Chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg didn’t leave Facebook for Disney, or to run for public office, and she said Tuesday that she’s not leaving the social network for a cabinet position, either.
Facebook COO says she wouldn't lean into a cabinet job if Hillary Clinton is elected.
Facebook’s Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg, responding to speculation she might join a future Hillary Clinton administration, said she plans to stay put at the social-media giant and doesn’t intend to take a role in governme...
Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg honored the memory of her late husband’s 49th birthday with a touching tribute she posted to the social media site. “Today would have been my husband Dave Goldberg’s 49th birthday,” Sandberg posted Sunday night. Show More Summary
Sheryl Sandberg honored her late husband Sunday on what would have been his 49th birthday. The Facebook COO wrote an emotional tribute on her Facebook page to mark the day, which also fell on Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. Sandberg's...Show More Summary
Facebook's COO offers insight on how the company is pushing clients to take advantage of the smartphone revolution. Facebook's COO offers insight on how the company is pushing clients to take advantage of the smartphone revolution. Facebook's...Show More Summary
Companies can start to overcome that by setting goals and measuring progress, the Lean In founder writes—and by encouraging women to keep negotiating.
When it comes to advertising, small screens are the new big screens, says Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg.
First on "CBS This Morning," Facebook's Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg shared good and bad news from her new study about women in corporate America
Following a debacle last week over the way Facebook (FB) accounts for time spent by users watching ad-backed videos, the company’s COO, Sheryl Sandberg, took to CNBC to talk with contributor Julia Boorstein about how the company is accountable. Sandberg...Show More Summary
Women are still underrepresented in management positions, but they are asking for equality more than ever. Facebook's COO weighs in.
Kim Scott's experience working for Sheryl Sandberg at Google was the basis for her new book Radical Candor. Here Scott talks with Inc. editor-at-large Kimberly Weisul about the leadership style.
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In case you missed the hot, speculative news about the 2016 presidential race, The Huffington Post’s Ben Walsh and Ryan Grim reported that sources close to GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump are saying that he’d be inclined to appoint...Show More Summary
By: Rob Smith Rumors are flying that Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg is in the running to take over as Treasury Secretary in a potential Hillary Clinton administration. Though the Clinton campaign says conversation about her cabinet isShow More Summary
Sheryl Sandberg, everyone’s favorite purveyor of corporate feminism, is rumored to be in talks with Hillary Clinton about serving as the next Treasury Secretary. The rumor isn’t exactly new, but Sandberg has long denied that she would...Show More Summary
Top exec Sheryl Sandberg apologizes to Norway PM Erna Solberg, who posted it, saying “we don’t always get it right”
"Even with clear standards, screening millions of posts on a case-by-case basis every week is challenging. Nonetheless, we intend to do better." [ more › ]
"These are difficult decisions and we don’t always get it right"
Sheryl Sandberg sends letter to Norway's PM, saying Facebook faces many challenges, and on decision to censor iconic war photo, they were wrong