The new Steve Jobs film is not going to feature the typical Silicon Valley look we've grown accustomed to, with the Mark Zuckerberg basics like a gray t-shirt or the button up shirt and hoodie combo seen in Mike Judge's HBO hit series. Show More Summary
Most of Facebook's 8,000 employees are millennials — and the average age is 28, compared to 30 at Google and 31 at Apple, the Wall Street Journal reports. CEO Mark Zuckerberg is 30. The company has embraced stereotypes about millennials (like, that they're entitled and hate negative feedback) in its management strategy. Show More Summary
When Facebook Inc. announced the purchase of Instagram for $1 billion in April 2012, a few analysts shook their heads, calling it a gamble, especially because Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg made the purchase without even consulting the board. But now … Continue reading ?
While it seems like Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook have a problem reaching the next generation of users, Instagram seems to be holding strong. So we asked kids between the ages of 9 and 13 what they really think of Instagram... Produced by Sam Rega and Caroline Moss Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »
Yet another Sony leak, and another story about someone unhappy about the production of a movie. And this time it is the billionaire Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg who had some words against the Oscar-winning movie documenting his life....Show More Summary
Long before Facebook existed, Warren Buffett warned about companies that neglect a "wonderful base business while purchasing other businesses that are so-so or worse."
Mark Zuckerberg at 22: "Young people are just smarter." My own experience: I did great work when I was in my 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s. The stuff I'm most famous for I did in my 40s. But the best software I've ever done was this week. I think that's pretty much been true all the way through. Show More Summary
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg did not want to have his college years relived on the big screen in "The Social Network," a leaked Sony email confirms. The leaked email is one of about 32,000 internal Sony messages which were unearthed by hackers in recent weeks. Show More Summary
Many baulked when Facebook head Mark Zuckerberg agreed to drop $1 billion on Instagram in April 2012. "That's $33 per user," said some; "there's no business model!" screamed others. Less than three years later and Citigroup now says Instagram is wort...
Facebook drew criticism for buying Instagram for $1 billion in 2012; Mark Zuckerberg is laughing all the way to the bank.
An email from Jerry Murdock, co-founder of venture investing firm Insight Venture Partners, to Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel has leaked as part of the Sony hacking. Murdock's email offers a rare behind-the-scenes glimpse at why investors are so excited about Snapchat. Show More Summary
Lil B appears to be protesting the oppressive hand of Mark Zuckerberg following his own alleged ban from Facebook.
Good news if you're not all that brilliant at snapping Facebook photos on the go: Mark Zuckerberg and his algorithms will now automatically enhance images for you, no extra work required. But what if you don't want your images tampered with? What if you really were going for that badly lit, washed out look? Here's how to disable the new feature, should you wish to. Read more...
Internet trolling can happen to anyone, even – or perhaps especially – to Facebook Inc. CEO and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg. But the most recent attacks on Zuckerberg’s Facebook timeline come from an unexpected source: Brazil. The attack began as a … Continue reading ?
10 Quotes From Mark Zuckerberg About... In a Facebook "Townhall Q&A," CEO Mark Zuckerberg addressed the question of adding a "dislike" button. Zuckerberg acknowledged that while "there are more sentiments that people want to expressShow More Summary
Click here to receive the Morning Social Media Newsfeed via email. Trolls Attack Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook Timeline (AllFacebook) The timeline of Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg is being bombarded by comments from trolls, the majority originating from Brazil and containing stickers and memes, TechCrunch reported. Show More Summary
Facebook stickers, photos and comments have taken over the Zuck's biggest life events.
Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook profile has come under attack from a large number of online trolls who are taking advantage of the opportunity to leave comments, including stickers, photos and other “meme” images, on the Facebook CEO’s public posts. The attackers are largely based in Brazil, and their barrage of comments and jokes have continued for several days now… Read More