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CNNMoney: Where Zuckerberg would be without a prenupupdated: Mon May 21 2012 16:18:00

Mark Zuckerberg's marriage to his longtime girlfriend, Priscilla Chan, one day after he became one of the richest men on the planet may have seemed oddly timed. But, according to divorce lawyers, it was spot on.

Zuckerberg updates relationship statusupdated: Mon May 21 2012 05:31:00

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg announces his marriage to Priscilla Chan.

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg updates relationship status to 'married'updated: Sun May 20 2012 13:58:00

A day after his social media company went public, Facebook co-founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg married his longtime girlfriend Priscilla Chan on Saturday.

Facebook plans for all night 'hackathon'updated: Thu May 17 2012 19:38:00

CNN's Dan Simon talks to Wolf Blitzer about Facebok employees prepping for an all-night "hackathon" coding session.

Should Zuckerberg's hoodie concern investors?updated: Thu May 17 2012 16:46:00

Henry Blodget and Ali Velshi discuss Mark Zuckerberg's decision to skip investor meetings and court Wall Street while wearing a hoodie.

Zuckerberg's hoodie is savvy, not snottyupdated: Thu May 17 2012 16:46:00

When Facebook's 27-year-old CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, wore a hoodie at a presentation to investors during the lead-up to Facebook's initial public offering, a financial analyst publicly accused Zuckerberg of immaturity. By dressing casually at such an important event, he alleged, Zuckerberg was telling potential shareholders they didn't matter.

IPO process like being a 'rock star'updated: Wed May 09 2012 12:02:00

As Facebook plans to go public with its stock, CNN's Ali Velshi takes a look at what's going on behind the scenes.

Zuckerberg's hoodie rankles Wall Streetupdated: Wed May 09 2012 12:02:00

Facebook has raked in billions and will make a splash when its stock hits the open market next week. So, what are folks on Wall Street concerned about?

Facebook-Instagram deal highlights Zuckerberg's hacker spiritupdated: Wed Apr 18 2012 17:31:00

If reports Wednesday are to be believed, one of the tech industry's biggest deals in recent history was hammered out almost exclusively by two 20-somethings over the course of what amounts to a long weekend.

Facebook expected to be largest tech IPOupdated: Wed Feb 22 2012 11:59:00

Social networking giant Facebook may soon file papers to go public. CNN's Ramy Inocencio reports.

Facebook IPO's meaning: Zuckerberg faces realityupdated: Wed Feb 22 2012 11:59:00

We all knew he'd eventually get around to it: Mark Zuckerberg is expected to finally bring Facebook public. The company is reported to be preparing to file for an IPO -- initial public offering -- through which anyone will be able to buy shares of the social networking company on an open stock exchange.

Facebook striking it richupdated: Sat Feb 11 2012 20:37:00

As it prepares to launch its IPO, Mark Potts, Felix Salmon and Howard Kurtz discuss Facebook's role in the media world.

Did Facebook kill love letters?updated: Sat Feb 11 2012 20:37:00

Remember the pre-Web personal diary? It had a lock on it, and after writing your thoughts about the day, it stayed tucked in a drawer. You talked about dreams and disappointments and school and love, and sometimes you culled it for phrases in the love letter you agonized over for a week before leaving it in the mailbox or locker of your interest. The last thing you wanted was for someone else to read it, at least not until the beloved saw it and said, "Yes."

CNNMoney: Facebook's Zuckerberg may face $2 billion tax billupdated: Tue Feb 07 2012 17:59:00

Facebook's upcoming IPO will make founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg a billionaire -- but it will also stick him with an eye-popping tax bill that could reach as high as $2 billion.

Opinion: We must avoid Facebook's 'creepy' cult of transparencyupdated: Fri Feb 03 2012 05:51:00

Just as the Netscape IPO inaugurated the dotcom mania of the 90s, so Facebook's imminent IPO will trigger a hysteria with the social web. But the most interesting question isn't whether Facebook is actually worth $100 billion or how many billions of dollars Mark Zuckerberg will personally bank -- but whether or not Facebook really will make the world a better place for its close to a billion users.

CNNMoney: Facebook IPO highlights 'The Hacker Way'updated: Thu Feb 02 2012 16:29:00

In a letter to investors included in Facebook's IPO filing, CEO Mark Zuckerberg outlined his philosophy for running what has become a multi-billion-dollar business. At core of that philosophy: Love your hackers.

