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Today’s innovative business leaders – Elon Musk, Richard Branson, Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg, and many others- display their strength to stay ahead with their cutting-edge platforms. Ultimately, innovation has the power to transform the world, and leadership will be a big part of it. Future companies are ready to build their structure around innovation, and for business leaders having an innovative mindset is essential to thriving in the business world. In this edition of “The 10 Most Innovative Business Leaders Revampingthe Future, 2021”, we have handpicked leaders who have set a striking example for upcoming leaders and entrepreneurs to follow. You will find more such inspiring stories of business leaders in this edition who have brought a drastic transformation in their respective sectors.
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What qualities are looked for in young people from all over the world at Harvard, Oxford, and Stanford? How do you write the "99 papers reviews" that will make you stand out among the hundreds of competitors? - There is a stereotype that the "elite," the "chosen," and the "bigwigs" get into Oxford, Harvard, or Stanford. Related Resources:Write an essay that Mark Zuckerberg would envyHow to Write an Essay in English — Examples of English EssaysHow to write an essay in German: structure, expressions, simple techniques for writing a good text, as well as an example of a ready-made essay. Read about all this in our materialHow to Write an Essay
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hari kumar 2021-11-01

Facebook since its launch has acquiring many features through time, but when the CEO Mark Zuckerberg decided to do a full name change of the company to focus more on “metaverse” it caused a lot of concern in both users and employees.What is the meaning of meta?Meta is a prefix in modern English that can refer to a variety of different connotations.

In popular culture, “meta” often has the meaning of self-referential or self-reflexive.

Metadata is additional information that describes other pieces of data.We can see that even though they said it’s not going to affect their social media platform users, the truth behind the scenes is not as rosy as it seems.What is the metaverse?The term “metaverse” is used to describe the digital environment that applies to a virtual reality world with its own 3D objects, users and content.

Metaverse is a combination of meta- (“beyond”) and the word “universe.”In these years Facebook has been left with no choice but to focus on metaverse, due to the rapid increase of the number of users.

Even though it’s not easy to change an existing name, Mark Zuckerberg decided to focus on this issue.Why did mark Zuckerberg change the facebook name?Mark Zuckerberg always said that Facebook is about bringing people closer together through sharing experiences.But actually, Facebook since its launch had been gaining profits and users and attracting more and more advertisers.This is because the platform was not only for sharing experiences but also gathered a lot of information about users personal life.Nowadays, Facebook’s main business is based on advertising.

Mark Zuckerberg said that advertising is the lifeblood of the platform .

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William Figueroa 2017-05-03
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p Facebook ($FB) has released its first-quarter 2017 earnings and revealed that it’s inching ever so close to having 2 billion people worldwide use the social network.

It now counts 1.94 billion monthly active users, an 18 percent increase from a year ago.

And 1.28 billion people use the service daily, making up 66 percent of the monthly count.

/p p “We had a good start to 2017,” said CEO Mark Zuckerberg in a statement.

“We’re continuing to build tools to support a strong global community.” /p p There are approximately 7.3 billion people in the world, and now nearly 27 percent of them are using Facebook.

It took the company eight years to hit 1 billion monthly users, but now it appears it’ll take five to get to 2 billion.

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Randy Rowald 2016-11-15
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If you're in search of a book that could completely change how

you think and possibly make you a better person, then look no

From the Tree: Parents, Children, and the Search for

Identity" might just be it.Lynn Lobash, a manager of reader services for the New York

Public Library, credits the book for changing her and making her

"If I had the power, I would make this required reading for all

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Troy Schindler 2016-12-31
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Finally, there was a way to chat with one another without having to send a dreaded email or worse, get up and actually go chat with your coworker face-to-face.

Thanks to Slack and a handful of other messaging platforms, businesses could easily communicate across teams using a single interface where you could also send files, GIFs and more.What comes with these workplace messaging platforms are artificial intelligence technologies, more casually referred to as chatbots.

Think of the Slackbot or iPhone s Siri or Amazon s Echo; employees can chat with these pieces of software and oftentimes they are used to assist companies with everyday tasks.

For example, chatbots can help companies train new employees by moving entire training sessions online.

These artificial intelligence platforms can also deliver data-driven results in places like call centers, assisting customer service representatives as they solve problems for frustrated customers.

For example, a comprehensive chatbot assistant must be able to discern colloquial language from slang from formal language, as well as separate out multi-step requests that could come in a single sentence.If you implement a chatbot into your workplace, consider the following scenario.

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Jarvis Lett 2017-03-29
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Looking back at older versions of software makes you wonder how we even managed to use them years ago.

