Credit card security firm Jumio has looked into how we're all using our smartphones and tablets to shop. Jumio, a young firm backed by Facebook billionaire Eduardo Saverin, has just published research on how consumers are using their mobile devices to pay for things. Show More Summary
Jumio, the payments company backed by Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin and Andreessen Horowitz, today announced a product that will let mobile app users fill in their payment info by snapping a photo of their credit card with their...Show More Summary
Many American expats are following in the footsteps of Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin and ditching their US citizenship, the Wall Street Journal reports. In likely related news, the US is cracking down on overseas tax evaders. The number of citizenship renouncers is not huge, but it is growing in record...
Categories: Afternoon Coffee Tags: General News, L2 Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin did it. Now that the federal government is cracking down on tax evaders living abroad, more Americans are opting to renounce their citizenship. Bookstores...Show More Summary
So goes the famous quote from the feature film, The Social Network: "Eduardo Saverin: So when will it be finished? Mark Zuckerburg: It won't be finished, that's the point, just like fashion is never finished." Facebook Is Changing – Again And why wouldn't it? Mark and his colleagues in Palo Alto never stop working to [...]Show More Summary
It's probably not news to anybody who followed the soap opera over Eduardo Saverin's renunciation of U.S. citizenship or who knows hat Jim Rogers decamped with his family from the land of the free, but Singapore has become a haven for wealth. Show More Summary
If Facebook continues to mount huge growth numbers the company could soon find itself in big trouble. That was the message Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin delivered during the Wall Street Journal‘s Unleashing Innovation conference on Thursday. According to Saverin: “The biggest risk is to grow too fast, which is actually a huge asset, but ironically, I [...]Show More Summary
The biggest threat to Facebook's business may simply be that the company grows to fast for its own good, at least according to co-founder Eduardo Saverin. "The biggest risk is to grow too fast, which is actually a huge asset, but ironically,...Show More Summary
Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin recently courted controversy by surrendering his U.S. citizenship in favor of life in Singapore, where he has resided since 2009. He sits down with the WSJ's Almar Latour to talk about why he move...
Jumio, a digital payments and ID certification solutions provider backed by the likes of Citi Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz and Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin, is today releasing Netverify Mobile for Android.... Keep reading ?
At the Wall Street Journal's Unleashing Innovation Conference, Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin discusses what might lie ahead for the popular social network, and whether Facebook should buy LinkedIn.
Facebook Inc. co-founder Eduardo Saverin said he sees greater investment opportunities in Asia
Just as the promising but eventually tumultuous friendship between Mark Zuckerberg and Eduardo Saverin played out in The Social Network, so does the erotic, tense and poetic relationship between Allen Ginsberg and Lucien Carr in Kill Your Darlings, the directorial debut from John Krokidas. Show More Summary
Jumio, a digital payments and ID certification solutions provider backed by the likes of Citi Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz and Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin, is today releasing Netswipe Mobile for Android.... Keep reading ?
Jumio, the computer vision startup backed by $32 million in funding from Andreessen Horowitz, Eduardo Saverin and others, is today announcing the first travel application to integrate its Netswipe technology. The app involved is theShow More Summary
Back when Facebook first rolled out its IPO in the same smooth and easy fashion as an Olympic hurdler racing with his testicles twisted like a Navy Pier pretzel, Eduardo Saverin, Facebook co-founder, entered the crosshairs of some United States congressmen looking to make some noise. Show More Summary
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Digiday dug up Facebook's first-ever pitch deck from April 2004. Eduardo Saverin put it together to entice advertisers. Even then, two months after its launch, Facebook was a fast-growing phenomenon. The first slide begins with a quote from The Stanford Daily: "Classes are being skipped. Show More Summary
"Classes are being skipped. Work is being ignored. Students are spending hours in front of the computer in utter fascination. Thefacebook.com craze has swept through campus." A quote from The Stanford Daily, this was the title page of Eduardo Saverin's ad-sales media kit in 2004.
Here's an unusual Facebook advertising artifact. Jack Marshall at Digiday got his hands on the original slides that first Facebook investor, and first CFO, Eduardo Saverin used to pitch Facebook in 2004 to advertisers. The site was only two years old. Show More Summary