Facebook likely the only private company that doesn't have to worry about revenue Startup executives at Web 2.0 companies typically are focused on goals like turning site traffic... - 11.20.2008, VatorTV
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
02.10.2012 [AllFacebook] - Facebook Co-Founder and CEO MarkZuckerberg doesn't make too many public appearances. About a month ago, he appeared at TechCrunch's Disrupt event in San Francisco, answering questions about the company's stock value, mobile and search.
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.
01.10.2012 [ABC News (blog)] - MOSCOW — Facebook founder and CEO MarkZuckerberg is in Russia for meetings with top officials to discuss technology and and to try and expand his company's footprint in the country with the most Internet users in Europe. But first he made time for a
11.09.2012 The heat was on, but MarkZuckerberg refused to sweat. The 28-year-old took the stage at the TechCrunch: Disrupt technology conference, after nearly a year of radio silence from the CEO and company, a botched IPO, ...
31.05.2012 From the blog Daily Ticker: Follow The Daily Ticker on Facebook! Facebook's (FB) first couple of weeks as a public company, most observers agree, now appears to have been an unmitigated disaster. There was the first-day ...http://finance.yahoo.com/blogs/daily-ticker/
31.05.2012 It took just under 2 weeks for MarkZuckerberg to fall well off the 40 richest billionaires list. The company's shares fell to $28.18 today, down from the $38 IPO price ...http://www.afterdawn.com/
11.09.2012 Whether he'll admit it, going public has changed MarkZuckerberg. Sure, he declared “our mission was not to become a public company,” on the day of Facebook's IPO. Sure he wrote “Facebook was not originally created to ...
26.07.2012 Facebook reported earnings that met estimates on Thursday, but that wasn't enough for some investors -- who clearly wanted to see the company outperform even the rosiest expectations. Meeting those lofty goals will be a ...
19.05.2012 What were you doing at 9:30 a.m. Eastern? You certainly weren't ringing the NASDAQ's opening bell as Facebook CEO MarkZuckerberg was doing. But what Zuck did simultaneously is perhaps even cooler.http://venturebeat.com/