Venture firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers has brought in a slew of new hires (and made some promotions) to its investment team, including the addition of alumni Eric Feng. Other notables include naming Arielle Zuckerberg associate partner — many may recognize her as the sister of Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg, but she’s cut her […]
Connect. It just might be the word of the year. At the United Nations, Mark Zuckerberg and Bono issued a call to “unite the earth” and, with other global opinion shapers and business leaders, released a Connectivity Declaration to “connect the world.” The U.S. Show More Summary
The classic look of a tech CEO has evolved over the years from Steve Jobs' black turtleneck to Mark Zuckerberg's hoodie to — Evan Spiegel's corduroy suit? The Snapchat CEO is the cover star of this month's Vogue Italy, L'Uomo Vogue,Show More Summary
Tech titan Mark Zuckerberg is currently the 16th richest person in the world with a net worth of $38.6 billion. And as one of five co-founders of the social networking website Facebook, Zuckerberg is currently the chairman and chief executive of Facebook, Inc. bringing in a whopping $1 salary for [...]
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg recently announced that his company is working to bring Internet access to parts of sub-Saharan Africa as more of the continent comes online.
It was the chicken, vegetables, and bag of licorice that did her in. Gwyneth Paltrow gave herself a C- on the $29-a-week Food Stamp Challenge, and even predicted at the outset that she’d never make it through. Self fulfilling prophesy or no, subsisting on very little money is hard—and most of the planet’s poorest people do it on $2 a day or under. Show More Summary
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is starting to seem a little weary of repeating the same defense of Internet.org, his non-profit initiative to bring free internet services to people around the world. Critics, particularly in India, have been calling Internet.org an affront to the principles of net neutrality. Show More Summary
I can see why Mark Zuckerberg thought Facebook Reactions were a good idea. Worn down by years of users asking him why there was no to "dislike" things on Facebook, he finally saw a way to give them an alternative to the Like button without...Show More Summary
Mark Zuckerberg announced that Facebook is planning on launching a satellite into space with the hopes of sending free wireless Internet back down to Earth in remote parts of the world. Zuckerberg revealed that the satellite is currently being built and is expected to launch in 2016. Show More Summary
Late last month, former Intel CEO and Chairman Andy Grove was given the honor of the 2015 Legendary Leader award at the 5th Annual Churchills. During the event, venture capitalist Ben Horowitz came on stage and played a heartwarmingShow More Summary
At the annual F8 Facebook developer conference in September, CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg unveiled something new coming to your News Feed. It’s called 360 Videos, and Zuckerberg thinks it’s the future of watching videos. In a nutshell, 360 Videos is Facebook’s name for 360-degree videos, a new type of interactive video that is gaining popularity. Show More Summary
On Thursday, Facebook began to roll out a set of “emoji reactions” that sit next to the traditional “like” button on the social network. These six emojis represent love, haha, yay, wow, sad, and angry. Mark Zuckerberg has said that this feature came out of a desire of users for something akin to a dislike button. Show More Summary
Bottom line: Mark Zuckerberg's increasingly blatant groveling in his effort to bring Facebook to China could backfire if he's not careful, and instead he should work behind the scenes and be patient for approval that could come within the next one - two years. There’s still more than two months left in the [...]
Animated emojis are coming to Facebook! Or that's what appears to be happening after the social media site's CEO Mark Zuckerberg released a video (below) introducing the new buttons called, "Reactions." Rather than creating a "dislike" button, the tech company has decided to explore an online option that allows users to express themselves with a broader range [...]
Every good tech mogul needs a look. Steve Jobs had the turtleneck. Mark Zuckerberg has the hoodie. So when Jack Dorsey took the stage in New York City on Thursday in his first public appearance as CEO of both Twitter and Square, all eyes were on Dorsey. Show More Summary
Last month, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sent shockwaves through the social media community when he announced that Facebook was working on way to enable people to respond to content beyond just Likes. Now, Facebook has unveiled that alternative, with Reactions to provide users with a whole new way to register emotional reactions to posts.
Mark Zuckerberg recently inferred that Facebook was looking to expand its Like button, leading many to believe that the oft-requested Dislike button was coming. Facebook calmed those rumors, and has now revealed its new experiment that may become the expanded Like button. [...]
VideoWell before you answer that question, it's already been answered for you as Mark Zuckerberg told the crowd at the Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit in San Francisco on Wednesday that it is. So I guess you can stop reading now. Oh ok, you can keep reading if you must but really if MZ [...]
A few weeks ago, Facebook's creator Mark Zuckerberg announced that the social media site would be adding a "dislike" button to cover all those instances in which you want to express a feeling toward a post but a "like" wouldn't...
About a month ago, Mark Zuckerberg announced that a possible "dislike" button was coming to Facebook, immediately sending the Internet into a frenzy. Zuckerberg finally followed up on that statement as the company is rolling out "Reactions,"...Show More Summary