Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook exploring possibility of spreading internet through drones & satellites

Mark Zuckerberg-led social networking giant Facebook is working on drones and other new technologies to spread internet access to every corner of the world.

Zuckerberg, founder and chief executive officer, yesterday revealed a new lab, dubbed the Facebook Connectivity Lab, where engineers are building flying drones, satellites as well as infrared lasers that will beam internet access to the two-thirds of the world not yet connected.

Gates, Zuckerberg star in short film promoting computer code learning

Microsoft chairman Bill Gates, Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter founder Jack Dorsey and some other technology veterans starred in a short film directed by Lesley Chilcott to promote computer code learning in schools.

In the short film titled "What most schools don't teach" Gates, Zuckerberg and others recalled the time when they had first introduced themselves to coding. While some said that they started computer coding as early as in sixth grade, Facebook's first female engineer Ruchi Sanghvi said she started computer coding in college.

After 9 years, Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan tie the knot

In what was a very low-key affair, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, 28, tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend Priscilla Chan, 27, in the backyard of his Palo Alto, California, residence, on Saturday.

The surprise wedding marked celebration time for Zuckerberg and Chan who have been together for nine years, after they first met while attending Harvard. The news of the wedding came close on the heels of the much-hyped Facebook IPO and the rather lukewarm response which it got from the investors at the end of its debut day.

Facebook’s IPO road show got off to a “rough start”

With Facebook's May 18-scheduled initial public offering (IPO) of its stock on the NASDAQ round the corner, the social network has hit the road this week, with its IPO `road show', in an attempt to entice investors ahead of its forthcoming stock offering.

Mark Zuckerberg kicks off Facebook’s IPO road show

In an evident move to build up enthusiasm for Facebook's initial public offering (IPO), which could bump up the value of the popular social network to a whopping $96 billion, CEO Mark Zuckerberg kicked off the company's cross-country IPO road show in New York City on Monday.

The event at New York's Sheraton Hotel was heavily attended by prospective investors - though it was closed to the media - who had gathered at the hotel's ballroom to hear Zuckerberg, 27, pitch Facebook's eagerly-anticipated billion-dollar IPO.

Facebook reportedly gearing up for biggest-ever IPO for a Web company

Even though Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg has been stating since long that he is in no hurry to make Facebook go public, recent reports have revealed that the popular social network is gearing up for what will probably be the biggest-ever initial public offerings (IPO), thus far, for a Web company.

With Facebook reportedly heading towards an IPO, it is essential that CEO Zuckerberg, 27, and the company’s Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg, 42, can effectively assure the investors that the social network is all set for the big time.

Facebook's Zuckerberg says Ceglia contract is a fake

Recently a Wellsville man's lawsuit has been claiming that he has ownership of the social networking phenomenon by showing the emails and a signed document while Zuckerberg, owner of Facebook has said that these all are forged.

Mark Zuckerberg Only Eats Animals He Has Personally Killed

Facebook's famous creator Mark Zuckerberg has got a long list of things that he does when he is not building up the social network giant. And the list includes what he says, “things about the world that he wants to learn and is always trying to expand his interests and teach himself greater discipline”.

Time magazine names Mark Zuckerberg as 'Person of the Year' for 2010

Time magazine has named Mark Zuckerberg, the founder and CEO of Facbook, as the 'Person of the Year' for 2010.

Twenty-six-year-old Mark Zuckerberg is the second youngest person to receive the honour after 25-year-old Charles Lindberg, who was honoured with the same title in 1927.

Time magazine said they picked Facebook’s founder as the ‘Person of the Year’ as he changed the lives of the people in ways that were innovative as well as optimistic.

Legal war between Mark Zuckerberg and Winklevoss twins continue

Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, the twins who gained fame through their portrayal in the blockbuster movie "The Social Network," are reportedly preparing to sue Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg once again.

The Social Network portrays Mark Zuckerberg as a deceiving person who duped his colleague (Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss) in Harvard University to take full control of social networking platform Facebook.


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