From Mark Zuckerberg ducking the Russian hacking hearing to Maxine Waters “reclaiming her time,” here are some of the best and worst moments in leadership. On the heels of a roller-coaster 2016, we’ve discovered just how far from “normal” current events can be. Show More Summary
Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg, two of the wealthiest and most successful people in the world, both credit reading as integral to their success. Gates, the former CEO of Microsoft, reportedly reads 50 books a year. In 2015, Zuckerberg,...Show More Summary
GUEST: Ever since the Chinese Government banned Facebook in 2009, Mark Zuckerberg has been making annual trips there attempting to persuade its leaders to let his company back in. He learned Mandarin and jogged through the smog-filled streets of Beijing to show how much he loved the country. Facebook even created new tools to allow China […]
Circa-1929 unit renovated from top to bottom Consider Billionaires Row the Norma Desmond of San Francisco elite streets. Fair Oaks is where all the young, freshly-moneyed tech ilk want to call home. And it’s easy to see why: This five-block...Show More Summary
by Eli Sanders Just one of many, many pieces of election disinformation that spread on social media during the 2016 presidential election. Drew Angerer / Getty Images The Daily Beast reports: Three months after Mark Zuckerberg pledged to stop external forces from disproportionately affecting U.S. Show More Summary
Just months after Facebook executives sought forgiveness with elected officials over the fake news and thousands of dollars in Russian political ads, it’s happening again. A report from the Daily Beast revealed Monday that Alabama senate candidate Roy More is benefiting from Facebook ads from...
Three months after Mark Zuckerberg pledged to stop external forces from disproportionately affecting U.S. elections, targeted ads are bombarding voters in a pivotal Senate race.
From the worst data breach ever and Mark Zuckerberg's VR tour of Puerto Rico to Google's trifecta of gadget pain, these are the worst tech fails of the year.
In an interview last year, Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg went on the record stating: "We're entering this new golden age of video. I wouldn't be surprised if you fast-forward five years and most of the content that people see on Facebook and are sharing on a day-to-day basis is video." This trend is...
For the past five years, Mark Zuckerberg and several other Silicon Valley A-listers have sponsored a prize for outstanding science. Known as the Breakthrough Prize, the award’s monetary value is more than twice that of the Nobel—recipients find themselves with $3 million unexpected dollars to...
• Many of the wealthiest people on earth are married to people who are very successful in their own right. • The world's top billionaires are married to an award-winning novelist, a pediatrician, and a powerful philanthropist, amongShow More Summary
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced he's taking off from work for the rest of December to spend time with his new daughter who was born in August.
The Winklevoss twins are officially Bitcoin billionaires. Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss (hereafter: Winklevi), are perhaps most famous for suing Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg after he allegedly stole their idea and turned it into the social media goliath now known as Facebook. Show More Summary
The Facebook CEO said “you’ll hear from me a little less” during his time away in December
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he's taking parental leave this month to spend more time with his daughters.
Social media giant offers generous parental leave benefits; US among the stingiest countries in offering paid time
Veteran plant scientist Joanne Chory wants to engineer a new root that will suck excess carbon dioxide out of the air. She hopes the drought- and flood-resistant crop could also feed the world. On Sunday, Chory was awarded $3 million...Show More Summary
The streets of San Francisco are paved with young men wearing hoodies, jeans, and T-shirts — the tech bro uniform popularized by the likes of Mark Zuckerberg and other tech executives. In 2014, Stanford graduates Jessica Lee and Lizzie Agnew decided to offer a fashionable alternative for women out of their home base of San Francisco. Show More Summary
NEW YORK (AP) — Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he's taking parental leave this month to spend more time with his daughters. Zuckerberg said on Facebook and Instagram over the weekend that "you'll hear from me a little less" during...Show More Summary
After suing Mark Zuckerberg over the idea for Facebook, Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss invested part of their payout in Bitcoin. Read more... More about Facebook, Technology, Mashable Video, Stocks, and Money