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Pradeep Manukonda Files Defamation Lawsuit Against Mark Zuckerberg In India


The first time I wrote about Pradeep Manukonda in February 2011, it was because Mark Zuckerberg filed a restraining order against him.  Zuckerberg filed legal papers saying that Manukonda tried to follow, surveil, and contact him using language that had threatened his personal safety.

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Mark Zuckerberg “Likes” iGrill, Crashes Their Servers

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In the past weekend, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg “liked” and wrote a status message about iGrill.  After getting an endorsement from Mark Zuckerberg, iGrill’s website got so much traffic that their website went down.  I would not be surprised if sales of iGrill shot up too.  “I updated my grilling app, iGrill, today and it now has Facebook integration that lets you see what other people are grilling right now around the world. Awesome. I’m making a Fred’s steak,” said Zuckerberg.  iGrill is a wireless thermometer and application that ensures that your meat is at the best temperature.  iGrill recently added Facebook integration, which allows you to see a map of other people that are grilling.  iGrill’s Bluetooth thermometer can stretch around 200 feet and the app has a kitchen timer, time remaining, etc.  [BusinessInsider]

Mark Zuckerberg Acknowledges Facebook’s Stock Is “Painful” To Watch

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has acknowledged that the company’s stock has been painful to watch.  Zuckerberg talked about the stock during a company-wide meeting earlier this month according to the Wall Street Journal.  Facebook is working on a larger initiative to improve company morale.  Previously Zuckerberg avoided talking about the stock since the IPO and wanted people to focus on work.  However Facebook senior management has started to worry that the stock’s poor performance is hurting employee performance.  Zuckerberg even joked about firing Facebook CFO, David Ebersman during the meeting.  However he quickly followed up by saying that Ebersman and the deals team “did a great job.”

Facebook Spent $700,000 For Mark Zuckerberg To Fly On Private Jets Last Year

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It is very common for tech CEOs to travel by jet.  Earlier today Pulse2 wrote about how Michael Dell’s daughter posted a photo on Instagram of their private jet travels and last year Pulse2 wrote about how Google’s co-founders offered to pay NASA $33 million for a hangar to cover 8 private jets.

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WATCH: Olympics Announcer Bob Fitzgerald Mistakes Jesse Eisenberg For Mark Zuckerberg

Bob Fitzgerald is an Olympics announcer that said “I know I’m gonna put that picture on Facebook. We’ve got every executive of note, it seems worldwide, attending these games” during a telecast of the men’s basketball gold medal came. He said this when the camera cut to Jesse Eisenberg. Fitzgerald mistook Eisenberg of being Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg. To his credit, Eisenberg resembled Zuckerberg enough to land himself the role of Mark Zuckerberg in “The Social Network” movie. Check out the video below:
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Marc Andreessen Steps Down From App.Net Board


Earlier this week App.net founder Dalton Caldwell wrote an open letter to Mark Zuckerberg.  Facebook wanted to buy out his company and threatened him to take it.  Facebook was planning to launch the Facebook App Center at the time and indicated that if he did not take the offer, he would feel the full force of competition from the social network.

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Mark Zuckerberg Says Facebook Is Not Making A Phone

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that the company is not making a phone despite several reports about it.  Zuckerberg reported the news on a conference call with financial analysts and reporters earlier this week.  He said it “wouldn’t really make much sense for us to do.”

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Mark Zuckerberg’s Home Has A 30-Year Adjustable Rate Loan Starting At 1.05%

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Mark Zuckerberg, the billionaire co-founder of Facebook, has refinanced his $5.95 million mortgage on his home in Palo Alto, California with a 30-yer adjustable-rate starting at 1.05% according to public records of the home. The borrowing costs that are availabe to high net-worth individuals are much lower if the person is willing to bear the risk of monthly interest rate adjustments according to Bankrate Inc. senior financial analyst Greg McBride.

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