Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he has called President Barack Obama to express his frustration over what he says is long-lasting damage caused by the U.S. government’s surveillance programs.
Zuckerberg-Affiliated Advocacy Group Launches Nationwide Ad Imploring House GOP To Act On Immigration
An advocacy group affiliated with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg launched a nationwide ad on Monday that implores House Republicans to act this election year on legislation overhauling the nation’s immigration system.
Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, were the most generous American philanthropists in 2013, with a donation of 18 million shares of Facebook stock, valued at more than $970 million, to a Silicon Valley nonprofit in December.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is visiting Capitol Hill – in a trip he stated was “largely for immigration” — to lobby members of Congress in support of comprehensive immigration overhaul legislation.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg didn’t really want to take his company public last year, but he has changed his mind now that the Internet social network’s stock is steadily rising.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and other Silicon Valley leaders have formally launched a political group aimed at revamping immigration policy, boosting education and encouraging investment in scientific research.
During the current election campaign, for the first time in American history, President Barack Obama and the “left” have made success in America to be negative.
But even with the IPO uptick from Zuckerberg’s vow and the closing of the largest acquisition in the company’s history, questions continue to linger about the long-term economic health of the Facebook brand and the lack of company-to-investor transparency from a young company that has seen its IPO plummet considerably in the months since the social-media juggernaut went public.
Facebook’s growth appears to be slowing, particularly in the U.S., according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
Social media sites and blogs have lit up after eagle-eyed viewers spotted a surprise cameo in a Chinese TV documentary about the country’s police force: Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his now-wife, Priscilla Chan.