If you study business and entrepreneurship, you undoubtedly admire those who have reached the top. People like Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos, Marissa Mayer, Mark Zuckerberg, and many others reached the echelon of the business ranks and created products that millions of people use everyday. They’ve put in the time, work, and have gone through the […]
Do you have a question that you’re dying to ask Mark Zuckerberg? Did you miss your shot during the live Q&A session earlier this month? Fret not. It seems the “Q&A With Mark” concept is set to become a regular occurence. Earlier this morning, Facebook announced that a second Q&A event will occur on Dec. 11th at 2PM pacific. Meanwhile, they’re offering up… Read More
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
I read a great piece in the Washington Post about philanthropy's quick response ($348 million) to the Ebola crisis. Kudos to the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla...Show More Summary
Drew Bennett was enjoying Dolores Park one weekend, hanging out with some friends, when his phone rang. Mark Zuckerberg, the caller told him, would be at his studio that afternoon. So Bennett left his friends, hopped on his bike, and pedaled across San Francisco to the Dogpatch, down near the bay. Show More Summary
Chamath Palihapitiya, the founder of the venture capital firm Social+Capital, has quite a resume even by Silicon Valley’s rockstar CEO standards. At age 26, he became the youngest VP in AOL’s history. Later, he spent a year at Mayfield Fund as a venture capitalist before joining Facebook as VP of Growth, Mobile & International in 2007. Show More Summary
The following words were too hot for one hypocritical social network to handle. Perhaps if I was a suicide bomber yelling “Allahu Akbar” before murdering a bunch of Jews, liberal Jew Mark Zuckerberg would have been ok with that. After all, Facebook seems fine with outright bigotry toward pro-Israel Jews and conservative Republicans, but censors […]
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
One month after Mark Zuckerberg blew up the Internet by participating in a Mandarin Q&A in Beijing, another Facebook executive has given a follow-up performance, albeit a brief one.
There's a whole new generation of children growing up in the digital world. Social media giant Facebook hopes this is the next wave of users but are they really intersted in having a profile? We asked little kids between the age of nine...Show More Summary
Click here to receive the Morning Social Media Newsfeed via email. Facebook Groups: Facebook’s Newest Stand-Alone App (AllFacebook) Co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has gone out of his way to mention Facebook’s Groups feature during...Show More Summary
Anyone who's seen Steve Jobs or Mark Zuckerberg give presentations has probably asked why these wealthy, successful people wear the same clothes all the time. Here's one good reason: avoiding decision fatigue. Read more...
The Social Network really did make Mark Zuckerberg look like a jealous, spiteful jerk, but no one seemed too concerned about his feelings because he owns Facebook. He’ll be fine. But it turns out that Zuckerberg was affected by Jesse...Show More Summary
A new Craigslist posting by a group of renters in Los Altos, California is advertising the chance to experience a piece of Facebook history. According to the listing, several rooms are available in the home that Mark Zuckerberg and the Facebook team lived in during the early days of the social network. Show More Summary
If you had a billion dollars, would you give it all away? Warren Buffett and Bill and Melinda Gates did it and then asked others to do it. Mark Zuckerberg has pledged to do it. And one of San Diego's leading philanthropists, T. Denny...Show More Summary
Billionaire Mark Zuckerberg, who sells your private information for profit, was recently asked about his sartorial philosophy during a Facebook town hall—more specifically, why does the precocious genius behind the foremost destination...Show More Summary
Despite user backlash about being "forced" to download a separate Messenger app, the service is soaring in usage. Mark Zuckerberg is right to unbundle the big blue app.
Wearing the same T-shirts or suits every day may leave time for the really big decisions.
Simpsons co-creator Sam Simon generously passes on his fortune, Tom Hanks becomes an author for The New Yorker, Mark Zuckerberg explains his favorite grey t-shirts and more First Dibs.
Mark Zuckerberg is famous for something other than Facebook: his wardrobe. More specifically his love of hoodies and gray T-shirts. On Thursday, during a public Q&A, someone asked him why he always wears the same gray T-shirt. In truth, he doesn't. Show More Summary