Mark Cuban business goes back to the 1990s, when Cuban co-founded an online streaming company that he sold to Yahoo for $5.7 billion. He has since invested in dozens of startups and continues to do so as a host of the show “Shark Tank.”
Mark Luckie, a digital strategist and former journalist, says he accepted the job offer from Facebook reluctantly.
At first, he didn’t want to move to Silicon Valley from Atlanta, where he had been living, but he said his fiance was able to persuade him, telling him that the job presented an opportunity to make a difference on the influential social network.
“I was really excited. Facebook is an amazing company that reaches a lot of people,” Luckie, 35, said in an interview with The Washington Post. “I didn’t plan to leave.” Read More
comScore, Inc., a leader in measuring the digital world, today released its monthly ranking of U.S. web activity at the top online properties for July 2013 based on data from the comScore Media Metrix service. Yahoo is #1 for web traffic surpassing google for the first time since 2011.
The image of a Facebook stock certificate was included in the amended S-1 Facebook filed today with the SEC. It’s sure to become a collectors item for people who collect historic stock certificates. Checkout other popular stock certificates from Google, Apple, and Yahoo below. Read More