In her new ebook, Cybersexism, Laurie Penny argues that the degradation of women online has become all too common — and condemns those who think it is innocuous.
Who’s your pick for next Microsoft CEO? Now’s your chance to weigh in…. Insider? Outsider? Young un? Veteran? Sheryl Sandberg? Paul Maritz? Steven Sinofsky? Satya Nadella? Who?
We’ve heard it a million times — teens are leaving Facebook. But even if it’s true that teens are frustrated by the platform, it’s not clear that they’re actually, truly departing. Here’s why.
Facebook hit the user metrics on mobile in January that moved the company into mobile territory, but it was the second quarter earnings released Wednesday that proved that the money is on mobile too.
Despite the good intentions of Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg to promote dialogue about pregnancy and work, lawyers are urging firms not to bring up the issue.
Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg has a lot of issues to deal with right now, from PRISM and allegations of governent cooperation to questions about the company’s revenue. On Tuesday, he got to add stockholder questions to that list.
Rap Genius started out as a website that lets fans annotate rap lyrics, but it’s expanded to allow annotation of lots of different types of content. Cooking site Food52 has partnered with Rap Genius to let users annotate recipes, and Sheryl Sandberg annotated the first chapter of Lean In.
The business and technology worlds are talking about Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s book Lean In. After reading it, we’re weighing in here.
The future of workplace equality and support for people to pursue families and careers obviously matters, Anne-Marie Slaughter said at SXSW. And in many ways that future rests with men?
Facebook gets into the picture with a News Feed redesign, Sheryl Sandberg wants you to Lean In, and what the heck is Hadoop?