Mark Zuckerberg

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Zuckerberg: Sheryl Sandberg Isn't Leaving, and Neither Am I

He says reporters covering Facebook have a 'different world view'

(Newser) - Mark Zuckerberg says he doesn't plan to be Facebook's CEO forever—but he's certainly not going anywhere right now, and neither is his second-in-command, Sheryl Sandberg. Zuckerberg—who is facing renewed criticism after reports that the company hired a company to smear critics and ignored warning signs... More »

Zuckerberg: I Had No Idea About Anti-Soros Strategy

Sandberg also denies role in hiring firm that linked Facebook protesters to the financier

(Newser) - Mark Zuckerberg went on the defense Thursday after a damning report in the New York Times faulted him and COO Sheryl Sandberg for how they handled the Russian hacking controversy. "The reality of running a company of more than 10,000 people is that you're not going to... More »

Sandberg, Zuckerberg Get Slammed in NYT Report

Newspaper accuses the pair of trying to conceal Facebook's lapse on Russian hackers

(Newser) - A New York Times investigative story about Facebook presents a brutal picture of how Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg handled the controversy over Russian hacking in the 2016 election. The Times uses three words to sum up company strategy: "delay, deny, and deflect." The story, based on... More »

Vanity Fair Names 2018's 'Disruptors'

Students, CEOs, celebrities are among them

(Newser) - What do Kendrick Lamar, Robert Mueller, and the Parkland students have in common? They all land on Vanity Fair's 2018 "New Establishment" list, a hard-to-define (just check out the magazine's subhead) collection of "disruptors" —fresh faces and familiar ones "up to fresh tricks"—... More »

Hacker Proclaims He'll Go Up Against Facebook on Sunday

Chang Chi-yuan says he'll try to delete Mark Zuckerberg's page

(Newser) - If you're kind of down on Facebook these days, you may want to be up on Chang Chi-yuan. He's a Taiwanese hacker who says he plans to try to wipe out Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook page at 6pm local time (6am EDT) Sunday and will livestream the attempt... More »

Zuckerberg: My Honeymoon Kind of Had 3 People

Him, his wife, and Roman emperor Augustus, as the 'New Yorker' explains

(Newser) - The New Yorker is out with a lengthy profile of Mark Zuckerberg, and a Scrabble anecdote is drawing attention. It seems Zuckerberg was playing a friend's teenage daughter on a plane, and she beat him in the first game. Before game two, he wrote a computer program to have... More »

Pay Gap Between CEOs, Workers Just Jumped

The big bosses make 312 times more than their workers

(Newser) - For every dollar made by the average Facebook employee, Mark Zuckerberg earned $37 in 2017. As far as CEO pay goes, that's nothing. The CEOs of America's top 350 publicly held companies earned an average of $18.9 million in wages, bonuses, and stock options last year, or... More »

A Harsh Letter, a $16.8B Loss, and a Plan to Fire Zuckerberg

Facebook CEO didn't have a great week

(Newser) - Facebook shares plummeted 20% after market close Wednesday, and one person in particular felt it more than others. Bloomberg reports Mark Zuckerberg lost about $16.8 billion as a result of the dip, which would not only negate the nearly $14 billion he'd already gained this year—it would... More »

Zuckerberg Runs Into Backlash Over Holocaust Comments

He spoke of how Facebook wouldn't remove posts denying it took place

(Newser) - Mark Zuckerberg has found himself mired in a new controversy, this time stemming from comments he made about Holocaust deniers who post on Facebook. In an interview with Kara Swisher of recode, Zuckerberg was discussing the kinds of things Facebook does and does not take down, and he said that... More »

Before It Was Mature Facebook, Infant Facebook Was 'Wild'

'Wired' takes a closer look at Zuckerberg and his team during the social media giant's early days

(Newser) - It's true that Mark Zuckerberg jump-started Facebook in the spring of 2004 while attending Harvard, but it was in the infant firm's new home in Silicon Valley just a few months later where endless hours of frenetic coding, partying, and a "brogrammer 'tude" started to transform... More »

