Mark Zuckerberg

Founder and CEO

Zuckerberg leads Facebook, which he founded in 2004. As such, Zuckerberg is responsible for setting the overall direction and product strategy for the company, leading the design of Facebook's service and development of its core technology and infrastructure. It's worked out well so far for the young entrepreneur. After founding the social networking site as an undergraduate at Harvard University, where he studied computer science before moving the company to Silicon Valley, he has seen it grow to 500 million users worldwide and a private-market valuation of $25 billion. We'll admit it: We're impressed.

Posts With Mark Zuckerberg

Content, Content Everywhere in Facebook’s Ideal Mobile World

Facebook CEO Zuckerberg, Other Tech Execs to Form D.C. Advocacy Group

Facebook Names Mike Schroepfer CTO

In Facebook’s News Feed Redesign, the Focus Is on the Photos

Zuckerberg, Milner, Brin and Other Tech Titans Donate Millions to Science

Facebook’s Q4 Earnings: Can Anyone Say “Mobile”?

With Graph Search, Facebook Needs to Go Beyond the “Like”

Graph Search: Facebook’s Way of Keeping You Inside of Facebook (Video)

Facebook’s Hundred-Dollar Test: How Much Would You Pay to Send a Message?

On Facebook, There’s No Privacy Setting for Your Friends’ Bad Judgment

Facebook Earnings, Part Deux: What to Expect When the Street Is Expecting

Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook’s Early Days: Go Hard or Go Home

Citi’s Mahaney: Facebook’s Social Search Got Nothing on Google

Wonder Why Zuckerberg Is More Polished in Public? Thank His New Speechwriter.

Sorry, Developers: Don’t Expect Facebook’s F8 Conference This Year

The ZuckerBump: Facebook Shares Climb After Founder Takes the Stage

Back on the Global Stage, Mark Zuckerberg Keeps His Cool

What Mark Zuckerberg Needs to Address in His First Post-IPO Appearance

Ben Horowitz to Facebook: No Biggie, I Had a Terrible IPO, Too

Why Facebook Might Really Be Doing Its Own Phone, Despite What Zuck Said

Facebook’s Shopping List: Talent, Not Tech

Zuckerberg Bullish on the Phone, Just Not on Building One

Mark Zuckerberg Showed Up. Next?