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Facebook Stock Price Continues To Disappoint

Facebook shares hit a record low last week, at one point, dipping below $19. While they’ve recovered slightly, they’re still significantly below the $38 IPO price. As of the time of this writing, shares are down 3% at $19.41. CEO Mark Zuckerberg has indicated that it is “painful” to see Facebook stock performing so poorly, but some are questioning whether …

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Pinterest-Like Chinese Company May Sue Facebook Over Timeline

The end is near for all of the Timeline holdouts out there, as Facebook has already begun the process of slowly switching every old profile-user to the new Timeline. Of course, this is causing some users to complain, as Timeline is definitely not the most popular feature that the company has ever unveiled. And these users might not be the …

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Facebook Stock Slides, Zuck Grills Steaks

It must be a rather tense time for Zuckerberg and crew, as Facebook stock continues to plunge. Last week, the “lockup” period ended, allowing shareholders to sell their frozen shares – and the price tanked to its then-lowest point, $19.76. Today, Facebook stock hit $18.75, a new all-time low. As of the writing of this article it’s holding at around …

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Zuckerberg’s Harvard Roomie Goes for Gold Today in the Triple Jump

Samyr Laine is a triple jumper who holds both the indoor and outdoor records for his University. On Tuesday, he qualified for the finals in the Olympics games in said sport. Laine, who is competing under the Haitian flag, is a remarkable athlete. But there are plenty of remarkable athletes in these London Games – so what distinguishes Laine from …

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Zuckerberg’s Sister Was In Israel On Birthright When She Found Out She Is A Google Employee

As previously reported, Google announced this week that it is acquiring social media marketing platform company Wildfire. It didn’t take long for reports to bring up the fact that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s sister is part of the Wildfire team, and is now technically a Google employee, even if Wildfire will continue to operate as usual (for now). Wildfire put …

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Google Acquires Mark Zuckerberg’s Sister

As previously reported, Google has acquired social media marketing platform company Wildfire. Business Insider has brought it to the public’s attention that Wildfire just happens to employ Arielle Zuckerberg (pictured), sister of Facebook Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg. That’s pretty interesting, considering that Google and Facebook are direct competitors in a variety of ways. Arielle has not been shy about …

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Zuckerberg: Facebook Phone Wouldn’t Make Much Sense

As anyone who follows it is well aware, the Facebook phone saga has more twists and turns than an M. Night Shyamalan movie. Are we, or are we not going to see Facebook develop their own smartphone with a modified OS that focuses everything around the Facebook experience? As of now, Mark Zuckerberg says no. As yesterday’s earnings call, the …

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Mark Zuckerberg & His Olympian Harvard Roomie Played A Lot Of Playstation

Sometimes, it’s hard to separate the fact from the fiction when it comes to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. We know that he felt jaded by a former girlfriend and created Facebook in an attempt to prove his worth to her and all of the other Harvard elitists that wouldn’t let him in their exclusive clubs. No, wait – that’s the …

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Is Hulu’s CEO Heading To Facebook?

Hulu CEO Jason Kilar has just jumped from one rumor whirlwind to another, as the New York Post is reporting that Kilar may be on his way to Facebook. The Post quotes sources that say Mark Zuckerberg is very interested in Kilar and is considering him for a “senior role” in the company. Kilar joined Hulu after years of work …

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Maybe Facebook Wasn’t A Sexist Boy’s Club After All

We all know that Facebook is a company that was started by a few guys at Harvard – so any allegations of the early days of the company being a bit sexist and fratty seem to stick without much skepticism. The latest batch of allegations stem from a just-published memoir by a former female employee of the company, who worked …

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Zuckerberg Gave Sandberg a Sexist Introduction During Her First Day At Facebook

According to Katherine Losse’s tell-all book about Facebook’s early years, Mark Zuckerberg gave a rather inappropriate and slightly sexist introduction to Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook’s chief operating officer, on her first day at the company. According to Losse’s book, The Boy Kings, Zuckerberg made several candid comments about Sandberg when he introduced her to, what seemed more like a boys club …

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Apparently, It Sucked To Be A Woman Working For Facebook, Circa 2005

As the now-famous story illustrates, Facebook sprung out of the minds of college boys, in the halls of Harvard University. According to the story proposed by the Oscar-nominated “based on real life” movie The Social Network, you can track the entire idea of Facebook back to CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s feelings of inadequacy – in terms of the Harvard elite as …

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