CNNMoney: Zuckerberg's Facebook stake is worth at least $16 billionupdated: Thu Feb 02 2012 10:18:00

At age 27, Mark Zuckerberg is about to officially become a paper billionaire.

CNNMoney: Mark Zuckerberg's letter to investors: 'The Hacker Way'updated: Wed Feb 01 2012 17:57:00

Facebook filed Wednesday to raise $5 billion in an initial public offering. Here is CEO Mark Zuckerberg's letter to potential investors.

Fortune: Facebook vs. Google: The battle for the future of the Webupdated: Tue Nov 29 2011 14:11:00

Paul Adams is one of Silicon Valley's most wanted. He's an intellectually minded product designer with square-framed glasses, a thick Irish accent, and a cult following of passionate techies. As one of Google's lead social researchers, he helped dream up the big idea behind the company's new social network, Google+: those flexible circles that let you group friends easily under monikers like "real friends" or "college buddies." He never got to help bring his concept to consumers, though. In a master talent grab last December, Facebook lured him 10 miles east to Palo Alto to help design social advertisements. On his blog, Adams explained, "Google values technology, not social science."

What advice did Steve Jobs give to Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg? updated: Tue Nov 08 2011 08:33:00

Mark Zuckerberg says he asked Steve Jobs about how to build a high-quality team and great products, but denies Apple and Facebook ever talked about an acquisition.

Facebook's Zuckerberg visits old stomping grounds at Harvardupdated: Mon Nov 07 2011 21:48:00

Mark Zuckerberg went back to Harvard on Monday on a recruiting trip, his first visit since he dropped out of the prestigious university to found social-media giant Facebook.

CNNMoney: Facebook sets F8 conference dateupdated: Thu Aug 25 2011 14:41:00

It's official. After months of developers wondering when and if Facebook's annual developers conference would take place, the world's largest social network finally set the date.

CNNMoney: Randi Zuckerberg leaves Facebookupdated: Wed Aug 03 2011 18:47:00

Randi Zuckerberg, sister of Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, is leaving the company to start her own venture.

Facebook 'likes' video chatupdated: Fri Jul 08 2011 07:07:00

Mark Zuckerberg announces several new features for Facebook's chat feature, including video chat.

When it comes to presentation, Mark Zuckerberg is no Steve Jobsupdated: Fri Jul 08 2011 07:07:00

Don't let the sweatshirts and flip-flops fool you: The tech world is all about image. And there's no better place to see this than the tech-company press conference -- in which execs show off new products with elaborate PowerPoint presentations.

5 things the Skype deal teaches us about Facebookupdated: Fri Jul 08 2011 06:55:00

At one point during Facebook's "something awesome" event on Wednesday, more than 60,000 people were simultaneously tuned online to an unassuming meeting room at the company's headquarters to watch Mark Zuckerberg and cohorts unveil a slew of new features for the social-networking site.

Facebook readies a blitz of new productsupdated: Thu Jul 07 2011 11:10:00

Elmer Fudd has "Wabbit Season," and Mark Zuckerberg has just kicked off "Launching Season."

Facebook adds Skype video chat featureupdated: Thu Jul 07 2011 02:23:00

Facebook is encouraging its members to talk face to face -- over the computer.

The most popular Google+ user? It's Facebook's Zuckerbergupdated: Tue Jul 05 2011 11:04:00

So, based on the buzz, Google+ is the geek-chic social-networking upstart that's going to challenge Facebook, right?

Obama pokes fun at Facebook CEOupdated: Tue Jul 05 2011 07:57:00

President Obama jokes with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at a web townhall event in Palo Alto, California.

Twins drop legal claim against Facebook founderupdated: Thu Jun 23 2011 08:10:00

Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, the former business partners and Harvard University classmates of Mark Zuckerberg, have dropped their court appeal of a settlement with the Facebook founder.

Winklevoss: Story not 'fully told yet'updated: Thu Jun 23 2011 08:10:00

February: What did the Winklevoss twins think of "The Social Network"? They tell Piers Morgan.

Heavyweights due at 'All Things Digital'updated: Tue May 31 2011 07:06:00

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, Apple's Steve Jobs and Microsoft's Bill Gates have done it.

