Mark Zuckerberg slams neo-Nazis and 'polarization' after Charlottesville ... of the …
Included in the many artful prognostications on whether zillionaire and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is intending to run for the US presidency, a new theory has arisen, and it doesn't involve aliens. One of the five wealthiest people on …
IT’S MARK ZUCKERBERG’S world, and we’re all just living in it. Let’s get this out of the way right up front: Zuckerberg is running for president. His commencement speech at Harvard last week emphasized the point, and the only question is …
Mark Zuckerberg keeps saying he’s not running for president ... Still, there must be plenty of pollsters out there whose background isn’t in Democratic campaigns for the White House. Benenson’s page on his own company’s website …
But, that's exactly what Facebook founder & CEO, Mark Zuckerberg was in the mood for when he was on Dauphin Street Saturday night, according to Wintzell's Oyster House, Communications Director Clay Omainsky. "He ordered the Fried …
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People passing up Trump’s invitations to White House events and visits seems to be becoming more and more prevalent. Monday, eighteen of the biggest names in the tech industry got together at the White House for some face to face …
PHOTOS: Mark Zuckerberg’s New $7 Million House Doctor Chan, who is expecting the couple’s second child later this year, had previously shared some online baby bump photos of just herself, but this weekend, fans could see a smiling …
“The developer was going to build a huge house and market the property as being next door to Mark Zuckerberg.” Zuckerberg is one of several prominent tech CEOs who own homes on Palo Alto’s tree-lined streets. Yahoo’s (YHOO) …
(Newser) – Mark Zuckerberg has hired a top Democratic pollster, further fueling speculation that the Facebook CEO could be considering trading in a corner office for one of the oval variety, Politico reports. The Zuckerberg has repeatedly …
In an effort to protect his privacy, Facebook co-founder Mark ... story house in their place, all of which will reduce the footprint of structures on the properties by about 20%, reports The San Jose Mercury News. It’s not known whether …