Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook looking at spring 2012 IPO

Facebook is reportedly considering going public in the spring of 2012, aiming to raise as much as $10 billion in the process.

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Why and how education needs to evolve

In an age where information is at our fingertips and student loans are threatening to topple our unstable economic state, isn't it time the higher education system found a way to adapt?

Computing

Mark Zuckerberg spills on Google, China, Steve Jobs, and the Facebook IPO

In an interview with Charlie Rose, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg were relatively open books on persisting questions regarding the company's place in Silicon Valley and future aspirations.

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Sean Parker sends his first tweet, quickly apologizes to Zuckerberg

Sean Parker park owner, and former Facebook president sends out his first tweet, and uses that tweet to apologize to Mark Zuckerberg.

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Video: Mad Men’s Don Draper sells Facebook’s Timeline

A parody video made from a scene from AMC's Mad Men actually does a very good job of selling Facebook's new Timeline feature.

Home Theater

Survey: Vast majority of Facebook users dislike new redesign

It seems like nothing really gets people more stirred up than change. Users of the social networking service Facebook are in an uproar about the new design changes announced this week.

Web

Gates still tops Forbes rich list, Zuckerberg jumps 21 places

The latest rich list from Forbes showing the wealthiest people in the US today sees Bill Gates still at the top, with Mark Zuckerberg jumping 21 places to the number 14 spot.

Computing

Report: Facebook may wait to file for IPO until late 2012

Facebook might decide to delay its IPO until late 2012 in order to keep focused on new products.

Social Media

The Winklevoss twins are now pistachio pitchmen

The Facebook litigation is over, but the Winklevoss twins are back, and this time they're selling Wonderful Pistachios. Check out the commercial below.

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Facebook finds digital proof that Paul Ceglia is committing fraud

Did anyone actually think Paul Ceglia's claim of owning the majority of Facebook was legit? After analyzing Ceglia's evidence, Facebook lawyers have taken a step closer to completely shutting down the lawsuit.

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Video: Can you pick out the Google Guru?

In 2000, Google co-founder Sergey Brin went on the TV game show "To Tell the Truth," and managed to successfully fool a celebrity panel into thinking he was not himself. Here's the video.

Web

Facebook’s Randi Zuckerberg quits to start media company

The sister of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is leaving her position as the social networking site's marketing director. Randi Zuckerberg will start own media company.

Social Media

Google+ expected to pass 18 million users, growth rate slows

With a bit more than three quarters of a million people signing up on Monday, the Google+ social network is still seeing major interest from the public, be it at a slower pace.

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Zuckerberg, Google execs go private on Google+

In a move dripping in irony, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has decided to embrace privacy on his Google+ profile.

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Mark Zuckerberg: The most popular person on Google+

Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has more followers on Google+ than any other person, including Google CEO Larry Page.

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