Facebook’s stock has more than doubled in the past three months. Now Twitter’s timing for its IPO looks even better.
Plus 10 sex tips from R. Kelly songs, Mark Zuckerberg’s unexpected role in Grand Theft Auto 5, and an incredibly fun, insanely difficult Jared Leto age quiz.
If he’d do it again, he wouldn’t wait quite so long, he said. He talked about it on stage at TechCrunch’s annual Disrupt conference in San Francisco.
“These are issues that don’t just touch our part of the industry but really touch the whole country and touch what is right for us to do as a people.”
Facebook has a little update to News Feed coming out today. More interesting, however, is the story behind it.
Jeff Bezos just bought The Washington Post for $250 million. It’s certainly not the weirdest investment he — or other techies — have ever made though.
The Facebook founder spoke publicly for the first time about the urgency of comprehensive immigration reform. “Anyone who knows a Dreamer knows they’re not,” he said as a diverse crowd featuring tech leaders and undocumented immigrants in San Francisco cheered.
The Facebook CEO will speak publicly for the first time about comprehensive immigration reform at a screening of Documented. “Zuckerberg cares about what’s good for his industry but he’s not limiting it to that,” America’s Voice founder Frank Sharry says.
Shares of Facebook, led by founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, soared after the company reported blowout second quarter results Wednesday.Investors applauded the social network’s gains in mobile advertising, which now accounts for 41% of all its advertising revenue.
Most of Facebook’s new users come from emerging markets and don’t generate as much money for the social network. As a result, Facebook has to find ways to make more money off its current users.
The social network surprised on the massive upside, outshining Google and Apple. Its mobile business is maturing at an even quicker clip than some aggressive estimates.
Just moments ago, Facebook unveiled a new video-sharing option for Instagram. It’s the fourth big “product unveiling” the company’s had this year, none of which has significantly moved the stock in either direction.
Nearly half of all top developers now use Facebook’s mobile app install ads as a main channel to acquire traffic.
The Facebook founder met with South Korean President Park Geun-hye in Seoul on Tuesday, to discuss ways to spur entrepreneurship and tech innovation in the country. The occasion prompted a rare wardrobe upgrade for the Zuck, who switched his iconic hoodie for a suit.
On the surface, hashtags will help Facebook users engage in “public conversations.” More importantly, they will help brands target advertising more precisely, which will benefit Facebook’s business as well.
Facebook held its annual shareholder meeting today. On deck: questions about mobile, advertising, and why doesn’t my News Feed do what I want it to do?
The world’s leading website is having a lot of difficulty advertising itself.
A lot has happened since Mark Zuckerberg took Facebook public in one of the biggest tech IPO’s of all-time a year ago today. Not all of it has been good.
Tiger Woods, Mark Zuckerberg, Richard Branson, Bill Gates, or Donald Trump? Look at the facts.
The “like” button is the glue that holds Facebook together. But do Facebook users still use it?
Plus a major Ryan Gosling anniversary, Alec Baldwin’s 10 best scenes ever, and something ABSOLUTELY INSANE from Singapore.
The new iMadeFace app, available in the Apple Store, helps turn you into a cartoon. And of course, the internet is already on the celebrity fan art.
Fundraisers in Beverly Hills and Silicon Valley, and a fan-base that includes Mark Zuckerberg. A “huge gulf” between Christie’s popularity and record, says Henne.
The N.J. governor, who vetoed a bill last year to legalize same-sex marriage, is off to a fundraiser Wednesday at the home of Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan. The couple just attended Chris Hughes’ wedding, says Efthim.
The tech mogul and his wife “admire [Christie’s] leadership on education reform and other issues and look forward to continuing their important work together on behalf of Newark’s schoolchildren,” a spokesperson tells BuzzFeed.
Now, cakes and pools are like Facebook. New photo-ads posted to Facebook’s Facebook page read like 6th grade book reports. Does Mark Zuckerberg “like” this campaign?
In this tech boom, all of the action is happening in San Francisco’s most hipster of hoods. A pied-à-terre for Zuckerberg.
It’s a powerful vote of no-confidence from a clairvoyant tech opinion leader.
In 2004, students at Brandeis University had a lively debate about privacy, security and other issues with Facebook. And also talked about ConnectU!