PewResearch has announced the results of its Web IQ study today, revealing that most Americans can’t recognize Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and don’t know what Moore’s Law relates to. Released today, the report looked at 17 different aspects of technology by presenting questions to just over 1,000 internet users based in the US. Show More Summary
If Sheryl Sandberg is the poster child of the one percent of women having it all, the mighty women driving Monster Jam trucks serve as feminist exemplar for the other 99 percent.
The tech executive followed a road that very few have traveled.
When "Makers," the documentary series about the women's movement and female pioneers, first interviewed Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg and Yahoo chief executive Marissa Mayer, the two made waves. Sandberg confessed that she leaves...Show More Summary
· Posture critic Sheryl Sandberg ditched her Atherton McManse. · Like an evil Buzzfeed, this map for data miners will judge you by your zip code. · Watch the Bay Area reassemble itself after Loma Prieta. · After taking...
There may be more female CEOs in the Fortune 500 than ever before. Sheryl Sandberg may have sparked a movement for women to take charge of their careers. And social media may have lashed out when Microsoft's CEO told women to trust the system rather than ask for raises. Yet despite all these signs that attitudes toward women in power are improving, some […]
Facebook COO and leaning advocate Sheryl Sandberg has parted with her very upright Atherton manse to the tune of $9.25M. Sandberg and her husband, SurveyMonkey CEO David Goldberg, first listed the property back in September 2013 for a slightly...
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg just sold her 11,430-square-foot estate in Atherton, Calif., (the town recently coronated the "Most Expensive Zip Code in America" by Forbes magazine) for $9.25M. Completed in 2004, the gated home has seven bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms, as...
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg has offloaded her seven-bedroom home in ritzy Atherton, California, Trulia reports. According to property records, the couple sold the property for $9.25 million in September. They recently upgraded to a sleek contemporary home in nearby Menlo Park, closer to Facebook headquarters. Show More Summary
What do you get when you talk to a group of teen and tween girls about gender roles and stereotyping? A lot of surprisingly insightful opinions. This past spring, in the midst of heated public debate surrounding Sheryl Sandberg's "Ban...Show More Summary
Proffering career advice more analogous to The Secret than Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In: Women Work, and the Will to Lead, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella told women in the tech industry that asking for what you're worth isn't the best way to get ahead. Show More Summary
Furors over domestic violence and concussion risks have made U.S. football and boss Roger Goodell vulnerable. An unconventional idea for a replacement is Facebook’s No. 2. Sandberg would bring the female presence the league needs. She, too, might have something to gain.
Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly was interviewed by Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg yesterday at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit in Laguna Niguel, California. Sandberg says she “just cold called” Kelly last year after the Fox News anchor...Show More Summary
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg gets downright emotional when talking about her current favorite Facebook page. It's called "My Stealthy Freedom" and it shows Iranian women risking severe punishment by daring to take off their head scarfs out of doors. Show More Summary
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PRNewser: Subway’s new ad is stupid, lazy and sexist. But don’t forget what’s important — the chain’s food tastes like garbage. AllFacebook: Sheryl Sandberg sold 283,334 shares of Facebook. We did the math, and that works out to about “a lot more money than you have.” GalleyCat: Good news for kids and nerdy adults — J.K. Show More Summary
Tomorrow, the tables will be turned from their interview earlier this year, as bestselling author and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg will interview Fox News’ Megyn Kelly. The women will speak at Fortune’s “The Most Powerful Women” conference in California, focusing on Kelly’s career path to Fox News primetime. Show More Summary
For minorities, there is a big difference between having an anger problem and having a problem that makes you angry. There was an effort recently to ban the word "bossy", spearheaded by Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg. The reasoning...Show More Summary
Change depends upon women and men working together to transform the social structures of work and family life. When the COO of Facebook writes a book about women and leadership, the world takes notice. Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In: Women,...Show More Summary
In recent days, we have heard extensively from women's voices; people like Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, Chief Operating Officer of Facebook Sheryl Sandberg, and activist Malala Yousafzai, buzz through the media. Both here at home andShow More Summary