The story of Paul Ceglia, who claims that he owns half of Facebook, will not die. Ceglia was arrested last week on suspicion of mail fraud and wire fraud. He has gone through seven attorneys while fighting Facebook, and the Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday that Ceglia’s eighth lawyer has walked out.
Reporting for work at Microsoft: Mark Zuckerberg? Facebook’s co-founder and CEO said it could very well have happened if the social network hadn’t taken off, and his conversation with Y Combinator Co-Founder Paul Graham at Stanford University’s Memorial Hall Saturday touched on several other topics, including the future of sharing, MySpace, and advice for startups.
Facebook Tops 1B Monthly Active Users; Mark Zuckerberg Speaks With NBC’s Matt Lauer, ‘Bloomberg Businessweek’; New Agency Of Record Wieden & Kennedy Debuts ‘The Things That Connect Us’
Facebook officially reached 1 billion monthly active users Sept. 14 at 12:45 p.m. PT, Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed in a post on the social network’s Newsroom, as well as in an interview with NBC’s Matt Lauer, and in a cover story for Bloomberg Businessweek.
Aaron Greenspan Claims Recently Discovered IMs With Mark Zuckerberg From 2004 Back His Claim To The Ideas Behind Facebook
Stop us if you’ve heard this before: A classmate of Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg from Harvard University is claiming that some of his ideas were stolen and incorporated into Facebook. Tyler Winklevoss, Cameron Winklevoss, or Divya Narenda? All of them are good guesses, but in this instance, we are talking about Aaron Greenspan.
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss — otherwise known as the Winklevoss twins or the Winklevii — are involved with a social network. What’s different is that this time, they are not claiming to have come up with the idea for it.
With Facebook’s share price sputtering, much attention has been paid to sales of the social network’s shares by insiders including Director Peter Thiel (pictured) and Co-Founder Dustin Moskovitz. Now, more details have emerged about their respective activities and plans.
If it wasn’t bad enough that Facebook Co-Founder Eduardo Saverin renounced his U.S. citizenship, fellow co-founder and current CEO Mark Zuckerberg was likely rooting for an athlete from Haiti during the men’s triple jump final at the 2012 London Summer Olympic Games Thursday, but Samyr Laine, his freshman roommate at Harvard University, finished 11th out of 12 competitors with a distance of 16.65 meters, well behind the gold medal winner, Christian Taylor of the U.S., and his 17.81 meters.
Facebook advertising platform Nanigans turned to the alma mater of Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg to bolster its advisory team, tapping Harvard University Assistant Professor of Statistics Edoardo M. Airoldi, director of the Harvard Laboratory for Applied Statistical Methodology, as a technical advisor.
Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg made her first public appearance since the social network’s troubled initial public offering, speaking to graduates of the business school at her alma mater and that of Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg, Harvard University, but nary a word was spoken about the IPO.
Harvard University is the birthplace of Facebook, and, according to research from Online Universities, the Crimson also dominate the Ivy League in terms of Facebook likes and people talking about this, with more than 10 times the likes of runner-up Yale University.