Every entrepreneur can learn from a mentor, no matter how confident or successful they have been to date. Most people don’t know that billionaire Mark Zuckerberg, for example, gives real credit to the inspiring mentorship of Steve Jobs for Mark’s Facebook success. Show More Summary
If the recent, very public war of words between two of the world’s most prominent technology CEOs, Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg,…
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LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman was one of the first investors in Facebook. At the time, Zuckerberg was painfully awkward. Hoffman said that Zuckerberg's desire to adapt and stick to his vision account for his evolution into a highly capable...Show More Summary
Mark Zuckerberg said extent of opioid crisis was what surprised him most in his travels throughout America. Yet people are marketing opioids illegally on Facebook and Google.
At age 17, Michael Sayman was Facebook’s youngest employee ever. Having already launched 5 apps, he wowed Mark Zuckerberg, earned a demo spot on stage at Facebook F8 conference, and scored a full-time engineering gig as the social network’s go-to teen. Show More Summary
The world’s most powerful social media company thinks it can experiment on whomever and whatever it wants.
Connect with your neighbor, build a community, then make sure everyone believes that the media is out to get Senate candidate Roy Moore. That's not really what Mark Zuckerberg wants Facebook to be used for, at least not that last part. Show More Summary
You've almost certainly heard of Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, and Elon Musk. But have you heard of Patrick Collison, David Zalik, or Lucy Peng? As I'm sure you know, the first group of men were startup founders who went on to become tech billionaires. Show More Summary
$1 billion. That was the price tag for what's cool, according to Justin Timberlake Sean Parker's conversation with Facebook cofounder Mark Zuckerberg. Apparently, it's still true. Musical.ly just sold to Beijing Bytedance Technology, the companies announced Friday. Show More Summary
Guest post by Joe Hoft After last year’s Presidential election, then President Barack Obama met face to face with Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook. Although the minutes of their meeting are not publicly available, far-left publications...Show More Summary
After completing his pledge to meet with people in all 50 states by the end of 2017, Mark Zuckerberg said that he no longer thinks of himself as primarily an engineer. “Now I am wrapping it up thinking of myself more as a community builder too,” Zuckerberg said during a Facebook Live on Friday in […]
Mark Zuckerberg has grown into a damn fine public speaker, even giving a few talks in Mandarin. But the Facebook CEO wasn't always like that. In fact, Zuckerberg was almost famously awkward in person. Reid Hoffman, co-Founder of LinkedIn,...Show More Summary
L ET'S GO INVENT TOMORROW is a collection of 365 quotes on business and life from Richard Branson, Sergey Brin, Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Jack Ma, Elon Musk, Larry Page, Carlos Slim, Oprah Winfrey, and Mark Zuckerberg. Some are inspiring, and most are thought-provoking. Show More Summary
As CEO Mark Zuckerberg prepares to wrap up his personal tour of the U.S., Facebook announced today that the company will be launching its own 30-city U.S. tour in 2018 to visit with business owners and other Facebook users. Called Facebook Community Boost, Facebook plans to bring a variety of in-person training programs to each […]
Sean Parker unloaded on the company he helped build, and joked that Mark Zuckerberg would probably block his Facebook account.
What's Mark Zuckerberg's biggest takeaway as he wraps up a year of travel to dozens of U.S. states? The importance of local communities.
NEW YORK (AP) — What's Mark Zuckerberg's biggest takeaway as he wraps up a year of travel to dozens of U.S. states? The importance of local communities. To this end, Facebook's CEO is announcing a program to boost small businesses and give people technical skills on and off Facebook. Show More Summary
Mark Zuckerberg will no longer be the only Facebook employee touring America. Facebook is launching a 30-stop U.S. tour in 2018 to educate small business owners on how to use the product, Zuckerberg announced Thursday while visiting St. Show More Summary
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