Move Over, Buffett. There's a New No. 3 on Richest List

Mark Zuckerberg had a very good day on Friday

(Newser) - Facebook shares climbed 2.4% on Friday to a record $203.23, reports Bloomberg , a performance fine enough to vault founder Mark Zuckerberg past the vaunted Oracle of Omaha on the list of the world's richest people. The surge put Zuck at a net worth of $81.6 billion,... More »

Nurses Want Zuckerberg's Name Off Hospital

Patients are concerned about privacy, they say

(Newser) - How would you feel about being a patient at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital ? For some patients, having the Facebook founder's name plastered on the hospital is worrisome—and over the weekend, nurses at the hospital staged a protest to push for Zuck's name to be removed,... More »

Facebook Is Getting Into the Dating Game

And more from the F8 developer conference

(Newser) - Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg gave the keynote address at F8, Facebook's annual developer conference, in San Jose Tuesday, and pledged the social network will fix its privacy problems—though he did not apologize for the recent Cambridge Analytica data-mining scandal. He did, however, poke fun at himself while unveiling... More »

He Took Billions From Facebook, Then Clashed With It

WhatsApp CEO sold company to Facebook in 2014, is now exiting over rumored friction

(Newser) - If you sold the company you co-founded for $19 billion in 2014, it makes sense that four years later you might decide to step down to focus on "collecting rare air-cooled Porsches, working on my cars, and playing ultimate frisbee," as Jan Koum wrote Monday on Facebook . But... More »

Facebook Pays $7.3M for Extra Zuckerberg Need

Apparently the world's richest man needs a little protection

(Newser) - Facebook's CEO may have earned a paltry $1 salary last year, but he still doesn't come cheap. The world's biggest social media network increased spending on Mark Zuckerberg's security by 50% in 2017, paying over $7.3 million to keep him safe, the Guardian reports. The... More »

One Question Illustrates Why Congress Can't Fix Facebook

Lawmakers just don't seem to understand how the company works

(Newser) - Now that Mark Zuckerberg has finished two days of testimony on Capitol Hill, one clear theme is emerging in coverage after the fact: Members of Congress, particularly senators in their 70s and 80s, seem to lack a fundamental understanding of how the company works. That should "give everyone serious... More »

Mark Zuckerberg Gets Grilled in Congressional Hearing Round 2

Members of Congress seemed better prepared on Wednesday

(Newser) - Mark Zuckerberg appeared to endure a tougher round of questioning in the House of Representatives on Wednesday than he did Tuesday in the Senate. While CNN called Tuesday's Senate hearing on the Cambridge Analytica data privacy scandal "softball," the Facebook CEO received a more intense grilling in... More »

Zuckerberg Says He Was One of the 87M

Facebook CEO's own data was scooped up by Cambridge Analytica

(Newser) - Mark Zuckerberg was back on Capitol Hill Wednesday, and he told lawmakers in a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing that his own Facebook information was compromised in the Cambridge Analytica scandal, with Zuckerberg numbering as one of the 87 million users whose data was shared. Reuters reports he didn'... More »

'Your User Agreement Sucks': Big Moments From Zuck Testimony

Everything you need to know about Mark Zuckerberg's day on Capitol Hill

(Newser) - The first couple hours of Mark Zuckerberg's Senate testimony Tuesday were, as Time puts it, "tedious." Lawmakers' questions made it clear they don't quite understand all the ins and outs of social media (the Week says Zuck spent a fair amount of time explaining how the... More »

Zuckerberg Confirms Facebook Is Working With Robert Mueller

Facebook founder says he has not been personally interviewed

(Newser) - Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, testifying before Congress Tuesday, said his company is "working with" special counsel Robert Mueller in his probe into Russian interference, the AP reports. Earlier this year Mueller charged 13 Russian individuals and three Russian companies in a plot to interfere in the 2016 presidential election... More »

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