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 Putin to help Putin get around term limits.
03.10.2012 [Business Insider] - It's True! MarkZuckerberg Wears The Same Thing Every Day [PHOTOS]. Jay Yarow | Oct. 3, 2012, 11:30 AM | 25,506 | 8. Email; More. Share on Tumblr · Tweet. Email. Share on Tumblr. MarkZuckerberg. Julie Bort/Business Insider. MarkZuckerberg
18.09.2012 [Business Insider] - But the most interesting thing was this quote from Morin's former boss at Facebook, MarkZuckerberg. "I'm looking forward to working more closely together," Zuckerberg said. We've previously heard that Path is the one startup that makes Zuckerberg nervous.
03.10.2012 [The Daily Voice] - PURCHASE, N.Y. – Business leaders, looking for a way to keep the next MarkZuckerberg in Westchester, gathered for a roundtable discussion Wednesday at Manhattanville College. “It's a challenge for us,” said Laurence Gottlieb, Westchester's director of
02.10.2012 [Apple Insider] - In an interview with Matt Lauer on NBC's The Today Show, Facebook founder MarkZuckerberg reveals that Apple CEO Tim Cook sent him a free iPhone 5, a gesture usually afforded only to important business partners and public figures. MarkZuckerberg
02.10.2012 [IT Business Net] - Facebook CEO MarkZuckerberg told university students in Moscow they shouldn't start a company to have fun, but they should do so if they believe in something and want to see it exist, as he spoke to them during his first visit to Russia.
11.09.2012 Today at TechCrunch Disrupt, MarkZuckerberg demonstrated he's a business man, a mobile product visionary, and most importantly, a leader Facebook's employees can look up to. Speaking quickly but confidently, he ...
30.05.2012 Earlier today, Business Insider's Henry Blodget asked readers a "serious question": Why do people hate Jews? While it may not be the catchall Blodget was looking for, it seems a habit of not tipping is the reason Italy hates at ...http://www.gawker.com/tag/cnn
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