Chris Cox in particular needs to chill.
Chris Cox in particular needs to chill.
Facebook went public today with the stock price starting at $38. But what about the man behind the massive social network? We snooped around the web to see if he shared the same love for animals that we did and found out that he has an adorable Puli puppy named Beast.
As you may have heard, a bunch of people just acquired Scrooge-McDuck quantities of cash thanks to this morning’s Facebook IPO. So exactly who is walking around with an extra billion dollars in their bank account? Here’s a visual breakdown of everyone who sold their shares today, and how much they made.
On the day of Facebook’s IPO, I thought it would be nice to take a step back and take a look at the CEO since he started Facebook in 2004.
Tech IPOs aren’t all champagne and dump trucks full of cash. Before you jump at Facebook’s upcoming offering (set to arrive tomorrow), you might be wise to consider these past catastrophic, scandalous and downright embarrassing tech IPOs as cautionary tales. There were plenty to choose from.
His birthday comes at a milestone moment for the company he helped co-create: Facebook is set to start trading on the Nasdaq on Friday. Basically, it will be a $100,000,000 birthday gift. Let’s remind ourselves that Mark is still just a dorky everyman.
Unfortunately, it turns out Lincoln didn’t invent Facebook — but it wasn’t as far-fetched as it seemed. We’ve dug up six other versions of Facebook from the pre-Zuckerberg era, covering everything from outlaws to high society.
With its new app store, Facebook has finally closed the loop. And we’re all inside it.
How many would you like to buy?
Obama might have said it best tonight: “The world has lost a visionary and there may be no greater tribute to Steve’s success than the fact that much of the world learned about his passing on a device he invented.”
Following the news of Steve Jobs’ passing tonight, Zuckerberg promptly updated his status about his mentor and friend.
At the tail end of last week, Mark Zuckerberg unveiled a host of big changes to the world’s most popular social network. Here’s what you need to know.
This clip from the 2005 documentary ‘Now Entering: A Millennial Generation’ features a younger Mark Zuckerberg drinking beer and talking about his new startup, Facebook. You can read more here! Watch Video ›
On Tuesday evening, he was the most followed Google+ user. Today he’s nowhere to be found. Privacy’s nice, isn’t it Mark? View List ›
Mark Zuckerberg has taken the admirable, thoughtful step of only eating those animals that he has slaughtered himself. He slits their throats and then sends them to a butcher to be dressed. As we follow Mark on his conscious, ethical journey, here’s a quick list of the animals who have fallen under his knife so far. View List ›
He’s finally “In a relationship.” After being with Priscilla Chan for seven years, Mark Zuckerberg has finally got around to announcing they are going out. View List ›
Mark Zuckerberg created a Facebook profile for his new puppy. His name is Beast and he is cuter than God. According to the profile, Beast is a type of Hungarian Sheepdog known as a Puli. “Puli,” in Hungarian, means “brilliant public relations strategy to soften your image.” View List ›
Last minute, Best Picture-themed suggestions for your Oscars Party spread. Don’t just serve James Franco-American SpaghettiOs or Black Swanson TV dinners, make your guests some fancy 127 Hours d’oeuvres! Winter’s Bone appetit! Ugh. Suggest your own awful food-related-Academy-Awards-puns in the comments! View List ›
Although it wasn’t a romantic evening with just the two of them. A whole slew of business titans, including Steve Jobs and Eric Schmidt, were also at the dinner. It was part of the Obama Administration’s outreach efforts to the business community, specifically looking for ways to help boost America’s tech industry. View List ›
Everyone was a good sport.
Total mindfuck. View Image ›
Katy Perry was getting chummy with Mark Zuckerberg at the Facebook headquarters. Internet titans collide, hug. Zuckerberg looks just as befuddled as we are by this scenario. View List ›
The truth about Mark, or maybe a huge Billboard Fail? View Image ›
TIME magazine has named their 2010 person of the year, and as usual, it’s pretty controversial. Some people are probably going to be pretty shocked by this one, but in many ways, it was inevitable. Read More ›
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg has officially become the second youngest person ever to be named Time Magazine’s Person Of The Year. Zuck beat out both the Tea Party and Julian Assange to claim this year’s spot. Well deserving! View Image ›