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Facebook COO and Lean In author Sheryl Sandberg has launched a campaign to ban the word "bossy", saying that it deters girls from becoming leaders.
The deal with Sony Pictures means the social network's leading lady will be leaning into more fame.
Facebook's chief operating officer weighs in on young teens on-again, off-again engagement with the aging social network.
The Facebook COO received a fat payday thanks to Wall Street's newfound love of the stock.
Facebook's No. 2 exec also addresses lukewarm reaction to Home, saying the company is on a path to make it more stable: "You love it or you don't. It's bimodal."
A former Google executive, Sandberg may be questioned as part of an antitrust case against Google, Apple, and other tech players.
The Facebook executive punctuates the value of leaning in by selling a small portion of her stake in the social network.
Facebook's chief operating officer is moonlighting as an entrepreneur and using a new Web site to encourage female professionals to band together in circles.
CNET columnist Ben Parr talks about why the Sheryl Sandberg he knows isn't superhuman and why that's a good thing.