Mark Zuckerberg, the 33-year-old founder and CEO of Facebook, has a net worth of $74 billion and counting. He's currently the fifth richest person in the world, according to Bloomberg's Billionaires Index, but it seems he doesn't have a taste for opulence. Show More Summary
How Silicon Valley Makes Everybody Angry Of all the fantasies about how the internet would improve our lives, the notion that connectivity automatically brings people together is the most alluring. Mark Zuckerberg’s oft-repeated promise to create a “global community” on Facebook is merely the most...
Facebook recently announced the launch of a revamped video streaming service aptly called “Watch.” Despite the hype, we should be careful jumping to the conclusion Mark Zuckerberg and his Facebook behemoth have their sights set on Hollywood. Show More Summary
Mark Zuckerberg’s company may be taking plenty of heat in the media, but numerous experts think there’s little regulators will do to punish it. Amid the widespread furor over the spread of Russian propaganda on Facebook and other platforms, several U.S. Show More Summary
Bill Gates announced that he would invest more than $1.7 billion in public education. Mark Zuckerberg invested $100 million into Newark Public Schools in 2010 and it was largely seen as a failure. Gates wants schools and educators to...Show More Summary
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg will not publicly testify before Congress about Russia's use of social media to influence US elections. The company is instead sending its top lawyer, Colin Stretch to testify on November...Show More Summary
Newly daubed graffiti on the Israeli wall cutting off the occupied West Bank lambasts US President Donald Trump and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. The work has appeared in recent days after secretive Australian artist Lushsux crowdsourced...Show More Summary
The common narrative is that Facebook is beating Snapchat, in part by cloning it's most popular features within the Facebook owned Instagram app. But a key demographic - American teens - clearly didn't get Mark Zuckerberg's memo. _____________________________________ Related articles 7 Instagram/Snapchat Story Rules For Musicians Instagram isn't the only...
Mark Zuckerberg unveiled a grand 10-year plan last year for his social networking giant. But another business leader is swooping in with something far greater: a 300-year plan. His name is Masayoshi Son, and he's the man behind a $100...Show More Summary
Mark Zuckerberg’s social network once again makes a play to appeal to young users.
Andela, which has attracted the attention and money of people like Mark Zuckerberg, trains and employs workers in Africa to do programming.
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Mark Zuckerberg said Facebook wants to reach a goal of getting a billion people into virtual reality. Speaking at the fourth annual Oculus Connect event, he said that Facebook is moving VR in that direction with new models such as the $200 standalone VR headset Oculus Go and the upcoming wireless version of the Rift, […]
The episode depicts Mark Zuckerberg as a bumbling, relentlessly annoying nerd with a dubbed video game voice, stealing from peoples' refrigerators and engaging in fake kung fu fights with people, repeating "You think you can block me? I will not be blocked." [ more › ]
Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, injected a dose of optimism into the crowd at the Oculus Connect event this week at the San Jose Convention Center when he set a goal of getting a billion people into virtual reality. That’s reassuring in a way, since the Oculus Rift, the Samsung Gear VR, and other virtual […]
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As Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg slowly began admitting his company’s role in the massive breach that allowed Russian operatives to target millions of voters with ads during last year’s presidential election, people who were with him at the company’s inception are horrified at the...
Facebook, which acquired Oculus in 2014 for $2 billion, is gearing up for a populist VR push. On Wednesday, CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed at a developer conference that the company will launch a stand-alone VR headset called the Oculus Go for consumers sometime early next year. Show More Summary
Facebook—along with Twitter and Google—is under new scrutiny for its role in allowing Russian-linked accounts to spread misinformation around the 2016 election. Mark Zuckerberg dismissed the influence of the false and manipulative posts masquerading as news immediately after the election. Show More Summary