03.10.2012 [Bloomberg] - For Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's visit to Moscow was a great photo opportunity. Some of Russia's technology entrepreneurs, though, saw it as the latest salvo in a global battle for the country's best minds. Ahead of
03.10.2012 [Infotechnology.com] - Los capitalistas de riesgo en Silicon Valley prefieren fondear a los jóvenes, al próximo Mark Zuckerberg. ¿Por qué? El mantra común es que, si uno tiene más de 35 años, es demasiado viejo para innovar. En realidad, hay un perfil en desarrollo del
01.10.2012 [UPI.com] - MOSCOW, Oct. 1 (UPI) -- Mark Zuckerberg, co-founder of Facebook, told Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev Monday he had some ideas to help Russian technology companies. "I will discuss with the representatives of these companies and will try to
01.10.2012 [ABC News (blog)] - MOSCOW — Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg 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
19.05.2012 Kim-Mai Cutler is a technology journalist who has worked for Bloomberg, VentureBeat and The Wall Street Journal. Before she joined TechCrunch, she led mobile coverage at Inside Network, a six-person media startup that ...http://techcrunch.com/
11.09.2012 The heat was on, but Mark Zuckerberg 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, ...