I’m taking a big guess here when it comes go Mark Zuckerburg plan. He has been open about saying what he wants to do, if you don’t know what I am writing about. 154 more words
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Last week, Mark Zuckerberg spent $19 billion on messaging service WhatsApp.
That’s $4bn in cold-hard cash, about $12bn in stock and a final $3bn in restricted shares to be paid to WhatsApp employees throughout the next four years. 1,133 more words
It seems like the Jewish people didn’t like this cartoon that Burkhard Mohr drew of Facebook owner Mark Zuckerburg. It apparently resembled Nazi Propaganda. Subsequently the cartoonist apologized. 150 more words
Facebook announced today that it will be buying WhatsApp for a mammoth $19 billion. The company says that just like Instagram, WhatsApp will continue to work as a separate entity under Facebook, though it also claims that this acquisition will help fasten “Facebook’s ability to bring connectivity and utility to the world.” Facebook, for quite a long time now, has had it’s own messaging service in the form of… 538 more words
Although I have accounts on Twitter (rarely used and almost never logged in again), Facebook (existing account that I rarely use because its a bunch of people that I don’t seem to know anymore or care to know about) I am not a fan of any of these social websites. 378 more words