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The scuttlebutt around the tech/media internet water cooler over the past few months is that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is going to run for President in 2020. This feeling has been fueled by Zuck’s goal for this year of visiting the remaining 30 or so US states that he has yet to visit and the way in which he’s been documenting his trips. Show More Summary
Mark Zuckerberg took a bold step when, in 2015, he posted a statement about how he and his wife were struggling with infertility
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On June 22, Facebook hosted an exclusive summit for group admins. The Facebook Communities Summit, which was held in Chicago, showcased new features that group admins can make use of to help people who are a part of their communities...Show More Summary
SKYNET SMILES, PREPARES FOR 2020 ELECTION: Shot: Why humans must accept that robots make better decisions. —The London Telegraph, today. Chaser: Will Mark Zuckerberg Run For President? He’s Hanging Out In Iowa Right Now. —Bustle.com, yesterday.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is still on his listening tour/presidential campaign test run and he's been very busy the last few days. Just moments ago he showed up in Omaha to visit the Pride Festival. But Friday's late-day stop to speak with truckers in Iowa has to be one of the most illuminating moments from this odd circus. More »
Everyone's best friend, Mark Zuckerberg, has a new Facebook story and he's having a great time in Iowa. Zuckerberg used Facebook stories—that product Facebook introduced to add onto Instagram Stories but that hasn't quite caught on yet—to document his trip midwest. Show More Summary
"I'm visiting small towns in Iowa, and just stopped in Wilton, population 2,800," says Zuckerberg, presumably somewhere on the path to running for President. He seems to be wondering why people even live in Wilton, Iowa. I mean, his theme is economic mobility demands geographic mobility. Show More Summary
A senior US Energy Department official appointed by the Trump administration once described Barack Obama as a “Kenyan creampuff”, Mark Zuckerberg as an “arrogant, self-hating Jew” and climate scientists as “cultists” and “nuts”, according to a report. Show More Summary
Summary: When asked about his life’s work, Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has traditionally fallen back on a somewhat nebulous answer: making “the world more open and connected.” It was an almost quaint euphemism for the company’s more capitalistic goals of vacuuming up the attention of billions of humans and selling boatloads of advertising.
Mark Zuckerberg is a famous dude and, as fans do with anyone who is famous, they like to show their appreciation in... inventive ways. One particular fan of the Zuck decided to really nail down her love for the Facebook founder. On Thursday,...Show More Summary
In the wonderful world of outrageous nail art, this is one manicure you're sure to "like." Mark Zuckerberg, the man behind Facebook, posted a photo on his Instagram of some very on-brand nail art, and it is really something. This is a first. Show More Summary
Faced with growing divisiveness, Facebook has expanded its mission to building community.
Facebook announced a massive change today. CEO Mark Zuckerberg declared the company with nearly 2 billion monthly active users has a new mission statement: Give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together. The old mission was “give people the power to share and make the world more open and connected.” Facebook may […]
Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg took a step toward defining a new vision for the social-media company as it grapples with how to handle its growing power in the world.
Facebook has a new mission statement. Instead of making the world "more open and connected," Facebook's goal now is to "bring the world closer together," CEO Mark Zuckerberg said at a Thursday event in Chicago for Facebook group admins. The...Show More Summary
Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg used the social network's first-ever Facebook Communities Summit in Chicago to reveal the social network's new mission--"bring the world closer together"--as well as new tools for group administrators to help them do just that. Vice president of engineering Kang-Xing Jin described the new tools for admins to manage and...
Facebook sees Groups as the core of its push to “build community,” as Mark Zuckerberg detailed in his 6,000-word humanitarian manifesto. So today at its Communities Summit in Chicago, where it assembled 300 admins of top Groups, Facebook is making good on Zuckerberg’s promise to give admins more tools to manage their flocks. Read More
Last night in an interview with CNN, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced a major overhaul to the largest social media company on Earth, one that might finally fix many of the lingering issues its leadership has been hesitant to address. I'm kidding, it's a new mission statement. More »