CNNMoney: Facebook blasts Ceglia lawsuit as 'outrageous fraud'updated: Fri May 27 2011 09:11:00

Paul Ceglia's claim that an eight-year-old contract signed by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg entitles him to 50% ownership of the company "is a brazen and outrageous fraud," Facebook said Thursday in a court filing responding to Ceglia's lawsuit.

Obama pokes fun at Facebook's Zuckerbergupdated: Thu Apr 21 2011 10:49:00

President Obama began his "town hall" event at Facebook's offices on Wednesday with an anecdote.

CNNMoney: Ceglia says Facebook e-mails show he owns 50%updated: Tue Apr 12 2011 17:29:00

Paul Ceglia, a New York resident who sued Mark Zuckerberg last year for 50% ownership of Facebook, has re-filed his complaint with e-mails that he says prove his case.

Facebook founder gets restraining orderupdated: Wed Feb 09 2011 07:49:00

Cops say Mark Zuckerberg has an obsessive fan who sent him creepy messages on Facebook. HLN's Vinnie Politan reports.

Court orders man to stay away from Facebook CEOupdated: Wed Feb 09 2011 07:49:00

Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, has asked for protection from a man who apparently wanted to friend him a little too much.

Live! From New York! It's Mark Zuckerberg!updated: Mon Jan 31 2011 07:31:00

Who says Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has no sense of humor when it comes to "The Social Network," the Oscar-nominated film which he has said got nothing right except his T-shirt collection? Mark Zuckerberg Meets Jesse Eisenberg on Saturday Night Liveupdated: Sun Jan 30 2011 21:30:00

The inventor of "poking" shows up to get some laughs with the Oscar-nominated actor

Facebook's Zuckerberg meets his movie, TV impersonators on SNLupdated: Sun Jan 30 2011 09:38:00

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has "friended" the man who portrayed him in a movie about the social networking site.

Time's 2010 Person of the Yearupdated: Wed Jan 26 2011 11:37:00

In December 2010, Time senior writer Lev Grossman spoke about the Person of the Year cover story on Mark Zuckerberg.

CNNMoney: Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook page hackedupdated: Wed Jan 26 2011 11:11:00

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's fan page was hacked Tuesday -- a high-profile breach on a site that constantly faces scrutiny about its handling of its members private data.

Bitter 'Julian Assange' tweaks Zuckerberg on 'SNL'updated: Tue Dec 21 2010 05:23:00

The Web's controversy du jour found its way onto "Saturday Night Live" this weekend, with a fictional Julian Assange complaining that his work with WikiLeaks should have made him, not Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, Time magazine's Person of the Year.

Fortune: Mark Zuckerberg: The temptation of Facebook's CEO - Full versionupdated: Mon Dec 20 2010 10:10:00

Editor's note: This week FORTUNE is publishing excerpts from its favorite business books of 2010. We start with author David Kirkpatrick's book from May, about, as it turns out, TIME's 2010 Person of the Year. Check back each day this week for another excerpt.

Fortune: Mark Zuckerberg: The temptation of Facebook's CEOupdated: Mon Dec 20 2010 10:09:00

Editor's note: This week FORTUNE is publishing excerpts from its favorite business books of 2010. We start with author David Kirkpatrick's book from May, about, as it turns out, TIME's 2010 Person of the Year. Check back each day this week for another excerpt.

Facebook's influenceupdated: Thu Dec 16 2010 09:59:00

TIME Magazine named Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg "Person of the Year." CNN's Mary Snow reports on the decision.

Web cheers, jeers Zuckerberg's Time magazine nodupdated: Thu Dec 16 2010 09:59:00

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is Time magazine's Person of the Year, and, predictably, the internet has some thoughts about it.

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is TIME's Person of the Yearupdated: Thu Dec 16 2010 05:34:00

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has been named TIME magazine's Person of the Year. Rick Stengel, the magazine's managing editor, made the announcement Wednesday on NBC's "Today" show. Mark Zuckerberg Is Time's Person of the Yearupdated: Wed Dec 15 2010 11:53:00

The Facebook founder is cited for affecting the lives of more than half a billion people

Facebook CEO: We never sell your infoupdated: Mon Dec 13 2010 07:25:00

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg tells 60 Minutes that user privacy is something the company takes "really seriously."

