According to Facebook Chief Operating Officer and author Sheryl Sandberg, "Social gains are never handed out they must be seized." Recently, I was invited to speak at a faith-based community behavioral health luncheon. I spoke about therapeutic justice, ending the criminalization of people with mental illness, and the role of the U.S. Show More Summary
Adam Grant is not your typical business school professor. Just 34, he reached tenure while still in his 20s and finished his doctorate in less than three years. He writes op-eds with Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg and got a book blurb from the likes of J.J. Abrams, the director...
There's no question that the achievements of women like Sheryl Sandberg and Lori Goler of Facebook mean a lot. However, when Sandberg's book Lean In came out, there was some opposition to it, as some thought it tone-deaf when it comes to things like white privilege, or issues of class. Show More Summary
How Patty McCord created what Sheryl Sandberg called "the most important document ever to come out of the Valley." It's easy to forget that before it became the streaming giant it is today with hits like Making a Murderer, House of Cards, and Orange Is the New Black, Netflix was a DVD-by-mail business. Show More Summary
Adam Grant is not your typical business school professor. Just 34, he reached tenure while still in his 20s and finished his PhD in less than three years. He writes op-eds with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and got a book blurb from the likes of J.J. Abrams, the director of the new "Star Wars" film. His 2013 book, "Give and Take," which […]
Watch out, Twitter. Facebook just reported knock-out Q4 earnings and during the company's call, COO Sheryl Sandberg said that the social network planned to invest more in Twitter's bread-and-butter: real-time sharing. Facebook recently...Show More Summary
Facebook's COO calls it “a ‘like’ attack.” [ more › ]
Some of the business world's top figures sounded off on Twitter from the annual World Economic Forum meeting. Here's what a few of them had to say.
Gender issues took center stage Friday at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, as a panel of all-star voices on the topic chatted about the benefits of gender diversity in the workplace, how to get more women into leadership roles and the systematic biases that women face. Show More Summary
Sandberg took the stage at the World Economic Forum this week to discuss her current views on the state of gender parity.
Technically Incorrect: Speaking at the World Economic Forum, Facebook's COO says positive speech can fight terrorism. Is she positive about that?
Bwa ha ha ha ha! Snort! Giggle… Oh, that’s rich. Facebook CEO Sheryl Sandberg is hysterically funny for an elite fascist. At Davos, she called for a ‘like attack’ on
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg said "counter-speech" is best way to combat terrorist propaganda. On the same day that a Google's exec proposed locking ISIS out of the open web, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg spoke about using Facebook to combat the group's terrorist propaganda, reports The Guardian. Read Full Story
At the World Economic Forum and international billionaire side-hug exercise in Davos, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg cited “like attacks” and positivity as ways to fight hate groups online. I know tech companies are struggling to meet the US government’s increasingly forceful pleas to eradicate terrorist activity on the internet, but this is getting ridiculous. Read more...
Having announced plans earlier this week to invest $1.09 million in a government-backed initiative with the “objective of combating extremism and hate speech on the Internet,” Facebook’s COO Sheryl Sandberg has now elaborated on what that might look like. Show More Summary
The best way to combat hate speech is with overwhelming acts of tolerance, including "like attacks," Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg said during a panel at the World Economics Forum. She shared the story of how a German NGO dedicated to combatting...Show More Summary
Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg announced an initiative aimed at encouraging Internet users to speak out against hate speech.
Kevin Abosch may have the best network of anyone in Silicon Valley. He's met every high-powered executive from Google Chairman Eric Schmidt to Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg to Twitter's Jack Dorsey. But he isn't a tech executive running a Fortune 500 company or a multi-billion dollar startup. Show More Summary
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg has taken aim at Europe in a new interview, criticising "poorly designed regulation" and calling for a "pro-innovation" environment. Speaking to The Financial Times, the social network's chief operating officer...Show More Summary
On Monday evening, Facebook's COO Sheryl Sandberg announced in Berlin the launch of a new campaign against extremist speech on the Internet, called Online Civil Courage Initiative (OCCI). The initiative is supported by the German Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection, and is a partnership between Facebook, the London-based "think [...]