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.
6:30 pm, November 3rd | by Hillary Reinsberg
Everyone’s always talking about how great it is to work at Facebook. The gourmet cafeteria must be really awesome, but maybe less so when you’re eating there for three meals a day, seven days a week.
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.”
5:36 pm, September 22nd | by Amy Tennery
For those of you who are missing it, Facebook is currently holding its F8 conference today, during which Mark Zuckerberg rolled out all kinds of fun, new-fangled features for the social media site. But that wasn’t really the part we cared about. (Come on, “Timeline?” Great. That just means I have to erase half my life.) The best part, as far as Mogulite is concerned, was Andy Samberg’s epic impersonation of the Zuck.
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.