TMunity says it is raising $100 million from investors including Sean Parker's Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy, drug giant Gilead Sciences and Ping An Ventures, the venture arm of China's largest insurance company.
Sean Hayes is breaking out his boogie shoes! The Will & Grace star and Best Actor in a Comedy Series stopped to chat with E!'s Nina Parker on the red carpet at the 2018 SAG...
Arizona head coach Sean Miller had some positive praise for senior point guard Parker Jackson-Cartwright.
After former company president Sean Parker said Facebook was exploiting human psychology to the detriment of its users, and ex-vice president of growth Chamath Palihapitiya implied that Facebook may be responsible for creating "tools...Show More Summary
NEW YORK (AP) — Some of Facebook's former friends are starting to express some serious doubts about the social network they helped create. Facebook exploits a "vulnerability in human psychology" to addict its users, Sean Parker, the company's first president, said in a public forum last month. Show More Summary
Spencer Clinton Parker and I are so thrilled to share with you the next step of our adventure together! Check out our video for the announcement! (Click HD to watch!) #love #husbands #gay #fairytale Posted by Sean Gannon on Tuesday,Show More Summary
Comcast is officially pulling the plug on an online address book called Plaxo on December 31. Plaxo isn't well known these days but it is a startup founded by famed Valley entrepreneur and investor Sean Parker. Parker's experience at...Show More Summary
Napster founder and Facebook investor Sean Parker recently shared how Facebook optimizes its user experience around certain psychological vulnerabilities. Now, I want to brighten the mood and tell you that everyone is capable of using your information to tweak how you engage with their app. SEE ALSO: Sean Parker made billions off of Facebook. Show More Summary
$1 billion. That was the price tag for what's cool, according to Justin Timberlake Sean Parker's conversation with Facebook cofounder Mark Zuckerberg. Apparently, it's still true. Musical.ly just sold to Beijing Bytedance Technology, the companies announced Friday. Show More Summary
Parker said the site created a "social-validation feedback loop... exactly the kind of thing that a hacker like myself would come up with."
Are Facebook and other social media companies intentionally exploiting people’s psychological vulnerabilities to keep them addicted? You bet, says Sean Parker, who made a fortune as an early Facebook investor and its first president....Show More Summary
Sean Parker, the visionary techno-elf who cofounded Napster and served as Facebook's first president, seems to have some regrets about building the social behemoth that's taken over our world, telling an audience this week, "God only knows what it's doing to our children's brains." More »
Sean Parker was the founding president of Facebook, but now he worries about the impact of social media on children.
A Conscientious Objection Sean Parker, the founding president of Facebook, was interviewed onstage yesterday at an event held by Axios at the Constitution Center in Philadelphia. The topic was cancer innovation, but the conversation turned at some point to Parker’s time at Facebook during its early years. Perhaps emboldened by social media’s recent PR problems, […]
The social network’s former president hurls criticism on the company he helped nurture.
Facebook’s first president Sean Parker unleashed his ire on social media in a shocking interview with Axios. In the candid interview, the Napster co-founder revealed that the popular social network was meant to be addictive. Parker was...Show More Summary
"God only knows" what Facebook is doing to our children's brains.
"God only knows what it’s doing to our children’s brains," said Sean Parker, the company's founding president.
Sean Parker unloaded on the company he helped build, and joked that Mark Zuckerberg would probably block his Facebook account.