Aired 7 months ago 9:42
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Changes His Style
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Aired 9 months ago 49:57
'Can Mark Zuckerberg Fix Facebook Before It Breaks Democracy?'
'New Yorker' staff writer Evan Osnos talks how Facebook became vulnerable to spreading disinformation, how Zuckerberg is attempting to combat fake news, and the inherent problems in monitoring political content without violating users' free speech. "Over and over again Mark Zuckerberg believed that being at odds with the public was not a sign that you were doing something wrong; it was a sign that you were doing something innovative," Osnos says.
Aired 7 months ago 39:29
TIP215: Billionaire Mark Zuckerberg Lessons - Facebook (Business Podcast)
In this episode, you'll learn:· Why Mark Zuckerberg said no to $1B age 22· How Mark Zuckerberg thinks about making big changes to Facebook’s platform· What Mark Zuckerberg is most excited about over the next 20 years· How Mark Zuckerberg is working to get everyone on the planet online· Ask The Investors: Do you use a checklist when picking stocks?Important Links:Download your free audio book at Audible.Find the best job candidate at Ziprecruiter.Create original investment research with INVRS.Move your business to the cloud with Netsuite.Solve your long list of must-reads with Blinkist.Send money overseas without being short-changed with WorldFirst.Keep learning and thriving with Skillshare.Get access to the future of real estate investing with Fundrise.
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How pirates become the navy w/Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi
Early-stage startups are a lot like pirate ships – they need a buccaneering spirit to survive. But every startup needs to shed its pirate nature at some point, and evolve into something more akin to a navy – no less heroic, but more disciplined. Dara Khosrowshahi, as Uber CEO, took on the most extreme pirate-to-navy transition in startup history. Though Uber blitzscaled to become the most valuable startup in the world, it was also notorious for its toxic culture – and Dara turned the company around. His method? Truth-telling and doing the right thing. Cameo appearances: Arianna Huffington (Thrive Global) and Ben Chestnut (Mailchimp).
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