Today on “Today,” Sheryl Sandberg dismissed Facebook’s role in the 2016 presidential election. Still, she didn’t want you to forget that Facebook plays a relevant part in political and social movements, just not in a way that went on to influence the results of the most divisive election in modern American history. “People come to Facebook to share what matters… Read More
NEW YORK (AP) — Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg says she doesn't think misinformation spread on the social media platform swayed the election in favor of President-elect Donald Trump. [...] she said Thursday during an interview on...Show More Summary
Sheryl Sandberg became the latest tech executive to play down the fake news problem on Thursday. The Facebook COO was asked on Today whether or not fake news stories spread on the social network had an influence on the US election. Her...Show More Summary
Facebook is doing a big public relations push today to promote its “Year in Review,” lists of the top topics and videos on the platform, and Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg appeared on the Today Show as part of the festivities. During her interview, Sandberg dodged questions on fake news and failed to provide… Read more...
“But we take that responsibility really seriously. And we’re looking at things, like working with third parties, helping to label false news, doing the things we can do to make it clearer what’s a hoax on Facebook.”
Facebook can't escape criticism about its role in distributing "fake news." Confronted with what you might call a gentle probing on The Today Show on Thursday, a top exec said the company is "working on it." "We've been working on this...Show More Summary
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Donation will be used fund initiatives on women's empowerment and building resilience after experiencing loss.
Sheryl Sandberg has made what is reportedly her largest single charitable effort, transferring 880,000 shares of Facebook stock—worth about $100 million—into a fund that will benefit a few of her pet causes. Sources told Recode thatShow More Summary
She gifted Facebook shares to a donor-advised fund named after her late husband, Dave Goldberg.
Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg has set aside about $100 million worth of Facebook stock to contribute to charitable organizations, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission document filed Wednesday. Sandberg’s...Show More Summary
Facebook Inc. Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg put more than $100 million into her charitable fund with plans to give to groups that promote women’s rights and help grieving families.
Adele and Joel Sandberg, the parents of Facebook COO and Lean In author Sheryl Sandberg, came from families who immigrated to the United States in the late 1800s ? and these experiences from both sides hugely shaped who they are today. In...Show More Summary
The cold email landed WayUp's CEO dinner at Sheryl Sandberg's house and conversations with executives at Match and Twitter. The cold email landed WayUp's CEO dinner at Sheryl Sandberg's house and conversations with executives at Match and Twitter. Show More Summary
The company’s Chris Cox and Sheryl Sandberg reflect on its evolving role.
Germany's fight against hate speech has reached Mark Zuckerberg himself. A German prosecutor has named Zuckerberg, Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg and European Facebook executives in a preliminary investigation, according...Show More Summary
It's one of the quickest ways to grow as a person.
Video is changing the way people consume content on Facebook, execs Chris Cox and Sheryl Sandberg said.
Video is changing the way people communicate on Facebook, execs Chris Cox and Sheryl Sandberg said.
It should come as no great surprise to anyone that Silicon Valley's tech billionaires are "in the tank" for Hillary. That said, emails like the one below from Facebook's Chief Operating Officer, Sheryl Sandberg, will never cease to be...Show More Summary