Police arrested Paul Ceglia this week for forging documents in his years-long lawsuit against Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
Zynga didn’t get much love from Facebook today.
Mark Zuckerberg made it clear that he wasn’t impressed by how little gaming is contributing to the social network’s bottom line, saying overall payments from Zynga had declined 20 percent.
Editor’s Pick Entrepreneurs flocked to Stanford University to hear Mark Zuckerberg, the T-shirt wearing chief executive, open up about the early days of Facebook.
60 drinking songs in 60 minutes and you, too, can have permanent liver damage!
Facebook unveils its first ad to celebrate its latest milestone. We have no idea what it means.
Today, roughly 14 percent of the world’s population can complain about politics in their status updates.
A lot of investors are hoping for a recovery in Facebook’s stock. But before you dive back into the stock, consider that it might be poised to fall lower, possibly to $15. Here’s an analysis of why. One interesting thing to consider is the impact of the restricted stock the company is issuing to its employees. …
Mark Zuckerberg gives his first interview since the company’s IPO at Tech Crunch Disrupt
Wildly popular photo-sharing service Instagram has now surpassed 100 million users, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said today at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg didn’t mince words today about the company’s past mobile strategy.
Facebook’s first insider has promised not to sell any of his holdings in the social network for at least one year.
Not even the finance-agnostic Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg can ignore Facebook’s lackluster stock performance.
Less than two weeks after Facebook’s stock price hit a low of $20.84 comes the reminder that about two billion more shares will hit the market between now and May, 2013.
Social sans commerce: here we come.
The new social utility that serial entrepreneur Dalton Caldwell started in response to being, in his words, screwed by Facebook, is live. App.net, which Caldwell ran a Kickstarter-ish campaign to fund, blew through its $500,000 goal and currently sits at $595,150.
Facebook Stories launched yesterday and my reaction was a kind of “meh.” But today I think I completely missed the point. In the fresh light of a new dawn, I think it’s nothing less than the future of news.
The social network barely exceeded Wall Street’s already-tempered expectations by posting $1.18 billion in revenue and earnings per share of $0.12 for the second quarter of 2012.
Ahh, the world is a wonderful place. And truth is indeed sometimes stranger than fiction.
Mark Zuckerberg giveth and he taketh away. Facebook users are reporting today that they can no longer see the real-time “Ticker” that describes their friends’ activities on the right side of the Facebook home page.
Guest Post Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg famously commented that a great engineer is worth a 100 average engineers (something every developer knows deep in their heart). He was talking about A-players, and in my opinion the worst thing any startup can do is accept less than the best and brightest.
Facebook began trading on the public markets for the first time today, and at the company’s headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif., excitement levels were high. Here’s a look inside.
That little anecdote about Facebook’s roadshow meeting in New York was widely reported this past week, but it’s being picked up as symbolic of Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg’s indifference to Wall Street.
We’ve got a look at the full schedule of Facebook’s IPO roadshow, the event where the social network travels the country and shows off its company to investors and banks in anticipation of going public.