4:30 pm, December 8th | by Hillary Reinsberg
There’s some news from the West Coast today: Facebook has announced it’s “reorganized” its technical teams, with five new product leads who will report directly to Mark Zuckerberg. Guess what? They’re all dudes!
3:30 pm, November 8th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Last night, Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg appeared on Charlie Rose, where they spoke about everything from Google and Apple to what it’s like being a woman in Silicon Valley. Sandberg had some interesting things to say about that — she argued that it’s women, not the industry, who need to make a change.
6:15 pm, November 7th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Apple and Amazon are cool though.
9:20 am, October 14th | by Amy Tennery
Art imitating life? Looks like Mark Zuckerberg and Sean Parker’s rocky relationship in “The Social Network” might have translated in the real world, after the pair got into a public brawl at an LA nightclub — or not. It depends on whom you ask.
5:13 pm, September 23rd | by Hillary Reinsberg
“I’m just saying I need to do something substantial in order to get the attention of the Phoenix Club.”
11:34 am, July 5th | by Amy Tennery
Oh my — looks like Mark Zuckerberg is now the most popular person on yet another social network: Google+.
It’s a development that must sting for Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin — the Facebook founder now has 29,543 followers on Google’s beta version site, the most of anyone currently on Google+ (Page and Brin have 19.878 and 15,646, respectively), according to Fox News.
7:00 pm, June 30th | by Hillary Reinsberg
On a jaunt to the Facebook’s Seattle office, Mark Zuckerberg said Facebook was “launching something awesome” next week, according to Reuters. Fine, Mark, just take all the attention away from Google+. Don’t give up until Facebook wins!
This “awesome” “something” was developed in the Seattle office, which has previously played key roles in Facebook’s mobile efforts, so a fair guess would be that the bright and shiny unveiling next week will be in that same realm. iPad and iPhone owners, can we get a “please let it be us”? If you’ve used Facebook on an Apple product – as, well, millions upon millions of people do – you can attest to the fact that the current apps and mobile offerings are pretty limited for a web company.