Dusty iterations of programs like Word, Excel, and even Photoshop were crude as hell by today’s standards.

But what if Snapchat—Mark Zuckerberg’s favorite ephemeral app—had existed on desktop computers in the ‘90s?

It probably would have been simpler to use, actually.

The self-destructing social media app prides itself on an interface that most adults find confusing, while tweens find it second nature.

But as Squirrel Monkey reveals, had Snapchat existed before mobile devices with touchscreens and built-in cameras, it would have been dependent on simple pulldown menus and buttons, UI elements even your grandparents mastered.

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Brendon Dwelle 2019-06-07
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New research coming out of George Washington University provides one of the most exhaustive looks yet at the vast and complex network of self-proclaimed Islamic State (IS) supporters permeating the encrypted messaging platform Telegram.

Yet while its members continue to carry out violent attacks in the Middle East and North Africa—and most recently, in the Ebola-wracked Democratic Republic of the Congo—its supporters, known as the munasireen, are also amplifying the group’s beliefs online; creating and distributing content throughout a Telegram-based ecosystem comprised of hundreds, if not thousands, of groups and channels.

Founded by the Russian Durov brothers in 2013, Telegram offers these munasireen a unique “digital toolbox” for propagating multimedia content sympathetic to the scattered organisation's fundamentalist ideology.

English-speaking IS supporters are especially drawn to the platform, for among other reasons, the company’s reputation for defying law enforcement requests to help identify its users.

Pavel Durov, the app’s principal founder—also known as “Russia’s Mark Zuckerberg”—hightailed it out of Russia in 2014 and purchased citizenship in the Caribbean island of St. Kitts where he remains largely insusceptible to political and legal pressure.

(The report finds, however, that Telegram “appears to be increasing its ToS enforcement and potentially changing its tune on cooperation with law enforcement.”)

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James Musick 2019-03-07
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And on the sixth day of March the clouds above Menlo Park parted, and lo, Mark Zuckerberg spoke of privacy.

Today was another Big Idea day for Mark, one where our pallid, lab-grown CEO shovels 3,000 words of pure disruption down our collective throats (in the form of a lengthy Facebook post).

This particular sermon’s themes were privacy and security—topics I think we can all agree Facebook is known for and excels at.

Let’s see what he’s learned.

“There is a growing awareness that the more entities that have access to your data, the more vulnerabilities there are for someone to misuse it or for a cyber attack to expose it,” Zuckerberg wrote in the post, titled “A Privacy-Focused Vision for Social Networking.” “There is also a growing concern among some that technology may be centralising power in the hands of governments and companies like ours.”

Zuckerberg’s solution to this problem, apparently, is to build a communication chimera that connects WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, and Instagram.

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Ronald Evans 2021-04-06
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mark zuckerberg signal

In the recent Facebook data breach, even Mark Zuckerberg’s data was leaked. It leaked the personal information of 533 Million Facebook users. The data included ...

The post Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg uses Signal app appeared first on Gizchina.com.

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Edward Scates 2016-06-06
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Mark Zuckerberg may be the king of social media, but it does not mean that he did not have the same cash password as the rest of us.

First came hackersen after Katy Perry and it followed the now to go after Facebookchefen.

Mark Zuckerbergs Twitter and Pinterest were hacked over the weekend, and apparently it was not even also difficult for the hackers.

Ourmine Team that is said to be responsible for the attack posted via Twitter that they got into the accounts because the passwords were among those recently leaked from Linkedin in may. Which would mean that not even the Facebook co-founder have the discipline enough to have a unique lösenrod for each of their socialamediekonton.

Ourmine claimed in addition that the password was "dadada", which purely is not is so many degrees better than "1234" or "password".

Facebook denies the fact that any of their systems have been broken.

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Charles Janow 2019-05-30
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Mark Zuckerberg is still in power at Facebook.

At the company’s annual meeting today, Facebook stockholders rejected multiple proposals to limit the power of the social network’s founder and executive.

So when I say “Facebook stockholders” made a decision, that’s technically the truth, but really it’s Zuckerberg himself who gets to decide just how much power Zuckerberg retains at the company.

Unless he votes to limit his own power in the company, proposals like these are doomed to fail at the meetings—they do, however, succeed in raising the critic’s myriad complaints to a wide audience at a sensitive and important moment for the company.

Issues including free speech, safety, US election interference, and privacy problems from Facebook’s recent dizzying cycle of scandal-apology-scandal were used as sharp attacks against Zuckerberg.

