesday that the company is "serious about preventing abuse" and that its investments in security will affect its profitability. The company's third-quarter profit soared 79 percent...Show More Summary

Senators to Facebook, Google, And Twitter: Where Are Your CEOs?

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey; Alphabet CEO Larry Page; and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg “need to answer for this.” For the second day in a row, executives from Facebook, Google, and Twitter faced intense scrutiny on Capitol Hill. Lawmakers...Show More Summary

Apple's Cook & Facebook's Zuckerberg meet with Chinese President Xi

Apple CEO Tim Cook and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg both spoke with Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday, meeting in Beijing while attending an annual summit of advisers to Tsinghua University's business school.

Mark Zuckerberg is back in China as Facebook eyes opportunity to finally enter the country (FB)

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's annual trip to China is underway. The timing of this trip is significant because Facebook is currently showing signs of increased efforts to begin business in the country. One analyst recently said there...Show More Summary

Zuckerberg outlines new transparency measures for political ads on Facebook

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg today outlined the social network’s newest measures to get a handle on its political ads problem and reach “an even higher standard of transparency.” He listed three points the company is implementing to effect this change and plans to put in action next year, through a Facebook post. Show More Summary

Here's how Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan spend their $74 billion fortune

Mark Zuckerberg, the 33-year-old founder and CEO of Facebook, has a net worth of $74 billion and counting. He's currently the fifth richest person in the world, according to Bloomberg's Billionaires Index, but it seems he doesn't have a taste for opulence. Show More Summary

Facebook's top lawyer — not Zuck — will testify before Congress on Russia-linked ads (FB)

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg will not publicly testify before Congress about Russia's use of social media to influence US elections. The company is instead sending its top lawyer, Colin Stretch to testify on November...Show More Summary

Early Facebook employees horrified at Russian infiltration: ‘I lay awake at night thinking about what we built’

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As Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg slowly began admitting his company’s role in the massive breach that allowed Russian operatives to target millions of voters with ads during last year’s presidential election, people who were with him at the company’s inception are horrified at the...

Facebook Wants to Finally Make Virtual Reality Mainstream With This $200 Headset

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg seems determined to make virtual reality more mainstream. The social network has been pushing further into VR over the past few years--acquiring the VR company Oculus for $2 billion, launching a VR social network called Spaces and now it's launching the first headset that won't require a smartphone or a powerful...

Facebook’s coming blockchain problem

GUEST: Much has been written about the Russia-Facebook advertising scandal of 2017. The episode has revealed the first (and maybe only) achilles heel for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. His profit-making machine depends on being one of the two main outlets (the other being Google) where the world spends its $500 billion+ in advertising dollars. Yet, as […]

Facebook gets real about broadening virtual reality's appeal

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg seems to be realizing a sobering reality about virtual reality: His company's Oculus headsets that send people into artificial worlds are too expensive and confining to appeal to the masses.

Oculus is launching a low-cost, all-in-one VR headset next year

Oculus will launch a new low-cost, standalone VR headset early next year, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced at today's Oculus Connect event in San Jose. Oculus Go, as the new "super lightweight" headset is known, is designed to be as affordable and accessible as possible, positioned somewhere between the Oculus Rift and Gear VR. Show More Summary

Facebook gets real about broadening virtual reality's appeal

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg seems to be realizing a sobering reality about virtual reality: The headsets his company's Oculus division has been making to put users into artificial worlds are too expensive and confining...Show More Summary

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