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Facebook Stock: Analyzing 5 Key Suppliers (FB)

In 2004, Mark Zuckerberg, Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz and Chris Hughes created Facemash, which later became Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ: FB ) in Zuckerberg's Harvard University dormitory room. At first limited to Harvard students, ... Investopedia, 1 month ago

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Business Insider Australia, 2 months ago

Facebook Messenger has a new hidden secret!

Remember that adorable hidden basketball game Facebook Messenger got you excited about a while back? If that wasn't your sport of choice, theyve just unleashed a secret soccer game in honour of Euro 2016 & Copa America. If you haven't caught the ...
 Daily Times2 days ago How Facebook Evolved into a Social Media Giant  Yahoo! 7 Finance1 month ago
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Facebook plan lets Zuckerberg sell stock, keep voting control

Facebook shareholders will vote Monday on a proposal that would enable co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg to sell stock while maintaining his ironclad control of the company. The vote is largely symbolic — Facebook's board has signed off on the ...
 San Francisco Chronicle.com1 week ago How Zuckerberg made Facebook crush Google+ weeks ago Facebook Makes Move for Zuckerberg's Power If He Leaves  Newser3 weeks ago Facebook proposal plans for post-Mark Zuckerberg era  SiliconValley.com3 weeks ago

"Safer, Stronger Communities." A Young Tech Couple Embraces Criminal Justice Reform

Social media has been powerfully leveraged by recent movements like Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street, and Black Lives Matter. When the events of Ferguson, Missouri were unraveling last year, my first instinct wasn't to turn on CNN, but rather log on ...
 Inside Philanthropy2 weeks ago
Business Insider Malaysia

19 tech titans who are giving away their billions instead of leaving it to their families

REUTERS/Tim Shaffer EBay founder and chairman Pierre Omidyar Some entrepreneurs who have made billions off of their tech ventures like to spend their fortunes in pretty extravagant ways , whether it be on private planes, summer homes, or even ...
 Business Insider Malaysia3 weeks ago
Entrepreneur PH

These people landed a job via a single tweet

Finding a job, especially one you really want, is not easy. But, sometimes, all it takes to get through the door is a bit of imagination, creativity and social-media know-how. If executed correctly, you could end up like these folks, out of the ...
 Entrepreneur PH4 weeks ago How These Creative Go-Getters Used Social Media to Score Awesome Career Opportunities  Entrepreneur.com1 month ago

Secretive AI Startup Pioneers Artificial Imagination

In the influx of deep learning startups, one stealth mode venture, Vicarious, has already made something of a name for itself. As reported in MIT Technology Review , the Silicon Valley-area companyis working to give computers the power of ...
 HPC Wire4 weeks ago Inside Vicarious, the Secretive AI Startup Bringing Imagination to Computers  Technology Review1 month ago

Why Every Company Should Have A No Meeting Day

I asked seven billionaires to give me their No. 1 piece of advice for productivity and time management. To my surprise, many referenced the evils of meetings, and it was Mark Cuban who told me, "Never take a meeting unless someone is writing you a ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago

Dating Scene: Which of the Emerging Philanthropists Are Making Campus Gifts?

Fundraisers everywhere are keen to get their hands on the mountains of new wealth that have built up over recent years, particularly in tech and finance. Many end up deeply frustrated. It isn't easy to connect with emerging philanthropists, who ...
 Inside Philanthropy1 month ago

Want to Save the World? Try Using Cold Hard Cash.

One afternoon in the spring of 2008, two graduate students, Michael Faye and Rohit Wanchoo, met with a Harvard Business School professor in an office in Cambridge. They had a simple idea for a charity: Instead of giving poor people food or cattle or ...
 The New Republic Online1 month ago
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