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  1. Yahoo Year in Review 2012: Election, iPhone 5 & Kim Kardashian

    Sheryl Sandberg For the 12th straight year, Yahoo has announced their annual year in review. Since 2001, Yahoo has compiled lists of the top search queries entered into the search box in an attempt to determine the year's top stories, fads, and...

  2. Don't Be Evil Tool: Focus on the User Builds a 'More Relevant Google'

    The passive aggressive melodrama that has been Social Media Wars over the last several months has become open war, with Facebook, Twitter, MySpace as it was at the time: Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg and Mark Zuckerberg had gone on the Charlie Rose...

  3. SOPA Explained: Why It’s Bad for the Web & How to #StopSOPA

    Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg have both made posts to promote their anti-SOPA initiative, a Facebook Page on Anti-Piracy Bills. Lamar Smith, its chief sponsor, vowing to bring it back for markup in February, just days after the...

  4. Facebook Acquires Gowalla, Tests Negative Feedback Feature, Expands in NYC

    Most of the focus of Facebook’s announced New York City expansion focused on the hiring of more engineers, but tucked into COO Sheryl Sandberg's comments about hiring a slew of new technologists were her brief remarks that Facebook will also...

  5. Google+ vs. Facebook: More Passive Aggression & Creepiness in Tech Soap Opera

    Zuckerberg and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg took to the Charlie Rose show for their latest piggy-tail pull in the social media network playground war (though both sides deny there is a war – it's all a media conspiracy, you see).

  6. Mark Zuckerberg Now Richer Than Larry Page & Sergey Brin on Forbes 400

    Also appearing on the list: Jack Dorsey, Twitter (5th); Dick Costolo, Twitter (11th); Hoffman (18th); Robin Li, Baidu (25th); Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook (26th); and Dennis Crowley, Foursquare (45th). Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg rocketed past Google...

  7. Facebook Offers Small Businesses $50 in Advertising Credits

    At Facebook, former Googler Sheryl Sandberg is aiming to reach out to small businesses. In a USA Today interview, Sandberg called her dream “simple”: “I think every small business should […] be using Facebook,” she said.