Facebook is in hot water for both helping turn America’s collective brains into mush and exposing millions of users’ data to shadowy political operators. But now Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has an open invitation to tell Congress his side of the story. That is, if he accepts an invitation sent out today by the Senate…
In his new, obsessively documented mission to gather (and probably, in some way, monetize) the authenticity of Common People, Facebook’s putty-faced CEO is doing exactly what common people do: showing up to places uninvited, unannounced, and demanding absolute secrecy from strangers.
Update 09/01/17: In addition to Zuckerberg, it appears that users cannot block his wife, Priscilla Chan. An earlier update incorrectly stated users now could and we regret the error. In 2010, a Facebook spokesperson told Mashable, “This error isn’t specific to any one account. It’s generated when a person has been…
Mark Zuckerberg is building a wall on his 700-acre Hawaii parcel of land, and his neighbors are pissed. Somewhere, Donald Trump is thrusting his tiny fists in the air, furious that he’s been ousted as the world’s resident wall-loving entrepreneur.
Some of the most powerful people in the tech world are dumping buckets of ice water on their heads. No, they haven't lost it. They're doing it for charity.
Do you want to know what power is? Power is going up on a stage, yammering about very little for half an hour, and boom, a few days later your company is worth nearly $7 BILLION more than it was a few days ago.
Presenting "Fund Me Maybe," the worst "Call Me Maybe" parody yet to hit the internaughts. It's about venture capital and Silicon Valley and love, maybe? Anyways. It's horrible, and the band performing it (Feedbomb, because of course that's what they'd call themselves) is fronted by Mark Zuckerberg's sister Randi.
Attention hasty commenters and people who are friends with them: the benevolent decision-makers at Facebook are doing you a solid; over the next few days, Facebook will be rolling out the ability for users to edit their own comments.
Facebook has added probably the facebookiest emoticon imaginable to its chat service menu. Yup, a twee, tiny Like button can now be inserted into conversations by typing (y).
The Facebook IPOcalypse continues, free falling first, now barely recovering. We don't know if it's going to be the most successful opening IPO in history but, right now, it seems they may have broken the record for the fastest traded record in history.
Zuck! You ol' devil. As part of Facebook's upcoming IPO you're going to sell 30.2 million shares at a price somewhere between $28 and $35 per share, which we'll just call a billion dollars because it's a nice big round impressive number. Congrats! At least someone's going to be getting rich off of this thing.