Oh, Zuck. We know you have a busy schedule, especially now that you’re running a public company, and we imagine that if you were to ever hang up your CEO boots, you’d have no shortage of speaking engagements that paid you princely sums for a little of your time. Still, the idea that there’s a Facebook fan out there who’d pay the company $100 for the privilege of sending you a message fairly boggles the mind. Read More
Facebook chief executive officer Sheryl Sandberg is often thought of as the grown-up around the social media giant, attending to such mundane details as growing revenue and selling the company’s IPO to investors, allowing Mark Zuckerberg to maintain his pose as the company’s hacker-in-chief. Read More
Some have suggested that philanthropy came back in 2012, at least in New York, where local institutions received eight and even nine-figure donations this year. Well, New Yorkers aren’t the only ones feeling generous.
According to a post on his Facebook page, Mark Zuckerberg is donating 18 million Facebook shares to the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, a gift worth about $500 million at current stock valuations: Read More