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Why can't Zuckerberg release the ads that the Russians bought? Why can't we see them when they could cash the checks of Russians? They have no ability to regulate themselves.feedback
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May 24 2017 - Amazon

There are a number of people that haven't become a prime member and haven't played with the Kindle. This is Amazon's way to do on-ramp retail and relationship retail. You don't know how to use the iCloud service or photos and you are not sure what Apple TV is, and they educate you. It services the people who are very specifically fans of your product and deepens and strengthens that relationship.feedback

May 10 2017 - Facebook

If you look at Google, they have just an amazing monopoly when it comes to search advertising. And they know exactly how to avoid triggering what would look like a monopoly. So they've always kept an anemic, incompetent competitor alive. So Google had Yahoo. They could have bought it, they could have taken over their advertising revenue. Suspiciously, they didn't.feedback

May 10 2017 - Facebook

The 'FAAAM' index – Facebook, Amazon, Alphabet, Apple and Microsoft – these companies now have virtual monopolies. In fact, they've figured out how to game the Justice Department and really become monopolies that are immune to government action – at least, in the United States. They're not going to try to compete with the global user base in the same way Facebook is obsessed with having everybody. Snapchat is going to really get themselves into trouble if they get into Yahoo's big problem, which was a constant comparison to .... Google. Snapchat has to establish they are something different.feedback

May 10 2017 - Facebook

Facebook, they've always had, or [CEO Mark] Zuckerberg's referred to it as, the clown car:' the incompetent Twitter, which can't seem to get out of its own way. These are perfect little companies to keep on the side. Don't buy them. Let them be independent. So when the anti-trust people come, you can say, Look, no, there's options here.feedback

May 10 2017 - Facebook

Google's moats are transcendent now: Chrome, Android. It's amazing the monopoly they've built that doesn't look like a monopoly.feedback

Mar 15 2017 - Twitter

I don't know what the board was thinking putting a half-time CEO in, but if your company cannot grow in a time of political upheaval, you have have a reality TV president using it and is going completely rogue on the platform, then you will never grow. The user cap may be propped up by Trump right now and everyone wanting to check in on his insanity at 5 a.m.feedback

Mar 01 2017 - Uber

Travis is going to turn into one of those legendary CEO's that we have seen like Bill Gates, like Larry Ellison -- people are not perfect, they need to improve and I think he's on that journey. I have known Travis for two decades. I don't think the tape represents him as much as the apology does.feedback

Mar 01 2017 - Uber

When you look at this technology companies you can count on one or two hands the number of executives who have built a company form five people to five thousand or 50,000 -- Bill Gates, Larry Ellison, Larry [Page]and Sergey [Brin], [Mark] Zuckerberg -- and if you look at all those individuals, they all have this kind of crises of leadership. People are not perfect and he is on a journey. What we've seen over the past couple of weeks are self-inflicted wounds. If you spend all your time fighting, sometimes you get a fighter mentality.feedback

Jan 18 2017

Trump is going to do 2 or 3 amazing things – I think there's a 10 percent chance that he's going to be a great president.feedback

Jan 18 2017

Nobody knows what is going to happen – it's complete chaos. We can all sit here and talk about what Trump's going to do, but we are in 'black swan' territory – it's going to be a crazy ride, buckle up everybody.feedback

Jan 18 2017

Those tweets are effective in the short-term, perhaps, in a negotiation. But in the long-term....bullying people and berating people into doing what you want is not as effective as collaborating and inspiring people to solve these big problems.feedback

Jan 18 2017 - Silicon Valley

We have a really interesting joke that's going around Silicon Valley – Trump is going to either last zero terms or seven.feedback

Jan 04 2017

I would say we're starting to see exactly how disastrous the Trump presidency can be. Tweeting first and then getting the intelligence second is the worst possible strategy you could have when dealing with cyberattacks.feedback

Jan 04 2017 - Twitter

Forming opinions and then spewing them on Twitter at 6 a.m. or 7 a.m. without thinking about them or having collected the information is idiotic. Let's not sit here and try to normalize what Trump is doing. This is insane behavior.feedback

Dec 07 2016

Apple under Steve Jobs said, Listen: These jobs are never coming back.' Can these jobs come back?feedback

Dec 07 2016

What if Trump, who is answerable to no one, puts a $50 tariff on iPhones coming from China?feedback

Dec 07 2016

Trump obviously likes to negotiate. He likes to bully you, then brings you to the lobby, take a selfie and then have some victory laps with you.feedback

Dec 07 2016

I think this is what the American people wanted. They wanted to clean house. And you know what, it's going to be an interesting experiment.feedback

Dec 07 2016

I can see him using it as a real big carrot and stick to companies.feedback

Aug 23 2016 - Microsoft

VR and AR are massive investments from Facebook, Microsoft and Google. Google is really, really spending money on AI.feedback

Aug 23 2016

We're living in an age of massive advancement, unlike anything we've ever seen.feedback

Aug 23 2016

If you don't have the Amazon Echo, I would highly recommend buying it. It's the first time using voice commands for a computer actually works and it works delightfully.feedback

Aug 23 2016

It works better than (Apple's) Siri and it's an open ecosystem.feedback

Jun 03 2016

They are cute, like a pack of orcas is cute. They're nice to look at, but you may not want to get in there and swim with a pack of orcas. It may not turn out well for you.feedback

Feb 25 2016

It's super eerie. In 10 years, the idea is going to be 'would you let this [robot] put your kids to bed? Would you let it change your kid's diaper?'. That's how fast this is going to advance. It's picking up packages right now. These things are going to be walking down the street 10 to 15 years from now, delivering pizzas; they're going to be in your office moving packages around.feedback

Sep 11 2012

If E wants the car he can have it, i might donate it to a museum at some point.feedback

Sep 11 2012

It said, congratulations, your serial number reservation is 00001 and 000073. I forwarded it to Elon and I was like, Elon, you don't have to give me the first one. And he goes, I want you to have it, you ordered it before anybody, you deserve it.feedback

Sep 11 2012

What happened was the company was going out of business and I was at dinner with him.feedback

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