Published: Oct 29, 2021
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg officially changed his company’s name from Facebook to Meta on Thursday. This plan had been announced for a period, and the idea is understandable. Some Businesses normally decide to rebrand when it is bigger or want to change their identity. The interesting point of Zuckerberg’s organisation is that it focuses on metaverse technology, which is expected to change our world completely in the future.
Published: Oct 29, 2021
Today at its Connect 2021 conference, CEO Mark Zuckerberg introduced Meta, bringing together Facebooks apps and technologies under one new company brand, as it focuses on bringing the metaverse to life and helping people connect, find communities, and grow businesses.
Published: Oct 26, 2021
Late last year, Mark Zuckerberg faced a choice: Comply with demands from Vietnams ruling Communist Party to censor anti-government dissidents or risk getting knocked offline in one of Facebooks most lucrative Asian markets.
Published: Oct 21, 2021
WASHINGTON - The attorney general for the District of Columbia has added Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg to a lawsuit stemming from the Cambridge Analytica scandal, one of the first times the tech scion has personally been targeted by regulators.
Published: Jan 28, 2021
On a fourth quarter earnings call Wednesday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg lashed out at Apple, calling Apple anti-competitive at a moment when the social network itself is facing major federal scrutiny over antitrust issues.
Published: Jul 10, 2018
FACEBOOK tycoon Mark Zuckerberg yesterday became the latest global celebrity to offer moral support and encouragement to Thailand as the world toasts the success of the much-publicised operation to rescue 12 young footballers and their assistant coach from a flooded cave in Chiang Rai province.
Published: Apr 04, 2018
Washington - Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg will testify before a US congressional committee on April 11 following the Cambridge Analytica scandal over alleged misuse of users' personal data, the House Energy and Commerce Committee announced Wednesday.
Published: Mar 27, 2018
London - British MPs renewed a demand on Tuesday to interview Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg personally over a data privacy row, after he responded to an earlier request by offering to send one of his deputies.