We've seen Rooney Mara insult Mark Zuckerberg, struggle with the law in Ain't Them Bodies Saints and take matters into her own hands in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Now she's in the slums of Rio, Brazil in Stephen Daldry's latest film Trash. Show More Summary
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Before Mark Zuckerberg ever got his first computer, Josh Harris, founder of Jupiter Communications, had made many millions in the tech world forecasting Internet trends and predicted that we would share everything online. In 1994, Harris...Show More Summary
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Joe Green, the FWD.us president who was also Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg's college roommate, was asked in a recent Bloomberg TV interview how he felt about big-tech companies like Microsoft, Cisco, and Hewlett-Packard that are slashing American high-tech jobs while pushing for massive increases in guest-worker permits. Show More Summary
The return of the gatekeeper: Both Facebook and Twitter have decided they know what's best for us.
Ever since Ellen Degeneres’ creative ‘selfie’ bit was introduced at the last Academy Awards ceremony, the bar has been raised for future hosts’ to use social media in more intricate and creative ways. Mark Zuckerberg and his cadre of...Show More Summary
From Steve Jobs to Larry Ellison, Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg, some of the world’s most successful founders are college dropouts. In fact, the average net worth of billionaires who dropped out of college is about three times more than the average net worth of billionaires with Ph.D.s ($9.4 billion vs. Show More Summary
E than Perlstein could be the Mark Zuckerberg of biotechnology, or he is the latest in a long line of scientists who dream big — but ultimately fail — to find new ways to make drugs with greater speed, efficiency and focus. No matter...Show More Summary
A few years back, Facebook’s sweatshirt-in-chief Mark Zuckerberg caught a lot of heat when he said he’d be willing to fight for the right to peddle his social network to kids under the age of 13. He eventually backed off on this idea, but now Google appears to be taking up the cause. The Wall Street Journal’s Digits … [More]
B y now you’ve seen videos galore of the Ice Bucket Challenge—a viral fundraiser that has everyone from Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates to Justin Timberlake and LeBron James getting drenched for a good cause. But the man who inspiredShow More Summary
Credits: Youtube Alt Text: Bill Gates Internet is awash with videos of Justin Bieber and and Bill Gates drenching themselves with ice water Briefing Monday, August 18, 2014 - 12:39pm Justin Bieber, Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates are among the celebrities to take part in the latest craze flooding social media: the ice bucket challenge. Show More Summary
An exponentially increasing number of people, from Oprah to Mark Zuckerberg to Ronald McDonald, have posted videos of themselves being doused in ice water and then challenging up to three other people to do the same. The point of all this is to raise money and awareness for ALS, Lou Gehrig’s disease, because those who reject […] read more »
When it comes to star entrepreneurs in tech, Harvard and Stanford are the first two schools that come to your mind. We all know that Mark Zuckerberg launched Facebook in a dorm room at Harvard. Microsoft founder Bill Gates is a well-known Harvard dropout. Show More Summary
Mark Zuckerberg threw out a challenge to Bill Gates, and the challenge was accepted and completed. We’re talking about the Ice Bucket Challenge where the rich and famous are dared to douse themselves with a huge bucket of ice water, which must be done within 24 hours of when the challenge is made known. If
Leave it to him to outdo everyone! Bill Gates was challenged by Mark Zuckerberg to get involved in the Ice Bucket Challenge, and even though he planned on donating money to curing ALS, he had to make his mark on the movement. So, the billionaire designed and built an apparatus for the grandaddy of all ice bucket [...]
Bill Gates accepts Mark Zuckerberg’s ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and nominates Elon Musk, Ryan Seacrest and Chris Anderson from TED to participate and raise awareness for ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease.
No one can say Bill Gates shirks a challenge. The Microsoft founder stepped up to the plate after Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg dared him to take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
When Mark Zuckerberg challenged Bill Gates to complete the ice bucket challenge, he designed a lovably dorky high-tech contraption for the low-tech task of pouring a bucket of water on himself "I'm glad to give to ALS, it's a great cause," he says in the video. Show More Summary
A Utah journalist-activist is calling on Facebook and CEO Mark Zuckerberg to retract support for the state's attorney general and make a donation to his opponent. read more