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Sun Valley Resort during the 2019 Allen and Co. media conference

Silicon Valley giants and media moguls have been flocking to an invite-only ‘summer camp for billionaires’ this week in Idaho — see ...

Historically, the conference has been a Petri dish for major mergers and acquisitions, including Jeff Bezos' purchase of the Washington Post.
Facebook cofounder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reportedly refused to believe that people thought he was more like Bill Gates than Elon Musk or Jeff Bezos

Bloomberg reports Facebook conducted research to get an idea of public perception regarding CEO Mark Zuckerberg to improve Facebook's reputation.
CBS This Morning co-anchor Gayle King interviewing Instagram head Adam Mosseri.

Instagram head denies widely-held belief that Instagram and Facebook listen in through smartphones

Instagram denies the persistent belief that it's listening in on users. "Doing so would be super problematic for a lot of different reasons."

Venture capitalist Josh Kushner and model Karlie Kloss just held a 2nd wedding ceremony. Here are 14 other power couples who rule the tech world.

Tech industry leaders are dating — and married to — prominent venture capitalists, models, athletes, and other powerful people.

16 of the biggest leaders in Silicon Valley reveal the one thing they would tell their teenage selves

Here's how Mark Zuckerberg, Sheryl Sandberg, Bill Gates, and other leaders have responded to the question, "What would you tell your younger self?"

Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg should try spending one day at Facebook’s nightmarish content moderation center in Tampa, Florida

Keeping Facebook's platform safe takes a toll on content moderators, who are severely underpaid, overworked, and overstressed.

From Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg to Oracle’s Safra Catz, these are the 23 richest self-made women in tech in the US

Sheryl Sandberg, Marissa Mayer, and Meg Whitman are some of the most powerful and wealthy women in tech whose fortunes have been entirely self-made.
SurveyMonkey CEO Zander Lurie.

How SurveyMonkey recovered from the death of its CEO and became a $2.1 billion public company

SurveyMonkey went public three years after its CEO, Dave Goldberg, suddenly died. The company is now run by Zander Lurie.
A full 11 million meetings happen in America every day.

$37 billion are lost every year on these 12 meeting mistakes

A full 11 million meetings happen in America every day, yet a third of them are productive. Here are a few reasons why.

Facebook’s shareholder meeting was a sad display of impotent groveling, and it’s the future in store for many other investors

Many Facebook investors are furious at Mark Zuckerberg, but can't do anything about it. Investors in other companies will soon feel their pain.