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Face-Off.

There are a lot of reasons, pretty good ones, why Aaron Sorkin and David Fincher might have chosen not to make The Social Network. For example, it's a movie...

Why Facebook’s IPO Matters

Facebook's initial public offering later this spring will create a billion-dollar windfall for its founders and early investors. But at a deeper level, the...

The $100 Billion Question

Facebook was not created to turn a profit, founder Mark Zuckerberg famously said, but rather to promote a social ideal: making the world more "open and...

500 People Commented on Mark's Status

Lev Grossman's article on Mark Zuckerberg as Person of the Year was informative and fascinating ["Dec. 27-Jan. 3"]. I have thoroughly enjoyed my Facebook time...

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500 People Commented on Mark's Status Lev Grossman's article on Mark Zuckerberg as Person of the Year was informative and fascinating [BRACKET {Dec. 27 — Jan...

The (True?) Story Behind Facebook's Founding

Facebook has long been viewed as the brainchild of Mark Zuckerberg, the founder and CEO of the social-networking juggernaut that has garnered more than 200...

Facebook Looks to Get Personal

Facebook wants to make the Web more social, and in the process increase the information you're willing to share. That was the takeaway from founder Mark...

A Five-Step Program for Facebook Happiness

At one point in The Social Network, Aaron Sorkin's screenplay has Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg getting testy with his less visionary co-founder. "We don't...

How Facebook Got Its Groove Back

Five months after going public in one of the most controversial IPOs in U.S. history, social networking titan Facebook finally delivered some good news on...

Facebook Status Update: Organ Donor

Not content with merely changing the world, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg thinks he can save a few lives too. Users of the site can now post their organ-donor...

Who Will Rule the New Internet?

Correction Appended: June 6, 2008 Take what man makes and use it, But do not worship it, For it shall pass. An anonymous wit scratched those lines on...