Mark Zuckerberg has always been Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg has Always Mark Zuckerberg Mark Zuckerberg and co-founder Dustin Moscovitz at Harvard in 2004. (Boston Globe / Getty Images) Hello dear customers, Jessi. I’ve been following the beat of social media for a long time. How long? Well, when I interviewed Facebook engineers Chris Cox and Andrew “Boz” Bosworth about News Feed’s 10th … Read more

Zuckerberg in Africa | WIRED

“These are my people!” Mark Zuckerberg has been in Nigeria for less than an hour and has been delighted. His remarks are not reflective of his biological heritage – clearly – but rather the behavioral DNA-based connection the engineers share. Facebook CEOs traveled to Lagos, the continent’s most populous city, to look for software developers … Read more

Behind the scenes of the Mark Zuckerberg Manifesto

With this post, Zuckerberg chose to address those issues by broadening the discussion. Instead of getting bogged down in the specific controversy over fake news (though he mentioned it in his post), he puts it in the context of a bigger picture: a crisis global where humanity has moved away from satisfaction and into tribalism … Read more

When young Mark Zuckerberg moved to Palo Alto in 2004, he and his friends built a culture of pro-business that continues to influence the company today.

When young Mark Zuckerberg moved to Palo Alto in 2004, he and his friends built a culture of pro-business that continues to influence the company today.