Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Just Vehemently Denied Giving The Government Direct Access To Facebook Servers
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Just Vehemently Denied Giving The Government Direct Access To Facebook Servers
                                       

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Zynga Missed The Pivot To Mobile, So Can A Veteran Console Exec Revive It?

techcrunch.com
Although shares jumped by 10.4 percent today on news that Microsoft’s Don Mattrick is taking over Zynga as CEO, the most important audience the company needs to address for a real, long-term turnaround is not investors. It’s the game developer community. Because here are the new economics of hit mobile...
Zynga Missed The Pivot To Mobile, So Can A Veteran Console Exec Revive It?

Pincus pursued Xbox chief for several months for Zynga CEO job, source says

www.computerworld.com
Zynga CEO Mark Pincus pursued Microsoft's Xbox chief for several months and had no other candidates in mind for the top job at the social games company, a source at Zynga said Monday....
Pincus pursued Xbox chief for several months for Zynga CEO job, source says

CEO pay basically not tied to any kind of reality at all (report)

venturebeat.com
July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now Chief executive pay keeps rising, according to a New York Times report published today. According to the report, overall CEO pay rose 16 percent from 2011 to 2012, while the stock returns generated by those CEOs’ companies rose just...
CEO pay basically not tied to any kind of reality at all (report)

Facebook is developing a service to rival Flipboard, year-long project includes input from Zuckerberg

thenextweb.com
Last week’s big Facebook media event was initially tipped to see a ‘Facebook Reader’ product launched, but instead it saw video introduced to Instagram. However, there’s no smoke without fire and it seems that the company is indeed working on a Reader of its own, according to a Wall Street Journal...
Facebook is developing a service to rival Flipboard, year-long project includes input from Zuckerberg

Facebook reportedly developing Flipboard-like 'Reader' function for iOS

9to5mac.com
Flipboard iPad app According to a report from The Wall Street Journal, Facebook is developing a new tool that focuses on news consumption in order to re-shape its identity as a social network, like Twitter, that can compete in the news consumption space. The project, which is reportedly called “Reader,”...
Facebook reportedly developing Flipboard-like 'Reader' function for iOS

Samsung reportedly declines Zuckerberg's request to work on the next Facebook phone

9to5google.com
Following the failure of the HTC First, Facebook has reportedly moved on to its next smartphone idea (via the Korea Herald). Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg supposedly flew to South Korea this weekend to meet with several Samsung executives about working on the next “Facebook-friendly” smartphone together. According to the...
Samsung reportedly declines Zuckerberg's request to work on the next Facebook phone

With $1.9M From Venrock And Others, Trumaker Wants To Bring Made-To-Measure To The Masses

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[tc_5min code="517817578"] When most men go out to buy a casual shirt, they think of sizing in terms of small, medium, or large. But a new startup called Trumaker wants men to start expecting more from the fit of their day to day shirts, by bringing personalized made-to-measure fitting to...
With $1.9M From Venrock And Others, Trumaker Wants To Bring Made-To-Measure To The Masses

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uncrunched.com
Will not one tech CEO stand up and tell the truth? The NSA story of the secret assassination of the Fourth Amendment continues to unfold. Today we heard from Google CEO Larry Page and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Page was confused (the title of his post is “What the…?). Zuckerberg...
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Data snooping: Google, Facebook, Microsoft and others stand by denials

www.geekwire.com
“What the …?” That’s the headline on a blog post by Google CEO Larry Page and legal chief David Drummond today, denying involvement in a government program called PRISM that allegedly gave the U.S. government broad access to tech company servers for purposes of U.S. intelligence gathering. They wrote, in...
Data snooping: Google, Facebook, Microsoft and others stand by denials
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