But we’re indulging in a little wishful thinking (it is Friday, after all) by imagining a Microsoft with an unconventional woman at the helm.
Editor’s Pick LeanIn.org’s editor-at-large posted on Facebook that she is looking for an unpaid intern. The Internet has responded with righteous indignation at the hypocrisy of an organization whose claims its mission is to support women’s professional growth.
Looks like Sheryl Sandberg is pleased with the company’s stock growth in the last couple weeks. The Facebook chief operating officer sold off $91 million worth of stock this week, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
“All four marketer segments are growing and contributing to our growth,” says Sandberg.
Earnings were great, growth was stellar, and for Facebook execs, all is right with the world of mobile.
The new-economy Internet company did it the old-fashioned Business 101 way: increasing income and radically decreasing expenses.
Facebook is reportedly working on a news-delivery service to add to its mobile offering. Sources familiar with the matter told the Wall Street Journal that the company has been working on the product for over a year.
Guest Post This Father’s Day, you can sit with your feet up waiting for your “Father of the Year” award, or you can try something different. Your ROI may not come right away, but you are making a valuable investment that will be passed on to future generations.
Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg covered a wide range of topics in a talk today, from women in business to Facebook’s growing mobile revenues.
Guest Post We live in a world where young, ambitious women will now contend with a new, and sadly pressured life question – are you “leaning in”?
Facebook exec Sheryl Sandberg said Facebook’s mobile ads will increase in engagement if not in number and called mobile more important than TV for advertisers.
Guest Post In the last three months I have had several of my female students or recent business school graduates tell me that their aspiration is to be a chief operating officer. What’s odd is that I never hear that from young male students.
Guest Post I know many women who are irked by Sheryl Sandberg’s dictum to “lean in,” the subject of her new book.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg sold 946,588 Facebook shares across two separate transactions on Wednesday, according to a new filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Yahoo! and Facebook may be joining forces.
If anyone has deep thoughts about the future of advertising, Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg and venture capitalist Marc Andreessen would be among them.
Should we all just bow down to Cheryl Sandberg now? What can this woman not do? Smart, technical, superrich, twice-successful entrepreneur, powerful, beautiful, a successful public speaker, a smart dresser: Facebook chief operating officer Cheryl Sandberg is now, apparently, also an author.
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.
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.
Ultraviolet, a new women’s rights group, today launched a campaign demanding that Facebook appoint at least one woman to its board before the company goes public.
Facebook has filed its S-1 form with the SEC, announcing its intention to go public.
Facebook CEO and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg claimed that Apple never tried to buy Facebook, and disclosed candid details about his conversations with Steve Jobs, in an exclusive interview with broadcast journalist Charlie Rose.
Mark Zuckerberg isn’t the only Facebook employee using Google’s new social offering, Google+. At least 62 Facebook employees have signed up for the competing social service, according to an unofficial list compiled by Huffington Post Senior Editor Craig Kanalley.