After shutting down the latest mini-revolt—it’s not yet clear how many shareholders voted to give Zuck the boot—Zuckerberg came on stage and reiterated his promises to change the way the company makes progress on those issues.

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Kristie Hernandez 2016-08-11
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Sitting at his desk in Facebook headquarters, CEO Mark Zuckerberg's workspace is unique in that he has no designated office in the open space Menlo Park, California, workplace.

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Donald Mansour 2019-04-24

In the future, everyone will have a podcast — and by “future,” I mean like mid-2020.

But one step at a time, starting with Facebook founder, CEO and definite human person, Mark Zuckerberg .

Facebook announced the podcast’s Spotify link on Twitter.

How’s that for platform synergy?

The rather dryly named “Tech and Society With Mark Zuckerberg” will feature, well, conversations on tech and society with Mark Zuckerberg.

Honestly, folks, it’s right there in the name.

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Jacqueline Cleghorn 2019-02-28
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Steve Wozniak said in an interview with Bloomberg that he thinks Jack Dorsey is doing more to counter tech scandals than Mark Zuckerberg.

The Apple cofounder said he "lost a lot of respect" for Mark Zuckerberg watching him answer questions about Facebook.

As an example of an ethical social media company, Wozniak named geolocation app Foursquare.

Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak has told Bloomberg that he thinks Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is doing a better job of handling the techlash than Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg.

When asked about Zuckerberg and Dorsey getting into hot water over recent scandals — which is sometimes referred to as the "techlash" — Wozniak said: "I think Jack Dorsey's doing a lot more than Mark Zuckerberg to correct it.

"I lost a lot of respect for Mark Zuckerberg watching him speak and answer questions and supposedly taking some steps that are nothingy — not one nickel or one penny of Facebook's income, and I don't trust that."

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Christopher Driskell 2019-09-20
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg held an unannounced meeting with President Donald Trump during Zuckerberg's visit to Washington on Thursday.

On Thursday evening, Trump posted an uncharacteristically passive tweet confirming their meeting.

The tweet possibly came from one of his staff members.

Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

President Donald Trump posted an uncharacteristically lukewarm tweet Thursday evening after meeting with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Trump shared a photo of himself and Zuckerberg with the caption "Nice meeting with Mark Zuckerberg of @Facebook in the Oval Office today."

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CIO Look 2021-11-25
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Today’s innovative business leaders – Elon Musk, Richard Branson, Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg, and many others- display their strength to stay ahead with their cutting-edge platforms. Ultimately, innovation has the power to transform the world, and leadership will be a big part of it. Future companies are ready to build their structure around innovation, and for business leaders having an innovative mindset is essential to thriving in the business world. In this edition of “The 10 Most Innovative Business Leaders Revampingthe Future, 2021”, we have handpicked leaders who have set a striking example for upcoming leaders and entrepreneurs to follow. You will find more such inspiring stories of business leaders in this edition who have brought a drastic transformation in their respective sectors.
hari kumar 2021-11-01

Facebook since its launch has acquiring many features through time, but when the CEO Mark Zuckerberg decided to do a full name change of the company to focus more on “metaverse” it caused a lot of concern in both users and employees.What is the meaning of meta?Meta is a prefix in modern English that can refer to a variety of different connotations.

In popular culture, “meta” often has the meaning of self-referential or self-reflexive.

Metadata is additional information that describes other pieces of data.We can see that even though they said it’s not going to affect their social media platform users, the truth behind the scenes is not as rosy as it seems.What is the metaverse?The term “metaverse” is used to describe the digital environment that applies to a virtual reality world with its own 3D objects, users and content.

Metaverse is a combination of meta- (“beyond”) and the word “universe.”In these years Facebook has been left with no choice but to focus on metaverse, due to the rapid increase of the number of users.

Even though it’s not easy to change an existing name, Mark Zuckerberg decided to focus on this issue.Why did mark Zuckerberg change the facebook name?Mark Zuckerberg always said that Facebook is about bringing people closer together through sharing experiences.But actually, Facebook since its launch had been gaining profits and users and attracting more and more advertisers.This is because the platform was not only for sharing experiences but also gathered a lot of information about users personal life.Nowadays, Facebook’s main business is based on advertising.

Mark Zuckerberg said that advertising is the lifeblood of the platform .

Randy Rowald 2016-11-15
img

If you're in search of a book that could completely change how

you think and possibly make you a better person, then look no

From the Tree: Parents, Children, and the Search for

Identity" might just be it.Lynn Lobash, a manager of reader services for the New York

Public Library, credits the book for changing her and making her

"If I had the power, I would make this required reading for all

Jarvis Lett 2017-03-29
img

Looking back at older versions of software makes you wonder how we even managed to use them years ago.