Facebook CEO talks privacy, 'Social Network' and, um, fashion?updated: Mon Dec 13 2010 07:25:00

So you missed Mark Zuckerberg's Sunday interview on "60 Minutes"?

CNNMoney: Facebook profile overhaul revamps personal pagesupdated: Mon Dec 06 2010 07:13:00

Your personal Facebook page is about to get a major revamp. Facebook on Sunday began rolling out a new design for members' profile pages, integrating in one place information currently scattered throughout the Wall, photo albums and other sections of the site.

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg prefers underdogsupdated: Wed Nov 17 2010 02:06:00

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg favors the little guy, but that attitude can pose obstacles for popular websites that want to work with his company.

yourname@facebook.comupdated: Wed Nov 17 2010 02:06:00

Facebook just announced you can have an email address on the site. Drew Griffin and Josh Levs are "Taking the Lead."

CNNMoney: Facebook CEO has "made every mistake you can make"updated: Tue Nov 16 2010 22:14:00

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he's made "every mistake you can make" in business, but love of the product keeps users faithful.

Facebook overhauling inbox, combining e-mail, texting and IMupdated: Tue Nov 16 2010 11:26:00

Facebook wants to be your inbox for every kind of message.

Facebook shakes up e-mailupdated: Tue Nov 16 2010 11:26:00

Facebook announced an overhaul of its messaging system, which will compete with e-mail. Josh Levs reports.

Facebook offers partner deals on clothes, food, moviesupdated: Wed Nov 03 2010 16:26:00

Connecting with friends is great, but Facebook will soon help you score a free pair of pants.

Facebook movie may be changing opinions about siteupdated: Thu Oct 14 2010 07:18:00

That movie about Facebook -- more formally known as "The Social Network" -- appears to be changing people's attitudes about the real website.

Facebook, Zuckerberg spoofed on 'SNL'updated: Mon Oct 11 2010 11:39:00

In recent weeks, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg seems to have crossed a line from semi-known tech entrepreneur to full-on celebrity.

Mark Zuckerberg gives his take on 'The Social Network'updated: Thu Oct 07 2010 14:00:00

Despite previous statements that he had no plans to see "The Social Network," Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg did, in fact, watch the film on the company's field trip to the movies last Friday.

Facebook on film: Fact or fiction?updated: Thu Oct 07 2010 14:00:00

The new movie 'The Social Network' is a fictional portrayal of the founding of Facebook. CNN's Felicia Taylor reports.

Facebook to let users create personal groupsupdated: Wed Oct 06 2010 17:19:00

An easy way to create personal groups within your friends list and the ability to download everything you've posted are coming to Facebook.

Why Zuckerberg should like the Facebook movieupdated: Fri Oct 01 2010 10:16:00

"The Social Network," the movie dramatization of the founding of Facebook, comes to U.S. theaters on Friday. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reportedly opposed the making of the film, which charts his rise to become the world's youngest self-made billionaire.

Fortune: Forget Superman, charter schools are waiting for Oprahupdated: Thu Sep 30 2010 14:38:00

While we are only just approaching October, it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas for the charter school movement. Since the documentary Waiting for Superman opened in select theaters last week, a cast of notables have announced a cascade of donations and investment pledges for charters, and it looks it's just the beginning of this holiday season.

Mark Zuckerberg to become comic book hero, villain?updated: Tue Sep 28 2010 07:32:00

Can't get enough of Mark Zuckerberg? Well, if the upcoming movie "The Social Network" doesn't sate your desire for the Facebook founder, he's slated to star in his own comic book come December.

Fortune: 'The Social Network' mystery: Where are the lawsuits?updated: Mon Sep 27 2010 12:02:00

If you believe what the folks at Facebook have been telling the press, there's a lot in the new movie, "The Social Network" that's just plain fiction -- especially about the company's co-creator and chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg. Aaron Sorkin, the screenwriter, has acknowledged he aimed for "fidelity." But the fidelity was to "storytelling," not to truth.The movie itself ends with a disclaimer that some material in it is invented -- as in "not true." There clearly are specific scenes that didn't happen in real life and some of them -- like Zuckerberg having sex in a bathroom with an underage woman -- are not kind. Overall, by most accounts, he comes across as a jerk. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Invites Oprah into His Homeupdated: Sat Sep 25 2010 11:30:00

The 28-year-old lets cameras film his modest home - and opens up about life with his girlfriend

Facebook's Zuckerberg: Making philanthropy cool?updated: Fri Sep 24 2010 15:13:00

This Friday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is expected to appear on The Oprah Winfrey Show to announce a $100 million donation to the Newark public school system.

