Earlier this month Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg hosted a public Q&A. Attendees and those online could submit questions and the CEO would do his best to answer queries about the Messenger app, how he felt about the Social Network movie, and his favorite unreleased Facebook feature. Show More Summary
In March, Facebook freaked everybody out by buying Oculus, the makers of the Rift VR device, for $2 billion. As we've reported before, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said they bought the company because it was a "a new communication platform." At the Paley International Council Summit on Thursday, we learned a little bit more about those plans. Show More Summary
During a recent Q&A session at Facebook in Menlo Park, California, CEO Mark Zuckerberg answered a question about why he wears the same gray T-shirt every day. His answer seems simple, but he also explains the benefits of limiting his decision making. This was Zuckerberg’s first public Q&A, and the full video has been posted […]
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg answered questions yesterday during a live public Q&A about the future of the social network. The last question was asked by a shy 8th grader from a local school; she wanted to know how he forged through the hard times in the early Facebook days. Zuckerberg’s answer was simple: Don’t go it […]
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg conducted his first ever public Q&A today, and while he was lobbed fluff questions about his fashion choices (among other things), there were some hard hitting questions thrown out as well. To his credit,...Show More Summary
During his first-ever public Q&A on Thursday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg explained his vision for News Feed, the page where every Facebook user gets to see a constant stream of “stories.” “Our goal is to build the perfect personalized newspaper for every person in the world,” Zuckerberg said. Show More Summary
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg had his first-ever public Q&A on Thursday. He answered a lot of different questions, but the one that got a lot of interest was, “Why do you wear the same T-shirt every day?” For those who haven’t noticed yet, Zuckerberg wears the same gray T-shirt at most public events. Show More Summary
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg held a first-of-its-kind town-hall meeting Thursday, fielding questions on a variety of subjects from Facebook users around the world through a live webcast.
Fighting to stay on people’s radar lately, Facebook Inc.’s been busy releasing new apps like Rooms and announcing their first community Q&A with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg going on later this week. But the company’s recent Q3 earnings call has investors worried about the social network’s … Continue reading ?
Have you ever wanted to ask Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg a question? You'll soon get your chance. On Thursday, November 6 at 2 p.m. PT Zuckerberg will be doing a public Q&A, answering questions submitted to him via Facebook. While he hasn't exactly vowed to answer every question posed to him, that's the generally the idea. Show More Summary
SANTA MONICA, California -- FWD.us, the immigration reform initiative founded by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, plans to launch a massive political push in December to support President Barack Obama's planned executive action on immigration. Show More Summary
Most startups strive to obtain a few million users. The really successful ones get tens or hundreds of millions of users. But Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg doesn't think any product is a truly compelling business until it hits 1 billion users. Show More Summary
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan donating $500,000. John and Ann Doerr are also pitching in $500K, and Code.org has also informed TechCrunch that serial entrepreneur Rich Barton is making a donation of $25K. Read More
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg hopes that after "a few cycles" of hardware, virtual reality headset Oculus Rift will be owned by as many as 100 million people. It will need to reach that "before it will really be a very meaningful thing as a computing platform", he said during a financial call last night. Show More Summary
Once again, Facebook is doing exactly what it should be doing: Investing for the long term. And, once again, Wall Street is appalled. Last night, the moment Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that Facebook would invest aggressively next year and therefore generate modestly less profit in the short-term, the stock tanked. Show More Summary
Facebook boss says it will take a "few cycles" of the VR headset to reach those numbers. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has stated that it will take a "few cycles" of the finished Oculus Rift hardware before it will sell enough units to be considered a meaningful platform.Click here to read the full article
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has reportedly paid $100 million for 700 acres of land in Kauai’s North Shore, effectively saving it from overdevelopment. Forbes Magazine reports Zuckerberg’s new property is located Read More The post Mark Zuckerberg Purchases Hawaiian Property for $100 Million appeared first on Ecorazzi.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been learning Mandarin Chinese and is "búcuò" (translation: not bad/pretty good) at it. The move appears to be part of Zuckerberg's attempt to foster a better relationship between China and his corporation, despite the People's Republic's decision to firewall Facebook five years ago. Show More Summary
Click here to receive the Morning Social Media Newsfeed via email. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Addresses Students in Chinese (The Next Web) Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg surprised the audience at Tsinghua University in Beijing when he answered questions in Mandarin. Show More Summary
That Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg gave an interview in Chinese was big news this week. You can see the start of the interview here: As you can hear, Zuckerberg’s performance was greeted with “repeated cheers and applause by the assembled students and faculty members.” I don’t want to pick apart Zuckerberg’s Chinese – he only started […]