Dusty iterations of programs like Word, Excel, and even Photoshop were crude as hell by today’s standards.

But what if Snapchat—Mark Zuckerberg’s favorite ephemeral app—had existed on desktop computers in the ‘90s?

It probably would have been simpler to use, actually.

The self-destructing social media app prides itself on an interface that most adults find confusing, while tweens find it second nature.

But as Squirrel Monkey reveals, had Snapchat existed before mobile devices with touchscreens and built-in cameras, it would have been dependent on simple pulldown menus and buttons, UI elements even your grandparents mastered.

James Musick 2019-03-07
img

And on the sixth day of March the clouds above Menlo Park parted, and lo, Mark Zuckerberg spoke of privacy.

Today was another Big Idea day for Mark, one where our pallid, lab-grown CEO shovels 3,000 words of pure disruption down our collective throats (in the form of a lengthy Facebook post).

This particular sermon’s themes were privacy and security—topics I think we can all agree Facebook is known for and excels at.

Let’s see what he’s learned.

“There is a growing awareness that the more entities that have access to your data, the more vulnerabilities there are for someone to misuse it or for a cyber attack to expose it,” Zuckerberg wrote in the post, titled “A Privacy-Focused Vision for Social Networking.” “There is also a growing concern among some that technology may be centralising power in the hands of governments and companies like ours.”

Zuckerberg’s solution to this problem, apparently, is to build a communication chimera that connects WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, and Instagram.

Edward Scates 2016-06-06
img

Mark Zuckerberg may be the king of social media, but it does not mean that he did not have the same cash password as the rest of us.

First came hackersen after Katy Perry and it followed the now to go after Facebookchefen.

Mark Zuckerbergs Twitter and Pinterest were hacked over the weekend, and apparently it was not even also difficult for the hackers.

Ourmine Team that is said to be responsible for the attack posted via Twitter that they got into the accounts because the passwords were among those recently leaked from Linkedin in may. Which would mean that not even the Facebook co-founder have the discipline enough to have a unique lösenrod for each of their socialamediekonton.

Ourmine claimed in addition that the password was "dadada", which purely is not is so many degrees better than "1234" or "password".

Facebook denies the fact that any of their systems have been broken.

Kristie Hernandez 2016-08-11
img

Sitting at his desk in Facebook headquarters, CEO Mark Zuckerberg's workspace is unique in that he has no designated office in the open space Menlo Park, California, workplace.

Jacqueline Cleghorn 2019-02-28
img

Steve Wozniak said in an interview with Bloomberg that he thinks Jack Dorsey is doing more to counter tech scandals than Mark Zuckerberg.

The Apple cofounder said he "lost a lot of respect" for Mark Zuckerberg watching him answer questions about Facebook.

As an example of an ethical social media company, Wozniak named geolocation app Foursquare.

Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak has told Bloomberg that he thinks Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is doing a better job of handling the techlash than Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg.

When asked about Zuckerberg and Dorsey getting into hot water over recent scandals — which is sometimes referred to as the "techlash" — Wozniak said: "I think Jack Dorsey's doing a lot more than Mark Zuckerberg to correct it.

"I lost a lot of respect for Mark Zuckerberg watching him speak and answer questions and supposedly taking some steps that are nothingy — not one nickel or one penny of Facebook's income, and I don't trust that."

bettydawson 2021-11-22
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What qualities are looked for in young people from all over the world at Harvard, Oxford, and Stanford? How do you write the "99 papers reviews" that will make you stand out among the hundreds of competitors? - There is a stereotype that the "elite," the "chosen," and the "bigwigs" get into Oxford, Harvard, or Stanford. Related Resources:Write an essay that Mark Zuckerberg would envyHow to Write an Essay in English — Examples of English EssaysHow to write an essay in German: structure, expressions, simple techniques for writing a good text, as well as an example of a ready-made essay. Read about all this in our materialHow to Write an Essay
William Figueroa 2017-05-03
img

p Facebook ($FB) has released its first-quarter 2017 earnings and revealed that it’s inching ever so close to having 2 billion people worldwide use the social network.

It now counts 1.94 billion monthly active users, an 18 percent increase from a year ago.

And 1.28 billion people use the service daily, making up 66 percent of the monthly count.

/p p “We had a good start to 2017,” said CEO Mark Zuckerberg in a statement.

“We’re continuing to build tools to support a strong global community.” /p p There are approximately 7.3 billion people in the world, and now nearly 27 percent of them are using Facebook.