Zuckerberg friends Newark schoolsupdated: Fri Sep 24 2010 15:13:00

CNN's Ali Velshi explores how Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg hopes to help Newark schools with a $100 million donation.

Facebook founder announces $100 million donationupdated: Fri Sep 24 2010 15:10:00

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg announced Friday he is donating $100 million toward improving public schools in Newark, New Jersey.

Mark Zuckerberg donates $100 million to Newark public schoolsupdated: Fri Sep 24 2010 03:53:00

Mark Zuckerberg is donating $100 million to the Newark public school system. The donation will be the first part of a foundation intended to improve U.S. education.

Facebook founder to give $100 million to N.J. school districtupdated: Thu Sep 23 2010 15:36:00

One of America's richest and youngest is giving back.

CNNMoney: Facebook founder pledges $100 million to N.J. schoolsupdated: Thu Sep 23 2010 10:45:00

One of America's richest, and youngest, is giving back.

Why Facebook is blue -- six facts about Mark Zuckerbergupdated: Thu Sep 23 2010 03:19:00

The relatively private life of Facebook's founder -- or at least a fictionalized version of it -- is about to get much more public.

You can't block Mark Zuckerberg on Facebookupdated: Mon Aug 23 2010 10:12:00

You can't block CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook.

Facebook CEO interviewed on IPO, lawsuit and moreupdated: Thu Jul 22 2010 10:47:00

In an interview that will air tonight on ABC's "World News with Diane Sawyer," Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talked frankly about an upcoming IPO, the Facebook movie, a shady lawsuit and much more.

CNNMoney: Facebook founder may have given up ownership stakeupdated: Wed Jul 21 2010 16:58:00

A seven-year-old contract signed by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg granting a New York businessman an ownership stake in Zuckerberg's then-fledgling Web project may be real, a Facebook lawyer acknowledged Tuesday in federal court hearing.

CNNMoney: Judge strikes down Facebook asset freezeupdated: Fri Jul 16 2010 18:18:00

If Facebook wants to buy its imminent 500 millionth user a drink to celebrate, it will be able to: A federal court judge on Friday struck down the restraining order that temporarily bound the company's assets earlier this month.

Facebook privacy claims: True or false?updated: Thu Jun 03 2010 17:53:00

CNN's Tony Harris talks to an expert about what's true and what's false regarding Facebook's privacy claims.

Facebook, facing criticism, ramps up privacy optionsupdated: Thu Jun 03 2010 17:53:00

Faced with a backlash that wouldn't go away, Facebook announced changes Wednesday that will make it easier for users to change privacy settings and block outside parties from seeing personal information.

The good, the bad, the ugly of Zuckerbergupdated: Wed Jun 02 2010 16:15:00

Let it be known that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wanted a book to be written about the company he founded.

House panel presses Facebook, Google on privacyupdated: Tue Jun 01 2010 14:06:00

The U.S. Congress' interest in probing Facebook's and Google's privacy practices keeps growing.

CNNMoney: Facebook CEO: 'We've made mistakes' on privacyupdated: Mon May 24 2010 09:40:00

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, ending his silence about recent privacy controversies, has admitted to making some mistakes and promised to fix the problems.

Fortune: Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg: 'I'm CEO ... b****!'updated: Tue May 11 2010 11:26:00

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is known as a precocious visionary, but as a college-age CEO he was as rebellious and irreverent as the next kid. In his forthcoming book The Facebook Effect: the Inside Story of the Company That Is Connecting the World, author David Kirkpatrick gives an unprecedented look at the rambunctious nerds who created a multibillion-dollar media giant. An adapted excerpt is below.

Fortune: Mark Zuckerberg: The temptation of Facebook's CEO - Full versionupdated: Thu May 06 2010 11:27:00

If not for founder Mark Zuckerberg's stubborn streak, social-media pioneer Facebook might be just another part of a giant media or tech outfit today. Instead it's a giant on its own, with close to 500 million users, some $20 billion in market value, and millions of investors eagerly awaiting an IPO. For his new book, The Facebook Effect: the Inside Story of the Company That Is Connecting the World, Fortune contributor David Kirkpatrick gained unprecedented access to the company and Zuckerberg, who turns 26 this month. In this adapted excerpt, Kirkpatrick reveals Zuckerberg's turmoil as he resisted takeover offers from a parade of moguls.

