"Facebook Interviews" Category

Zuckerberg and Russia’s PM Medvedev Discuss Facebook in Moscow

zuckerberg_medvedev1Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev had a meeting with the founder of the social network Facebook Mark Zuckerberg. Dmitry Medvedev and Mark Zuckerberg discussed the possibility of the Facebook presence in Russia as a software development company.
Participants of the meeting also talked about IT business in Russia, the problems of copyrights in the Internet and prospects of the startups in the “Skolkovo”.

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Facebook Creates the Biggest Office Designed by Frank Gehry

facebook_office_logoPrevioulsy we had a look on the Facebook office inside, and now Mark Zuckerberg invited legendary architect Frank Gehry to design a new campus for the social network employees in Silicon Valley.

It should be a unique workspace for 3400 engineers that support and update the most popular social network in the world.

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Warren Buffett said: I will not buy Facebook shares

facebook_warren_buffett81 year old billionaire Warren Buffett said that he is not going to buy shares in Facebook but also mentioned that he doesn’t consider Facebook as a second dotcom bubble. “People get excited about companies that have done that well.”

The Daily Telegraph reported Mr Buffett saying: “It is not a bubble… this is not what we were seeing in late 1999 all the way into 2001. We aren’t in any bubble phase of anything.”

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Inside Facebook Office in Menlo Park

Facebook-HQ.-You-Like-ThisAt the end of 2011 Facebook completely moved to the new headquarters in Menlo Park and said goodbye to the office in Palo Alto. Yesterday some new pictures of the Facebook Office were published in social networks. Let’s have a look on these photos! Some things are very interesting and not immediately understandable.

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Facebook is moving headquarters to Menlo Park

Facebook is changing its location area. It will be situated in Sun Microsystem’s 57-acre campus in Menlo Park now while moving 3.6 miles down the road.

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