10.10.2012 [eGov monitor] - Facebook CEO and co-founder MarkZuckerberg has officially announced on the company blog that Facebook has reached 1 billion active users. In the official blog post, he writes: "This morning, there are more than one billion people using Facebook
05.10.2012 [ITProPortal] - But the site's real currency is active users and, aside from cash concerns, that one billion user number has been in Facebook founder MarkZuckerberg's sights for years. Yesterday, Zuckerberg announced that the site has finally, officially crossed the
26.09.2012 [Financial Times (blog)] - Dmitry Medvedev, Russia's internet-savvy prime minister, will have plenty to talk about when he meets MarkZuckerberg, co-founder and chief executive of Facebook, in Moscow next week. The visit by the US internet entrepreneur will be an opportunity to
04.10.2012 [ITProPortal] - Moreover, if your Facebook profile is required to match government records, MarkZuckerberg will also have to validate your identity in some way – and that means getting hold of your credit card or address details, or something similarly sensitive
06.10.2012 [The Next Web] - Fast-forward to a few months ago when news broke that MarkZuckerberg had negotiated to buy Systrom's app for $1 billion in cash and shares. This was right on the heels of when the social network was about to release their own photo sharing app
01.10.2012 [ITProPortal] - In November, Facebook chief MarkZuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg told US talk show host Charlie Rose that while they'd like for Facebook to be officially connected to the country's massive population, it is "not something we're focused on now."
05.10.2012 [Techwatch] - Still, MarkZuckerberg is obviously in the mood for celebrating. He declared: “This morning, there are more than one billion people using Facebook actively each month.” “If you're reading this: thank you for giving me and my little team the honour of
04.10.2012 [QFINANCE.com (blog)] - Forbes tackled the matter head on with an article by one of the journal's staff writers Nathan Vardi, unambiguously entitled: “The Man Responsible For Facebook's Stock Debacle Is MarkZuckerberg”. I've seen snappier titles, but this one makes its point