Fortune: Mark Zuckerberg: The temptation of Facebook's CEOupdated: Thu May 06 2010 11:26:00

If not for founder Mark Zuckerberg's stubborn streak, social-media pioneer Facebook might be just another part of a giant media or tech outfit today. Instead it's a giant on its own, with close to 500 million users, some $20 billion in market value, and millions of investors eagerly awaiting an IPO. For his new book, The Facebook Effect: the Inside Story of the Company That Is Connecting the World, Fortune contributor David Kirkpatrick gained unprecedented access to the company and Zuckerberg, who turns 26 this month. In this adapted excerpt, Kirkpatrick reveals Zuckerberg's turmoil as he resisted takeover offers from a parade of moguls.

Facebook makes it easier for users to share interests across webupdated: Wed Apr 21 2010 16:32:00

Facebook on Wednesday announced plans to turn the web into one big cocktail party.

Fortune: The book that Facebook doesn't want you to readupdated: Thu Jun 25 2009 12:32:00

Best-selling author Ben Mezrich is the first to concede he doesn't know exactly what happened between Mark Zuckerberg and the Victoria's Secret model at that San Francisco club in the summer of 2005. He tells the story just as sources reported it to him: a touch on the leg. A grasp of the hand. The pair leaving the club. That's it. Any inference from there is your own.

Fortune: Is Facebook losing its glow?updated: Wed Apr 15 2009 11:30:00

It's been a busy couple of months for social networking site Facebook. CEO Mark Zuckerberg appeared on the cover of FORTUNE (dressed in a tie, no less) and shared with us his plans to turn Facebook into the next digital communications platform. Soon thereafter he landed on Oprah Winfrey's couch to offer a tutorial on the site he'd initially built four years ago. In March the company launched a redesign that a vocal group of users roundly criticized. A few weeks after that chief financial officer Gideon Yu resigned unexpectedly, prompting bloggers to speculate that the company must be readying itself for a public offering.

Fortune: Zuckerberg's newest 'friend': Oprahupdated: Fri Mar 13 2009 20:17:00

Anybody tuning in to Oprah Winfrey on Friday afternoon, March 13 learned at least three things about Mark Zuckerberg, 24 year-old founder and CEO of Facebook: He looks a lot like his father (the bearded man in the audience close-up). He's not interested in dating Gayle King's daughter, a 22 year-old Stanford grad (King: "She's smart!"). And he can take a poke or two - virtually and otherwise.

Fortune: How Facebook is taking over our livesupdated: Wed Mar 11 2009 09:39:00

Facebook held no appeal for Peter Lichtenstein. The New Paltz, N.Y., resident had checked out so-called social networking sites before, and he wasn't impressed. ("MySpace," he recalls, "was ridiculous.")

Facebook turns 5 -- but can it survive?updated: Wed Feb 04 2009 20:12:00

A Web site started by a student as a way of staying in touch with friends celebrated its fifth birthday Wednesday as a billion-dollar business and a global phenomenon. Facebook: Movement or Business?updated: Thu Jul 24 2008 01:00:00

At the company's annual conference, CEO Mark Zuckerberg had lofty words for the mission of his social network. But Facebook still has one thing on its mind: advertising

Fortune: Finding cracks in Facebookupdated: Tue May 13 2008 08:02:00

Late last year Mark Zuckerberg, the 24-year-old CEO of social-networking phenomenon Facebook, got onstage before a Madison Avenue crowd and declared that he was leading a once-in-a-century media revolution. Long story short: The revolution hasn't panned out. Six months later, advertisers could be forgiven for mistaking Facebook for a smaller MySpace or a much larger Friendster (remember them?). And far from changing media as we know it, the virtual home of Superpokes, Funwalls, and other such time wasters is showing cracks in its foundation.

Fortune: Meet Facebook's new number twoupdated: Sat Apr 12 2008 13:05:00

This is only day 13 on the job for Sheryl Sandberg, so forgive her if she doesn't have everything figured out just yet. She pulls her legs up beneath her into a white Eames chair.

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