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Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg is an internet entrepreneur and the founder and CEO of Facebook.

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Mark Zuckerberg

Palo Alto, California, United States of America

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John Harris
January 20, 2020
the Guardian
'The most egregious aspect of the way Facebook treats politics remains untouched.' An anti-Facebook protest at the US Capitol Building in 2018. Photograph: Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call/Sipa USA/Rex/Shutterstock
Amy Chozick
January 17, 2020
www.nytimes.com
Adam Mosseri, chieftain of Instagram, wants to keep the platform a safe, special space. That means learning from the mistakes of its parent company: Facebook.
Amy Chozick
January 17, 2020
www.nytimes.com
Adam Mosseri, chieftain of Instagram, wants to keep the platform a safe, special space. That means learning from the mistakes of its parent company: Facebook.
Chris Ciaccia
January 16, 2020
Fox News
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has too much power, Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg said in an interview with The New York Times editorial board that was published Thursday.
Radio-Canada
January 10, 2020
Radio-Canada.ca
Le président-directeur général de Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, a dévoilé vendredi sa vision de la société à l'horizon 2030. Il entrevoit un monde où la réalité augmentée s'imposera, et selon lui, Facebook contribuera largement à cette révolution.
By Michael Thomsen For Dailymail.com
January 13, 2020
Mail Online
Over the last month, a select group of Facebook users have been given access to company's ambitious new redesign, codenamed 'FB5,' featuring Facebook Dating and the new Messenger.
Nellie Bowles
January 3, 2020
www.nytimes.com
The best stories that you might have missed.
Julia Carrie Wong and Botnik Studios
December 22, 2019
the Guardian
The Zuckerbot: 'I feel completely naked, and I have access to more information than 30,000 million per cent of the internet.' Illustration: Raj Dhunna/The Guardian
By Michael Thomsen For Dailymail.com
December 17, 2019
Mail Online
A new study from meteorologists in Japan predicts that 'once in a lifetime' snowfalls are five times more likely to hit Japan if climate change continues to raise global temperatures.
By James Pero For Dailymail.com
December 17, 2019
Mail Online
In a very public gesture on Tuesday, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey went out of his way to unfollow rival and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in a way that his many followers wouldn't miss.
Kevin Webb
December 17, 2019
Business Insider
Peter Thiel, an adviser to President Trump and member of the Facebook board, has caused divisions within the company for his involvement in politics.
Katie Warren and Meira Gebel
December 17, 2019
Business Insider
Many of America's longtime CEOs have weathered their companies going public, internal turmoil, and public scandals.
BBC News
December 3, 2019
BBC News
The Facebook CEO, alongside his wife Priscilla, also stressed the company should not be broken up.
Ben Gilbert
December 2, 2019
Business Insider
Mark Zuckerberg answered questions about his private October dinner with President Donald Trump for the first time, but he didn't share much.
Oliver Milman in New York
December 2, 2019
the Guardian
Zuckerberg told CBS: 'You know, I don't think that a private company should be censoring politicians or news.' Photograph: Xinhua/Barcroft Media
Zoe Kleinman
November 26, 2019
BBC News
The founder of Facebook has been criticised for the lack of diversity of his guests in a series of tech chats.
Mary Meisenzahl
November 23, 2019
Business Insider
Six people decide what information much of the world sees, according to Sacha Baron Cohen: Mark Zuckerberg, Sundar Pichai, Larry Page, Sergey Brin, Susan Wojicki, and Jack Dorsey.
Sacha Baron Cohen
November 22, 2019
the Guardian
'A sewer of bigotry and vile conspiracy theories that threatens democracy and our planet - this cannot possibly be what the creators of the internet had in mind.' Photograph: Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP
Siva Vaidhyanathan
November 22, 2019
the Guardian
'Zuckerberg continues to treat the Trump White House as just another potential regulator who must be charmed.' Photograph: Erin Scott/Reuters
Ben Gilbert
November 22, 2019
Business Insider
When Mark Zuckerberg was in Washington D.C. for a Congressional hearing this past October, he had a private dinner with President Donald Trump.
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