In a twisted turn of karmic legal events, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, the 29-year-old twins who succeeded in extracting a reported $65 million from Facebook CEO (and TIME’s 2010 Person of the Year) Mark Zuckerberg, are now …
So if you were second youngest person to ever be named TIME’s Person of the Year, and the inventor of Facebook, where would you break the news? (Hint: Wait, you need a hint?)
See? He really isn’t the meanie portrayed in The Social Network.
Facebook founder – and 2010 Person of the Year candidate – Mark Zuckerberg appeared on 60 Minutes last night. He was asked once again about the Winklevoss brothers, and the sordid legal actions stemming back to the trio’s …
In what will surely become known as the Frost-Nixon de nos jours, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and 60 Minutes‘ Lesley Stahl are set to go one-on-one again this Sunday. Let’s hope they don’t unfriend each other once the dust settles.
More than 500 million people have chosen to follow his vision for the (sometimes) all-day social addiction.
Octomom outfits are so 2009. This year, there’s plenty of pop-culture news worth mining for Halloween-costume glory. Head over to TIME.com for a look at the getups that are sure to win any costume contest.
Surprise, surprise. Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, has claimed the new film about his life, The Social Network, is inaccurate.
Is anyone surprised that people would rather work for Oprah than for the president?
The social network behemoth confirms that unspecified site issues resulted in the site acting slow or unavailable for some of its 500 million users. Somebody should make a movie about this company!
The Social Network, the story of Mark Zuckerberg’s founding of Facebook, was the most popular movie in America this weekend. Was is the story of a socially-impaired jerk who abandoned all human connection for fame and fortune, or …
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