President Barack Obama and Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg talk about the importance of entrepreneurs at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talks to President Barack Obama about why wanting to create change is just as important as creating a company.
Technically Incorrect: We're all supposed to share everything. It seems from a picture posted to Instagram that Facebook's CEO isn't so sure. It appears that he tapes up his webcam and covers up his mic jack.
Facebook shareholders vote to keep PayPal's co-founder on the board of directors, one month after he acknowledged funding lawsuits against Gawker Media in an effort to drive it out of business.
Jerry Seinfeld gets all Seinfeldy on Mark Zuckerberg's personal goals and his secret home AI project. Privacy is a concern for Zuckerberg.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg held a Facebook Live event this morning and managed to land a pretty big guest: legendary comedian Jerry Seinfeld. Watch Zuck squirm when Seinfeld asks some personal questions.
In his latest question-and-answer session, the Facebook co-founder answers oddball questions, including one about whether he's secretly a reptile. He also hangs out with comedian Jerry Seinfeld.
Chief executives of tech companies manage to snag 18 spots on Glassdoor's annual list of the highest-rated CEOs in America.
Reusing a password on multiple sites seems to have led to Mark Zuckerberg being slightly embarrassed.
We chat about the effects of Snowden's leaks, as well as Mark Zuckerberg's social-media accounts getting hacked and Sprint's new pitchman.
It looks like a LinkedIn data breach lead to the Facebook CEO's Twitter and Pinterest accounts being compromised.
Unthinkable? Actually, Facebook's board has given the idea some serious thought.
Kindness pays. Literally.
Share your good deed and we will give $1 to the American Heart Association.