Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, At this point, I’ve seen enough. It’s becoming quite clear that Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg wants to be President of these United States. The topic first piqued my interest aboutShow More Summary
Facebook works hard to maintain Mark Zuckerberg's public image. Professional photographers take staged photographs, like these ones of him visiting a Facebook data centre, petting a calf and meeting with world leaders. A team of employees diligently manage his Facebook page. Show More Summary
Mark Zuckerberg fired back at "misleading stories" about the 700 acres of Hawaiian property he paid $100 million for in a post on his Facebook page Thursday. The Facebook CEO has filed quiet title actions in court against a few hundred...Show More Summary
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
Sarah Frier, reporting for Bloomberg on the team of writers and photographers that runs Mark Zuckerberg’s personal Facebook page: Zuckerberg has help, lots of it. Typically, a handful of Facebook employees manage communications justShow More Summary
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Facebook works hard to maintain Mark Zuckerberg’s public image. Professional photographers take staged photographs, like these ones of him visiting a Facebook data center, petting a calf, and meeting with world leaders. A team of employees diligently manage his Facebook page. But the most frantic display we’ve seen… Read more...
The Facebook CEO is looking for more privacy on his 700-acre waterfront estate in Kauai.
Mark Zuckerberg would like his $100 million, 700-acre beachfront property in Kauai to house a secluded estate. The problem: Almost a dozen parcels within those 700 acres are technically owned by Hawaii-born families, meaning they have the right to be on the property. Unless Zuck gets his way—the Facebook...
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...
Steve Mnuchin faces Senate confirmation hearing; most Americans think U.S. will pay for Mexican border wall; and Mark Zuckerberg sues to protect Hawaii estate. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
Back in 2014, Mark Zuckerberg paid close to $100 million for 700 acres of beachfront property on the island of Kauai. Now the Facebook billionaire is suing a few hundred Hawaiians who still have legal ownership claims to parts of his...Show More Summary
The Facebook CEO's 700-acre Kauai estate, purchased in 2014, includes about a dozen plots with ties to local Hawaiian families
Facebook CEO trying to force sales by current and former owners of small inherited tracts inside his 700 acres of beachfront property
Elon Musk is not one to let setbacks slow him down, even when setbacks involve the explosion of a rocket containing cargo precious to fellow tech billionaire Mark Zuckerberg. As of this week, SpaceX, where Musk is CEO, is back in the business of launching rockets. And Musk is pushing ahead on his outsize ambitions […]
Mark Zuckerberg is suing hundreds of people in Hawaii in his effort to create a secluded island. The billionaire spent $100 million purchasing 700 acres of land in the island of Kauai back in 2014 and is still dealing with the fact that he doesn't actually have the exclusive rights to all of it. Show More Summary
During the weeks leading up to Mark Zuckerberg's decision to buy Oculus for $2 billion, he received a concerning message from then-Oculus CEO Brendan Iribe. Google was also interested in buying the VR startup. A similar situation occurred during Facebook's two-week negotiation process to acquire WhatsApp for $19 billion in 2014. Show More Summary
Mark Zuckerberg is defending Oculus Rift, the virtual reality headset company he purchased in 2014, from allegations that it stole technology from a video game publisher. CNET associate editor Dan Graziano joins CBSN with more details on the lawsuit.
The billionaire Facebook co-founder and CEO has a carefully manicured public presence, with a team that manages even photos of his baby daughter, according to a new report.