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It is hardly surprising given that this September, as well as taking exams in law, technology and finance, he will also be taking his online recruitment company global.
Sun Valley draws some of the biggest names in technology and media including Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg pictured here with his wife Priscilla Chan arriving at the 2011 event.
The 'Facebook' logo is reflected in a young Indian woman's sunglasses as she browses on a tablet in Bangalore on May 15, 2012.
Senator Mark R. Warner has asked the Federal Trade Commission to provide more information about recent reports that Facebook manipulated user news feeds during an emotional manipulation experiment .
After selling his startup, Lucas Carlson decided to write a book. Like most self-important entrepreneurs on a mission to change the world, he wanted to write about lessons learned in startup life.
Silly little Mark Zuckerberg thought that because he knew how to create an Internet-based tech company he could obliterate America's borders and legalize illegal immigration with his "smarts."
The National Basketball Association has come under heat in recent years for scouting players at the high school level and as a result the league has imposed age rules on drafting players.
When you're mid-career and you feel like there's something missing from the workforce, the easy choice is to sit by hoping, willing someone else to come up with a great idea to fill the need.
Technology companies are wooing interns with high-level perks and pay. For example, Facebook last month flew out a new intern and his mother to meet CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
With nearly 1.3 billion monthly average users, or MAUs, and over 800 million that access it on a daily basis, Facebook has been instrumental in changing the way the world communicates.
A group of tech leaders is urging the Federal Communications Commission to spend billions expanding access to wireless Internet in the nation's schools and libraries.
Prominent whistleblower Alexei Navalny published photos Tuesday of a posh pair of matching mansions on the outskirts of Moscow, allegedly owned by Kremlin-linked tycoons the Rotenberg brothers.
Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg's connections and millions could not defeat the Tea Party to pass comprehensive amnesty legislation this year.
To celebrate its 125th birthday , The Wall Street Journal got a bunch of big names to write down their thoughts on what tomorrow will be like for a package called " The Future of Everything ."
Ford Motor Co. Executive Chairman Bill Ford sees a bright -- albeit remodeled -- future for the automotive industry, according to an op-ed story he authored in As part of the newspaper's 125th anniversary of its first issue today, national figures gave their predictions on where the world is moving.
In case you missed it, many of last week's headlines revolved around a Texas cheerleader named Kendall Jones.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 04:40 am
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