What is Facebook's deal with Donald Trump? The answer lies in an October 2019 dinner at the White House
On 20 November last year, NBC News broke the news that Mark Zuckerberg, Donald Trump and a Facebook board member, Peter Thiel, had dined together at the White House the previous month
Peter Thiel, Facebook board member now owns just 63,550 Class A shares independently.
Facebook made its market debut on May 18 of that year at $38 per share and saw its share price languish below that level for more than a year.
Thiel, who is a member of Facebook’s board had already sold more than $1 billion worth of its stock before the filing made on Tuesday.
These are scary times, especially for journalism. The arrival of Nobody Speak: The Trial of the Free Press on Netflix therefore is incredibly significant.
Peter Thiel's answer referring to the fall of Apple, actually summarizes the state of the smartphone industry today.
To say that Silicon Valley was caught off-guard by Donald Trump’s election to the Presidential Office would be something of an understatement.
Univision deletes Gawker posts subject to active litigation in bid to start over with a 'clean slate'
Univision Communications Inc said on Saturday it has deleted postings subject to active litigation against Gawker Media Group Inc to create a "clean slate" for the online publishing company acquired for $135 million in a bankruptcy auction last month.
Gawker Media Chief Executive Nick Denton filed for personal bankruptcy protection on Monday, according to court documents that name his largest creditor as Hulk Hogan, a former professional wrestler who won a $140 million court judgment against the news website over a sex tape it posted.
Pro-gay Republicans have held up Donald Trump as the most supportive nominee in GOP history, but at this week's Republican National Convention, their excitement is clashing with the stark realisation that their party is still pushing a very different message.
Facebook Inc shareholders approved a proposal to create a new class of non-voting shares, a move aimed at letting Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg give away his wealth without relinquishing control of the social media company he founded.
Gawker Media LLC, an online publishing pioneer, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and put itself up for sale after a $140 million court judgment against it in a lawsuit brought by former professional wrestler Hulk Hogan
At the Code Conference in California, CEO and founder of Gawker Media, Nick Denton took responsibility for the stories published on his site. He also added that the likes of Facebook and Reddit must also be held responsible for the content published on their platform.
Gawker Media managed to get itself into a quite a pickle when it published a sex tape involving Terry Gene Bollea, better known as Hulk Hogan.
Oyo is the largest network of branded hotels today in India, a platform to search for budget rooms anywhere in the country which are clean and of reliable quality.
Guess who else is jumping onto the social networking bandwagon? Bill Gates has reportedly invested in a Berlin based company building a social networking website for the scientific community.