Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg reported in a Form 4 filing Friday with the Securities and Exchange Commission that the Sandberg-Goldberg Family Trust received 334 shares of Facebook class-A common stock from Technology Crossover Ventures, as one of its limited partners.
Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg, chief product officer Chris Cox, chief technology officer Mike Schroepfer, vice president and general counsel Colin Stretch, chief accounting officer Jas Athwal and directors Reed Hastings and Erskine Bowles reported in Form 4 filings Thursday with the Securities and Exchange Commission that they exercised restricted stock units and, in the cases of the executives, sold off shares in the company.
Facebook vice president of business and marketing partnerships David Fischer revealed in a Form 4 filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission Friday that he sold 36,000 shares of class-A common stock in the company.
The Facebook Data Science Team conducted a detailed analysis of candidates for governor, the House of Representatives and the Senate in next month’s midterm elections, examining some 150,000 posts that have generated around 20 million likes, comments and shares.
I am usually the first one to point out when Facebook goes off the rails or just does something pointless and stupid. So to be fair to the big enchilada of social media, I have to give it some props for making a move in the right direction and doing its best to get rid of link-baiting. And yes, I know you already know all about the existence of the News Feed algorithm — that isn’t what this is about. It’s a success story and reason to love what Facebook has done (unless you’re one of the sites I’m talking about in this post, that is).
Facebook chief technology officer Mike Schroepfer revealed in a Form 4 filing Wednesday with the Securities and Exchange Commission that he exercised 35,000 restricted stock units that were set to expire Jan. 11, 2019, and immediately sold those 35,000 shares of class-A common stock.
New Facebook director and WhatsApp co-founder and CEO Jan Koum filed a Form 4 with the Securities and Exchange Commission Monday detailing Facebook stock he received as part of the closing of Facebook’s acquisition of WhatsApp.
With Facebook’s $19 billion acquisition of cross-platform messaging application WhatsApp now completed following European Commission approval last week, WhatsApp co-founder and CEO Jan Koum and co-founder and vice president Brian Acton were on the receiving end of financial rewards announced by Facebook Monday.
Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg sold off another 283,334 shares of class-A common stock in the company, she revealed in a Form 4 filing Friday with the Securities and Exchange Commission.