The most-discussed topic on Facebook globally in 2014 was 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, while the outbreak of the Ebola virus was the topic of the most conversation in the U.S., the social network announced in a Newsroom post Tuesday.
WhatsApp co-founder and CEO and Facebook director Jan Koum, vice president of business and marketing partnerships David Fischer, chief technology officer Mike Schroepfer, chief product officer Chris Cox, chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg, chief financial officer David Wehner, VP and general counsel Colin Stretch, chief accounting officer Jas Athwal and director Susan Desmond-Hellmann reported activities involving restricted stock units and sales of Facebook class-A common shares in Form 4 filings Tuesday with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg sold off another 283,318 class-A shares of common stock in the company, she reported in a Form 4 filing Wednesday with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Facebook is now a mobile company, but it’s neglecting the most valuable part of mobile marketing: the inbound phone call. In its third-quarter-2014 earnings statement, Facebook reported that two-thirds of the company’s ad revenues came from mobile, compared with less than one-half of the company’s ad revenues at this time last year. It’s no surprise that chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg emphasized Facebook’s dedication to “capitalizing on mobile,” referencing the relaunch of its ad solution, Atlas, and plans to invest in other cross-platform advertising technology.
Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg hosted a community question-and-answer session Thursday at the company’s headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif., during which he offered his views on topics including removing messaging from the social network’s flagship applications and requiring users to download Messenger, pages’ declining organic reach, whether or not Facebook is cool, The Social Network and his wardrobe.
Facebook director Marc Andreessen reported in a Form 4 filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission Friday that several funds he controls conducted pro rata distributions of class-A common shares in Facebook.
Facebook revealed during its third-quarter earnings call Tuesday that $2.96 billion of its $3.2 billion in revenue for the three-month period came from advertising, so it’s no surprise that the bulk of the call was devoted to advertising, as well. Chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg had much to say on the topic, and all her comments are included in this post.
Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg reported in a Form 4 filing Tuesday with the Securities and Exchange Commission that the Sandberg-Goldberg Family Trust received 333 shares of Facebook class-A common stock as part of a pro rata distribution by Technology Crossover Ventures to its limited partners.
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.