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This 1-hour Facebook update and Zuck interview comes courtesy of the BBC

POSTED IN:  by Adam Doree, Dec 4, 2011 at 23:33 EST
BBC's Emily Maitlis pays Facebook towers a quick visit for a good Zucking

As Facebook hurtles towards the billion user mark and a heavily speculated IPO in 2012, it feels like a good time to check in and get an independent view of what’s going on at everyone’s favorite web site.

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OK Steve Jobs, now let’s see some charity

POSTED IN:  by Adam Doree, Aug 25, 2011 at 10:11 EST
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Steve Jobs has resigned as CEO of Apple. We all knew it was coming. In the wake of the news, some commentators have talked about how Apple will be fine under the new leadership of incoming CEO Tim Cook, others reckon Apple will be the next biggest gaming company with or without him. That’s all well and good, but if you ask me, the big discussion point now is this: Isn't it about time Steve Jobs got involved with some charitable activities? More »

This Warren Buffett documentary reveals how you can live like the world’s richest man

POSTED IN:  by Adam Doree, Jul 12, 2011 at 11:43 EST
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Not enough people have seen this awesome documentary about Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway and the world’s richest man with a 2011 net worth estimated at $50 billion. In fact, next to someone like Bill Gates, not all that many really who Warren Buffett is… More »

Is Steve Ballmer too “past it” to run Microsoft?

POSTED IN:  by Kikizo Staff, May 26, 2011 at 15:50 EST
Is he really stuck in the past? REALLY?

According to a hedge fund manager named David Einhorn, yes he is.

Einhorn, whose “Greenlight Capital” hedge fund commands a whole 0.11 per cent of Microsoft shares, reckons the Microsoft exec is “stuck in the past” – and that Ballmer should call it a day and “give someone else a chance” at running the empire. More »

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