01.10.2012 [Business Insider] - Facebook CEO MarkZuckerberg is in Russia and just visited with Russian prime minister Dmitry Medvedev. Medvedev is the official widely viewed as a figurehead who swaps jobs with Russian president Vladimir …n to help …n get around term limits.
01.10.2012 [Christian Science Monitor] - Russia's communications minister tweeted that Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev urged Facebook CEO MarkZuckerberg to abandon plans to lure away Russian programmers and instead open a research center in Moscow. Zuckerberg was visiting Russia on
02.10.2012 [Forbes] - Facebook CEO MarkZuckerberg got some facetime with Russian Prime Minister Dimitri Medvedev on Monday, as part of a trip to boost the social network's standing in the country. Russia is the world's ninth-largest country by total population, but it only
01.10.2012 [Hollywood Reporter] - MOSCOW -- On his visit to Moscow, Facebook founder MarkZuckerberg posed for a photo on Red Square, had a meal at McDonald's and met with Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. our editor recommends. MarkZuckerberg adds Facebook COO Sheryl
04.10.2012 [CNN] - (CNN) -- In August Facebook revealed that its new headquarters in California, designed by Frank Gehry, will be, according to company founder MarkZuckerberg, "the largest open floor plan in the world". Over 3,000 people will work on moveable furniture
04.10.2012 [El Comercio.pe] - La red creada en el 2004 por MarkZuckerberg en un dormitorio de la Universidad de Harvard creció viralmente en América Latina en los últimos dos años, a medida que la clase media emergente se fue poniendo en línea. Facebook no divulga cifras, pero
03.10.2012 [Vanguardia.com.mx] - MÉXICO, D.F.- A pesar del desastroso debut que tuvo la red social que fundó MarkZuckerberg en la bolsa de valores Nasdaq en Estados Unidos en mayo, Facebook inició operaciones en la Bolsa Mexicana de Valores (BMV) con el pie derecho.
03.10.2012 [The Canberra Times] - Facebook Chief Executive MarkZuckerberg gestures as he addresses students at the Moscow State University in Moscow October 2, 2012. Photo: Reuters. The proposition that a person accused of a crime should receive a fair trial lies at the very heart of
"Facebook hilft, mit Leuten in Kontakt zu bleiben, die wir auch im echten Leben kennen. Mehr nicht. Wer glaubt, dass jeder Facebook-Kontakt ein Freund ist, der weiß nicht, was Freundschaft bedeutet." - www.gq-magazin.de, 29. Oktober 2008
03.10.2012 [Gizmodo UK] - Zuck's tour of the Red Menace just became zanier: after meeting with Russia's Prime Minister and giving him a t-shirt emblazoned with his Facebook URL, the IPO baller sat down with Russia's Jimmy Fallon. It's kind of hard to watch! Seeing Mark
01.10.2012 [GlobalPost] - MarkZuckerberg Dmitry Medvedev 1 10 2012. Russia's tech-savvy PM Dmitry Medvedev tweeted this picture of himself with MarkZuckerberg after their meeting in Moscow. He probably ought to have put it on Facebook. (Dmitry Medvedev/Instagram/Courtesy)
04.10.2012 [CU Columbia Spectator] - I don't bring this up to brag, since as a New Yorker, I obviously don't give special attention to celebrities, but only because I was with my friend, who apparently confused Eisenberg with his “Social Network” counterpart MarkZuckerberg (thus making
03.10.2012 [Russia & India Report] - The Tao of MarkZuckerberg. The most shocking thing about Zuckerberg, in the Russian context, is how low-key he is. Source: Gettyimages/Fotobank. I never thought that there would come a day when I would unabashedly cheer on MarkZuckerberg. After all
02.10.2012 [Pravda] - During his visit to Moscow, Facebook founder MarkZuckerberg had a meeting with Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev and then made an appearance on TV show "The Evening Urgant" on Channel One. The Facebook CEO talked to the host and then helped
01.10.2012 [The Atlantic Wire] - The best thing about MarkZuckerberg's visit to Russia is that we've figured out one more person who warrants a wardrobe change from the Facebook wunderkind. The second best thing? That we found out Dmitry Medvedev is a Zuckerberg fanboy.
01.10.2012 [Salon] - Zuckerberg goes to Moscow MarkZuckerberg (AP Photo/Paul Sa…, File). MarkZuckerberg met with representatives from the Russian government Monday in Moscow to help boost Facebook's presence in Russia. According to Agence France-Presse
01.10.2012 [Russia Beyond The Headlines] - On his Facebook page, revealed that MarkZuckerberg typically conducts personal job interviews with those who have unique and rare competencies. “Those who were interviewed have been telling me they were offered jobs and immediate 'evacuation' to
02.10.2012 [Register] - MarkZuckerberg ditched his trademark hoodie getup and pulled on a suit for a meeting with beaming Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev yesterday. The Facebook founder posted a photograph of his visit to the Russian leader's residence just outside
02.10.2012 [The Voice of Russia] - So, let's recap the first day of MarkZuckerberg's visit to Moscow. Well, first day of official visits - on Sunday he has visited downtown Moscow - specifically, the Red Square and was quite excited about that. The sights, such as the St. Basil's
28.09.2012 [Fox Business] - All of this begs the question: If MarkZuckerberg could take a mulligan on his decision to go public last May at an eye-popping valuation of $104 billion, would he? To be sure, Zuckerberg's hand may have been forced in deciding to go public by two
01.10.2012 [Betabeat] - Carsabi, a comparison shopping site for cars that graduated from Y Combinator this March, just announced that its cofounders would be joining MarkZuckerberg to “help Facebook users connect and share.” Facebook isn't actually acquiring Carsabi, just
02.10.2012 [Russia Beyond The Headlines] - During his visit to Moscow, founder and chief of the world's largest social network Facebook MarkZuckerberg has met with Yandex general director Arkady Volozh, a source familiar with the situation told Interfax. Representatives of Yandex, Russia's
11.09.2012 [San Jose Mercury News] - The highly-anticipated appearance of Facebook co-founder at TechCrunch Disrupt turned out to mostly live up to the hype. Aside from talking at the speed of sound, Zuckberge took on Michael Arrington's questions head on (mostly). Here's a sample of his