Facebook's CEO shared wisdom on hiring and delegation during the latest installment of 'Q&A with Mark.'
Facebook has created more billionaires under 40 than any other company.
That as well as 4.5 million jobs in 2014, according to a new study by consulting firm Deloitte & Touche.
Virtual reality goggles, drones and data centers are all driving a hiring spree at the big social network.
In his third-ever town hall-style Q&A, the Facebook founder discussed some misconceptions that surround entrepreneurship.
Whether they dropped out or stuck it out, going to college more than paid off for today's top tech startup billionaires -- higher ed skeptic and Stanford alum Peter Thiel included.
The political and commercial implications might have squashed the deal, however.
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With the social media juggernaut's acquisition of voice-recognition software startup Wit.ai, Mark Zuckerberg's empire is going to have access to data about how you sound.
As part of an initiative entitled 'A Year of Books,' the billionaire will read a new non-fiction book every other week.
In previous years, the billionaire has learned Mandarin, worn a tie to work every day and only eaten animals he personally slaughtered.
The media maven offers a candid look at her 'lopsided' life as a working mother and explains how she prioritizes her time.
Could the photo-sharing tool be Zuckerberg's greatest 'steal'?
Among the tech elite, it was a good year for Jack Ma, Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg. For Jeff Bezos, not so much.