Mark Zuckerberg

Add Mark Zuckerberg's Favorite Songs to Your Playlists

These are the melodies that the young entrepreneur hears when he needs to motivate himself.

Entrepreneur en Español

· 1 min read

Facebook Will Stop Recommending Civic and Political Groups

The social network wants to ensure that communities are "healthy and positive."

Entrepreneur en Español

· 2 min read

Elon Musk Tells Followers to Use Signal Messaging App Amid WhatsApp Privacy Update

Musk tweets 'Use Signal' in an apparent attempt to discourage people from using WhatsApp, which has been asking users to agree to a new privacy policy.

Michael Kan

· 3 min read

Breaking Down the FTC Lawsuit Against Facebook

The FTC and nearly all U.S. states have sued Facebook for allegedly using its dominance in the digital industry to prevent fair competition.

Michelle Castillo

· 5 min read

15 Career Lessons From Elon Musk, Warren Buffett, Sara Blakely and Other Successful Founders

The lessons these founders can teach you - and how to apply them to your own career.

Jessica Thomas

· 1 min read

Facebook to Ban Holocaust Denial, Citing Rise in Anti-Semitism

'My own thinking has evolved as I've seen data showing an increase in anti-Semitic violence,' Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in reversing a company policy that allowed Holocaust denial on the social network.

Michael Kan

· 3 min read

WSJ: Mark Zuckerberg Used a Private Trump Meeting to Hurt TikTok

Facebook's CEO has been using meetings with regulators to stoke fears about its rival.

Daniel Cooper

· 2 min read

Facebook Offers Employees $1K, Extends Work From Home Policy to July 2021

The social network is reacting to 'guidance from health and government experts.'

Matthew Humphries

· 2 min read

Facebook Wanted to Buy Google? Zuckerberg Says It Was a Joke

During the antitrust hearing, Rep. Joe Neguse brought up an email as evidence that the social network is using acquisitions to eliminate the competition.

Michael Kan

· 4 min read

Facebook to Slap Labels on Newsworthy, But Rule-Breaking Posts From Politicians

In some cases, Facebook will leave up a rule-breaking post from an elected official because it's been declared 'newsworthy and in the public interest.' Now the company is going to label such posts to make this distinction clear.

Michael Kan

· 3 min read

Internal Strife Rages At Facebook Over Zuckerberg's Response to Trump

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Friday the company would leave up a post by President Trump which appeared to threaten U.S. protesters. Twitter placed the same post behind a block for "glorifying violence."

Isobel Asher Hamilton

· 6 min read