The Facebook founder’s fortune has grown to $100 billion, placing him in the company of Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates.
Kevin Mayer, the newly appointed CEO of TikTok, has struck back at “maligning attacks” from Facebook over its Chinese ties.
The Twitter CEO said that he and employees feel “terrible” about the security breach, and addressed the possibility of Twitter adopting a subscription model.
The 500 companies who have pulled their advertisements “will be back” before long, the Facebook CEO said.
The #StopHateForProfit campaign has picked up steam as major brands have pulled ads from Facebook in condemnation of the social media platform’s inadequate content moderation.
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In the wake of mass protests following the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police, business leaders have issued statements in condemnation of racial violence.
The Twitter CEO responded to the President’s criticism of fact-checking links being added to his tweets on mail-in voting.
One of the first major companies to adopt a work-from-home policy in response to COVID-19, Twitter will now allow employees to work from home indefinitely.