Mark Zuckerberg is an American internet entrepreneur and the co-founder and CEO of the world's largest social networking website Facebook. 36-year-old Zuckerberg became the world’s youngest billionaire at age 23. More
The Facebook honcho joins the small club of Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates which also includes Amazon's Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is the world's richest individual, while Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is the fourth-ranked billionaire.
The chief executives of the country's largest tech companies – including Zuckerberg, Amazon Inc's Jeff Bezos, Sundar Pichai of Alphabet Inc's Google and Apple Inc's Tim Cook – gave virtual testimony before the U.S. House Judiciary Committee's antitrust panel.
In less than four months, Jio Platforms has attracted a staggering Rs 152,056 crore from a total of 13 investors by shedding around 33 percent stake
Facebook commissioned the audit in 2018 as part of its response to a range of criticism over issues such as data privacy, voter suppression, incitement of violence and a lack of transparency in political advertising.
Cox left Facebook in March last year after Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg revealed a plan to transform the world's biggest social network into an encryption-focused messaging company.
The researchers wrote the Facebook CEO asking Zuckerberg to "consider stricter policies on misinformation and incendiary language that harms people," especially during the current turmoil over racial injustice.
While Mark Zuckerberg did not mention Kapil Mishra's name, it appears that he hinted at a particular video being linked to the Delhi riots.
Zuckerberg did not promise specific policy changes in a Facebook post, days after staff members walked off the job, some claiming he kept finding new excuses not to challenge Trump.
His critics, however, are multiplying. Some employees have publicly quit over the issue and civil-rights leaders who met with him Monday night denounced Zuckerberg's explanation for choosing to leave Trump's posts alone as “incomprehensible.”
Even so, the weekend criticism marked a rare case of high-level employees publicly taking their chief executive to task, with at least three of the seven critical posts seen by Reuters coming from people who identified themselves as senior managers.
Republican Trump, who accuses social media firms of bias against conservatives, without evidence, stepped up his attacks on Twitter after the company put a fact-checking label on two of his tweets about mail-in ballots on Tuesday for the first time.
Facebook Inc's Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg, commenting on U.S. President Donald Trump's threats against social media companies
But he also dashed a Silicon Valley dream: that tech workers would be able to take their generous salaries with them as they flee the Bay Area's crushing housing costs, dirty sidewalks and crowded roadways.
Zuckerberg said the world's largest social network would start "aggressively opening up remote hiring" in July, expecting that about half its workforce would eventually do their jobs outside Facebook's offices over the next five to 10 years.
Musk, who has often made outspoken and even inflammatory comments on conference calls and on Twitter, said in comments to analysts on Tesla Inc's earnings call that it was "fascist" to say people cannot leave their homes.
Moneycontrol's Sakshi Batra does a 3 point analysis to understand the broad contours of the deal and what it means for RIL’s shareholders now
The deal is a win-win for both companies. The investment values Jio among the top five listed companies in India by market capitalisation.
A look at some key takeaways from the big deal.
Anand Mahindra, who is quite active on the micro-blogging site Twitter, took to his official handle to congratulate Ambani on his latest business move.
This is the largest investment for a minority stake by a technology company anywhere in the world and the largest FDI in the sector in India.
Financial and technological competitiveness of Jio increases significantly with Facebook investments for peers to catch-up and thus negative from a medium-term perspective.
With the Jio deal, Facebook can leverage the internet giants reach in India.
The deal is a win-win for both Facebook and Jio.
Despite both firms investing in technology companies, Facebook has a decidedly strategic angle to all its investments globally in India.