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Mark Zuckerberg Wants To Be A Feudal Lord Too, Damn It

Zuck’s coming for you, Ellison. Facebook founder and billionaire Mark Zuckerberg (a human who is 30-and-one-half years-old) is reportedly the buyer of 375 acres on the North Shore of the Hawaiian island of Kauai, a parcel that was recently on the market for $75M. Show More Summary

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Mark Zuckerberg Reportedly Buys 375 Acres in Hawaii — Design News

Mark Zuckerberg may be saying Aloha to Hawaii. The billionaire Facebook founder reportedly purchased 375 acres on the island of Kauai for $66 million. The parcel includes a working organic farm, 2,500 feet of white sand beach, and nearly a mile of ocean frontage. READ MORE »

Tech Titans: Did Mark Zuckerberg Just Drop $66M on 375 Acres in Hawaii?

Facebook founder and billionaire Mark Zuckerberg (a human who is 30-and-one-half years-old) is reportedly the buyer of 375 acres on the North Shore of the Hawaiian island of Kauai, a parcel that was recently on the market for $75M.....

Mark Zuckerberg Will Not Let Larry Ellison Keep Hawaii To Himself

Welcome to the latest installment of Billionaire Musical Chairs. This week's round was a doozy. Billionaire Mark Zuckerberg zoomed past billionaire Larry Page, as billionaires-in-training watched the net worth from the sidelines. The real action, however, was on the real estate front. Read more...

Facing the Beach | Fight On | Calling Mr. President

AllFacebook: Mark Zuckerberg and his wife have purchased a 357-acre beachfront estate for $66 million. Somehow, this made checking Facebook today a little less fun. TVNewser: Bill O’Reilly said “Mr. Colbert and others of his ilk have no bleeping clue how to fight the Jihad,” which is news to us. Show More Summary

The quiet riot against Facebook Messenger

Mark Zuckerberg's newest headache: Users are revolting after being force-fed a new mobile service

Is Ello A Serious Threat To Facebook? Here Is What We Think

“For men may come and men may go But I go on forever.” - Alfred Lord Tennyson The one person who can actually sing it today is perhaps Mark Zuckerberg Social sites have sprung up, stayed around for a while. And then vanished without leaving behind a trace. Show More Summary

Mark Zuckerberg Buys Massive Hawaii Plantation, Report Says

Mahalo, Mark Zuckerberg. The Facebook founder apparently isn't content with his multimillion-dollar mansion in San Francisco's Dolores Heights neighborhood, despite its renovations that require the presence of up to 50 workers. He has...Show More Summary

Mark Zuckerberg Made More Money Than Any Other American This Year

The 2014 Forbes 400, an annual ranking of the 400 wealthiest Americans, launched Monday. One thing's certain: The rich keep getting richer. Mark Zuckerberg, the 30-year-old cofounder and CEO of Facebook, became the 11th richest person in the U.S., with a net worth of $34 billion. Show More Summary

What the Zuck?: A 357-acre beachfront plantation on the...

A 357-acre beachfront plantation on the Hawaiian island of Kauai recently sold for about $66 million, and the Business Times has pegged Mark Zuckerberg as the likely buyer. The tropical paradise, last owned by the California-based investment firm Falko Partners,...

Facebook's Atlas ad platform will track you around the internet

Facebook's sufficiently chummy with advertisers that some people have gone and built their own social networks to escape Mark Zuckerberg's clutches. For those who remain, however, it's now going to be even harder to avoid people using your personal...

There goes the neighborhoods: 6 billionaires who ruined their surrounding environs

Mark Zuckerberg & Co. have constructed lavish estates with little regard for their neighbors' comfort or privacy

Why Facebook, Inc. Shouldn't Be Afraid Of Ello

Ello is all the rage now, positioning itself as an ad-free "anti-Facebook." Should Mark Zuckerberg be losing any sleep?

Americans’ Wages Stagnant at 1988 Levels

For nearly two years, multibillionaire Mark Zuckerberg has been one of the most vocal comprehensive immigration reform leaders. Zuckerberg, whose net worth Forbes estimates at $33 billion and who on

Mark Zuckerberg Pays Kids to Squat in Parking Spots Overnight

The extravagant renovation of Mark Zuckerberg's $10 million San Francisco "fixer-upper" has already aggravated neighbors with months of noise and parking concerns. But Zuckerberg's own actions are making the impacts of the ongoing 17 month project worse. Show More Summary

Neighbor Claims Mark Zuckerberg Hired People To Save Parking Spots Overnight Near His San Francisco House

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is doing some pretty extensive renovations on his house in San Francisco, and it's really annoying his neighbors. Round-the-clock construction work has led to disruptive noise, and no-parking signs have blocked off portions of the street, nearby residents have complained. Show More Summary

What the Zuck?: Curbed SF has uncovered photos of...

Curbed SF has uncovered photos of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's insane home renovation. Google Street View images from August show the type of insanity neighbors would naturally be a little peeved over: two port-a-potties, blocked roads, cones, piles of what...

What the Zuck?: Mark Zuckerberg's Insane Reno Caught on Google Street View

Earlier this week Mark Zuckerberg's Liberty Hill neighbors complained to the Chronicle and NBC about the Facebook founder's 17-month-long construction overhaul that has torn up their sidewalks, left them without street parking, and put the block under the watchful...

We Live in the Future, Where Technology Is About Everything but What the Customer Wants

6 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Frederic Legrand / Shutterstock Mark Zuckerberg doesn't give a fuck what you want. Technology is supposed to be about making life easier, about giving us what we want when we want it. Of course, it doesn't work out that way; usually technology is about shifting one immediate need at the expense of another. Show More Summary

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