Co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg isn’t the only top Facebook executive involved in real estate deals, as Forbes reported that chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg and her husband, SurveyMonkey CEO Dave Goldberg, sold their home in Atherton, Calif.
Much has been made recently over the fact that while Facebook users can set their friends lists to “Only Me” within their privacy settings, a slight loophole exists: If a user’s friend has their friends list set to public, all of their friends will appear when viewing their mutual friends, thereby “outing” that user, despite the “Only Me” setting. Mashable went one step further, piecing together some of the friends list of none other than Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
When Facebook announced its FbStart program to provide developers of mobile applications with up to $30,000 worth of free tools and services at its F8 global developer conference in San Francisco last month, registration was immediately opened to F8 attendees. The social network announced Wednesday that registration is now open to all developers with apps that have been live at least 30 days.
Sheryl Sandberg, Husband Dave Goldberg Join The Giving Pledge, To Donate At Least One-Half Of Their Fortunes
Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg and her husband, SurveyMonkey CEO Dave Goldberg, were among the new pledge signatories to The Giving Pledge, a group of billionaires who pledge to donate at least one-half of their fortunes to charitable causes.
Developing successful applications is likely a whole lot easier with $30,000 in free tools and services to start off with, and that’s exactly what selected developers will get out of FbStart, a new program announced by Facebook Wednesday at its F8 global developer conference in San Francisco.
With 2012 drawing to a close, which Facebook applications were the most important ones of the year? The list can be debated nonstop, and online presentation tool PowToon contributed its answer by using its technology to create the video below.
Facebook marketing outfit GroSocial announced the close of a $1 million series-A funding round, led by Kickstart Seed Fund, with contributions from Monarch Partners, Rock & Hammer Ventures, and other angel investors.