The Facebook CEO reiterated again on Sunday night that he is not looking to pursue public office. His recent cross-country tour had roused speculations that Zuckerberg was working to broaden his public image beyond that of the boy genius or, perhaps worse, the Jesse Eisenberg version portrayed in "The Social Network."
Monday's post, however, wasn't just about that.
Zuckerberg provided a deeper reason for his trip, in which he's visiting all 50 states. He has previously said the trip was to get him out of his bubble. Doing so, he wrote in Sunday's Facebook post, has opened his eyes to the importance of friends — which is a little convenient coming from the CEO of Facebook. Read more...More about Business and Business
Christine Fair, an associate professor at Georgetown University, is facing abuse on Twitter from alt-right people after tweeting that Spencer had been "ousted" from the gym.
Folks have expressed their confusion about the subjective rules, and are questioning the logic behind particular parts of the guide. Read more...More about Facebook, Twitter Reactions, Guidelines, Leaked, and Business'>
This year's Upfront presentations, where networks attempt to surprise and delight advertisers in order to get their money, were filled with old media companies trying to show just how well they can do new media. NBC mentioned Facebook, YouTube, and Snapchat, as well as the entertainment the network has sprinkled across them. Snapchat, in which NBC invested $500 million during its IPO, got the most screen time and praise when it came to a social platform for video. Read more...More about Business, Television, Snapchat, Nbc, and Turner'>