It took the company eight years to hit 1 billion monthly users, but now it appears it’ll take five to get to 2 billion.

Troy Schindler 2016-12-31
img

Finally, there was a way to chat with one another without having to send a dreaded email or worse, get up and actually go chat with your coworker face-to-face.

Thanks to Slack and a handful of other messaging platforms, businesses could easily communicate across teams using a single interface where you could also send files, GIFs and more.What comes with these workplace messaging platforms are artificial intelligence technologies, more casually referred to as chatbots.

Think of the Slackbot or iPhone s Siri or Amazon s Echo; employees can chat with these pieces of software and oftentimes they are used to assist companies with everyday tasks.

For example, chatbots can help companies train new employees by moving entire training sessions online.

These artificial intelligence platforms can also deliver data-driven results in places like call centers, assisting customer service representatives as they solve problems for frustrated customers.

For example, a comprehensive chatbot assistant must be able to discern colloquial language from slang from formal language, as well as separate out multi-step requests that could come in a single sentence.If you implement a chatbot into your workplace, consider the following scenario.

Brendon Dwelle 2019-06-07
img

New research coming out of George Washington University provides one of the most exhaustive looks yet at the vast and complex network of self-proclaimed Islamic State (IS) supporters permeating the encrypted messaging platform Telegram.

Yet while its members continue to carry out violent attacks in the Middle East and North Africa—and most recently, in the Ebola-wracked Democratic Republic of the Congo—its supporters, known as the munasireen, are also amplifying the group’s beliefs online; creating and distributing content throughout a Telegram-based ecosystem comprised of hundreds, if not thousands, of groups and channels.

Founded by the Russian Durov brothers in 2013, Telegram offers these munasireen a unique “digital toolbox” for propagating multimedia content sympathetic to the scattered organisation's fundamentalist ideology.

English-speaking IS supporters are especially drawn to the platform, for among other reasons, the company’s reputation for defying law enforcement requests to help identify its users.

Pavel Durov, the app’s principal founder—also known as “Russia’s Mark Zuckerberg”—hightailed it out of Russia in 2014 and purchased citizenship in the Caribbean island of St. Kitts where he remains largely insusceptible to political and legal pressure.

(The report finds, however, that Telegram “appears to be increasing its ToS enforcement and potentially changing its tune on cooperation with law enforcement.”)

Ronald Evans 2021-04-06
img
mark zuckerberg signal

In the recent Facebook data breach, even Mark Zuckerberg’s data was leaked. It leaked the personal information of 533 Million Facebook users. The data included ...

The post Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg uses Signal app appeared first on Gizchina.com.

Charles Janow 2019-05-30
img

Mark Zuckerberg is still in power at Facebook.

At the company’s annual meeting today, Facebook stockholders rejected multiple proposals to limit the power of the social network’s founder and executive.

So when I say “Facebook stockholders” made a decision, that’s technically the truth, but really it’s Zuckerberg himself who gets to decide just how much power Zuckerberg retains at the company.

Unless he votes to limit his own power in the company, proposals like these are doomed to fail at the meetings—they do, however, succeed in raising the critic’s myriad complaints to a wide audience at a sensitive and important moment for the company.

Issues including free speech, safety, US election interference, and privacy problems from Facebook’s recent dizzying cycle of scandal-apology-scandal were used as sharp attacks against Zuckerberg.

After shutting down the latest mini-revolt—it’s not yet clear how many shareholders voted to give Zuck the boot—Zuckerberg came on stage and reiterated his promises to change the way the company makes progress on those issues.

Donald Mansour 2019-04-24

In the future, everyone will have a podcast — and by “future,” I mean like mid-2020.

But one step at a time, starting with Facebook founder, CEO and definite human person, Mark Zuckerberg .

Facebook announced the podcast’s Spotify link on Twitter.

How’s that for platform synergy?

The rather dryly named “Tech and Society With Mark Zuckerberg” will feature, well, conversations on tech and society with Mark Zuckerberg.

Honestly, folks, it’s right there in the name.

Christopher Driskell 2019-09-20
img

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg held an unannounced meeting with President Donald Trump during Zuckerberg's visit to Washington on Thursday.

On Thursday evening, Trump posted an uncharacteristically passive tweet confirming their meeting.

The tweet possibly came from one of his staff members.

Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

President Donald Trump posted an uncharacteristically lukewarm tweet Thursday evening after meeting with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Trump shared a photo of himself and Zuckerberg with the caption "Nice meeting with Mark Zuckerberg of @Facebook in the Oval Office today."