Facebook CEO faces flak for refusing to ban Holocaust deniers [USA] July 19 (ANI): Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has yet again come under fire after he refused to ban Holocaust deniers from the social-networking site. Sify 2 hours ago
Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg clarifies Holocaust comments after outcry Facebook chief came under fire after saying it is 'too extreme' to ban publishers for spreading false claims. Brisbane Times 6 hours ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
Kylie Jenner is now a billionaire
New Delhi, Jul 13 (ANI): Kylie Jenner is now a billionaire at the age of 20. Jenner had amassed a whopping $900 million by from her family's reality show 'Keeping Up with the..
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Will Kylie Jenner Be The Youngest Billionaire?
According to extratv, "Kylie Jenner is about to break the record for youngest self-made billionaire! Forbes’... magazine estimates the 20-year-old’s worth at $900 million thanks to her Kylie..
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The age of the nerd: Why young billionaires are so boring Mark Zuckerberg has just toppled Warren Buffett on the rich list. Their paths to the top are vastly different stories. Brisbane Times 1 week ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
Mark Zuckerberg tops Buffett to become world's third-richest man Shrugging off Facebook's data scandal, his wealth continues to rise. For the first time in history, the three richest people on earth made their fortunes in technology. Brisbane Times 2 weeks ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age Mark Zuckerberg's wealth soars as Facebook shares rocket What crisis? Mark Zuckerberg is poised to become the world's third-richest person as Facebook shares soar. Brisbane Times on June 20, 2018 Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
Robots might take our jobs but free money is not the immediate answer Billionaires including Tesla’s Elon Musk, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Virgin’s Richard Branson are the latest flag bearers of a universal basic income. Brisbane Times on June 12, 2018 Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
Turnbull wants Zuckerberg to answer questions in Australia Mark Zuckerberg could be called to answer questions before an Australian parliamentary committee over Facebook's links with China's technology giant Huawei. SBS on June 7, 2018
Malcolm Turnbull would welcome Mark Zuckerberg testifying in Australian Parliament Responding to renewed concerns over Facebook's use of data, the Prime Minister said "we'd love to see the boss" in Parliament. Brisbane Times on June 7, 2018