In a tale of two Zuckerbergs, social media giant Facebook has threatened to sue Mark Zuckerberg, an entrepreneur from Israel, with the two now embroiled in a biter legal battle.
on 12/19/2011 – Made popular on 12/19/2011
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s talk with TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington drove up Facebook stock 4.58% in after-hours trading today.
The stock closed at $19.43 today but rose to $20.32, up 4.58% (at the time of publication) in after hours trading, by the time Zuckerberg left the stage.
Zuckerberg spoke energetically and candidly about the company’s stock, mobile strate
Aaron Greenspan, a programmer and web entrepreneur who was a contemporary of Mark Zuckerberg’s while the two were students at Harvard University, has released a new batch of instant message conversations that allegedly took place between himself and Zuckerberg in 2004.
When discussing social media and how he uses it for his political work as Mayor of Newark, Cory Booker called out Facebook CEO Mark Zuckberg as an “American Hero” for his work on connecting the world.
As you might know, Booker worked with Zuckerberg to bring $100M in funds to schools that needed it in Newark, New Jersey.
Critics claim Facebook is losing its cool among kids and expect teens to start tuning out in favor of hip apps like Snapchat, but CEO Mark Zuckerberg says “based on our data, that just isn’t true.” Zuckerberg said on today’s earnings call that “we believe we have close to fully penetrated the US teen demographic for a while,” and that teens remained steadily eng
“If it’s just about tech wanting to hire more people, not as impressive” commented one of Mark Zuckerberg’s 18 million Facebook followers. “It’s definitely not just about tech immigration” Zuckerberg shot back in the comment thread for a video he’d posted from his political advocacy group FWD.us.
During the Q&A portion of the Facebook earnings call, Zuckerberg was asked if the company would ever charge for APIs. It’s an interesting question, and one that I’ve thought a lot about as I’ve watched Twitter change the way it works with developers.
After Facebook introduced “Home,” its new launcher for Android phones which will help you engage with your friends quickly without having to open the actual app, I asked Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg if such a product could ever find its way to iOS.
Clearly, the reason for “starting with Android,” as Zuckerberg put it at the beginning of the Home event, is because GoogleR