Tag: Mark Zuckerberg

The rise of the social media “Quarantine Party”

Over the weekend the world saw DJs and musicians serenading and playing music for people in their homes via social media and between the #TogetherAtHome initiative by WHO and Global Citizen to well-known American hip hop DJ, DNice hosting a seven hour set on his Instagram live to over 100,000 people worldwide including influential leaders and celebrities alike such as Jennifer Lopez, P. Diddy, the Obamas, Oprah Winfrey, Quincy Jones, and Facebook/Instagram owner himself, Mark Zuckerberg among others. This model that people are calling, "Club Quarantine" seems to be picking up. Managing Director of KGL FWD, Autumn Marie Faraj co-hosted a similar event herself called #RwandaLive, she joins CNBC Africa for more.

Mark Zuckerberg on how to be a multi-billionaire and not raise spoiled kids

By Catherine Clifford Mark Zuckerberg has a net worth of $74 billion, according to Forbes. The Facebook CEO and his wife, Priscilla Chan, could buy their two daughters...

Bitcoin vs Libra: Here are the key differences between the two cryptocurrencies

Facebook's Libra has inevitably been compared to popular cryptocurrencies like bitcoin. However, many experts question whether Libra can even be called a cryptocurrency.

Billionaire Mark Cuban calls Facebook’s digital coin Libra a ‘big mistake,’ saying it ‘could be dangerous’

Billionaire tech entrepreneur Mark Cuban criticized Facebook’s venture into cryptocurrency in a new CNBC interview.

5 powerful traits that separate successful Billionaires like Jeff Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg from everyone else

While there is no one-size-fits-all approach to success, there are a few traits worth adopting from some of the world’s most accomplished leaders, from Elon Musk to Jeff Bezos to Susan Wojcicki.

Facebook leads consortium creating Libra digital currency, launches Calibra digital wallet

Facebook is unveiling an ambitious plan to create a new digital currency and financial system to transform the way money moves around the world, and not just on its own apps.

Why Facebook is still a good buy despite data breach scandal

Why Facebook is still a good buy despite data breach scandal

Op-Ed: Why putting the words ‘learning’ and ‘Facebook’ together isn’t an oxymoron

Craig Blewett, University of KwaZulu-Natal It’s a rather impressive, if controversial, resume for a teenager: blamed for the election of Donald Trump, increased divorce rates, rising syphilis cases, and the advent of fake...
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