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Robert Shiller
It just seems like, it doesn't matter what job you have, there's always some robot out there about to take it. I think people are worried, and they want to buy tech, because they feel like they're taking part [in] the thing that's threatening them. So there is this deep emotional fear which is increasing, which is having the effect of pushing up prices for now.feedback
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NEW Jul 27 2017
You can find on this page a variety of quotes, by one or many people, on what they said about Facebook. 569 people are quoted and you can read 904 citations of them about Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg, Jim Cramer and Martin Sorrell, are those who have spoken the most about this topic. Mark Zuckerberg said: “We're also working to build a business ecosystem around Messenger and WhatsApp. Messenger and WhatsApp both have large communities, and they're growing quickly, with one billion people now using WhatsApp daily. It is still early on the monetisation side here, although we have started showing ads to a small number of people on Messenger. I want to see us move a little faster here, but I'm confident that we're going to get this right over the long term.”.
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Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

Video will be a much bigger driver of growth in the next two to three years than Messenger.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

We just started putting ads on Messenger. I want to see us move even faster. We can look at messaging platforms in other parts of the world and use that as a floor. I think we can do better.feedback

Alex Stamos - Facebook

Right now we are the founding sponsor, but we are in discussions with other tech organizations, . The goal for our money specifically is to help build a standalone ISAO (Information Sharing and Analysis Organization) that pulls in all the different groups that have some kind of vulnerability. We're not going to be effective unless we demonstrate that we have the same goals. I want to present our position that strong cryptography is a critical part of building a safe, trustworthy future.feedback

Mike Khouw

Over the past five days, Facebook has been the second-most-active single stock option that's being traded [in the options market].feedback

Dan Nathan

I think you could have a similar sort of move that Google had [on earnings]. I think it's a digestion of that [upside] move.feedback

Elon Musk - Tesla Motors

I have exposure to the most cutting edge AI, and I think people should be really concerned by it. AI is a fundamental risk to the existence of human civilization. I've talked to Mark about this. His understanding of the subject is limited. Robots will be able to do everything better than us.feedback

Brent Kelley

It was a beautiful display of love. So today, I took the kids to the pool and we stopped for ice cream on the way home. When I got my ice cream and pulled out, I realised that this elderly man beside me was sitting outside his car door, spoon feeding his wife ice cream who also looked in her late eighties.feedback

Deb DeHaas - Deloitte & Touche

It's really about bringing diversity of skill and thought to ensure companies are successful in a very difficult environment.feedback

Deb DeHaas - Deloitte & Touche

In a race for talent, an inclusive culture can really draw people in and make them stay if it's done right.feedback

David Wehner - Facebook

We continue to expect that full-year 2017 capital expenditures will be in the range of $7 billion to $7.5 billion, which is up over 50 percent compared to last year.feedback

Dawn R. Barela

Just when I think this place can't get any more backward. I will give MY money to whoever I please. You're seriously telling us, like we're children, how we should treat people?feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

We had a good second quarter and first half of the year. Our community is now 2 billion people and we're focusing on bringing the world closer together.feedback

David Wehner - Facebook

We just continue to see businesses coming to both Facebook and Instagram to find people on mobile. Mobile continues to be the driver of growth.feedback

Andrew Foxwell

This ad load ultimatum has led to a more improved news feed experience for all users, but obviously takes additional time and resources for marketers to deliver compelling ads.feedback

Laura Martin - Needham

They're killing it on mobile. They are the de facto mobile advertising monopolies, and that's a really big deal.feedback

Ivan Feinseth

They kept warning about ad load, but the ad load continues to be strong. I still think ad revenue will grow, because more advertisers are adapting to this platform, because there are so many people out there.feedback

David Wehner - Facebook

In mobile we're continuing to see great strengths. We're seeing more and more ad dollars getting allocated to mobile, and we think that trend will continue. Clearly, the biggest driver of growth is, overall, Facebook News Feed. Instagram is making a contribution, and an increasing contribution.feedback

Robby Mook

Most campaigns don't have the tools right now to defend themselves from cyber attacks. Our initiative aims to fill that void and to help both Democratic and Republican campaigns defend themselves with greater information-sharing and security tools.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

One reason I'm so optimistic about AI is that improvements in basic research improve systems across so many different fields -- from diagnosing diseases to keep us healthy, to improving self-driving cars to keep us safe, and from showing you better content in News Feed to delivering you more relevant search results. Every time we improve our AI methods, all of these systems get better. I'm excited about all the progress here and it's potential to make the world better.feedback

Jennifer Slegg - Sem

It is a very bold move for Google to make a change that is quite an 'in your face' approach, especially because Google's results are very static in nature.feedback

Dick Costolo - Twitter

I'll play diplomat and say I think what Elon meant to say is that Mark's view of this is optimistic. I do tend to take the more pessimistic view that it will be hard to keep general AI in a box. If you hypothesize that we could create intelligence greater than ours, it's pretty easy to jump from there to think that intelligence would be able to figure its way out of any sort of logical box you try to put it in. Mark tends to be much more of an optimist on the future of technology.feedback

Adam Grant

If you look at trends, it is really clear that there are two kinds of work that are almost impossible to automate, at least right now. One is creative work and the other is care work.feedback

Adam Grant

There is going to be an art form around, Can you serve other people better than another organization? Those of you who are Danny Meyer fans – if you go to Shake Shack or Union Square [Cafe], any of [Union Square Hospitality Group's] restaurants, part of what you are paying for is really high quality human service. I think that is going to go up. I think we are going to see more and more of a premium on, Are you an organization that puts your employees first? [It] is, ironically, the only way to be a customer-first organization.feedback

Marcus Lemonis

I kind of knew that answer already. That's why there's no products. Can you help me understand everybody's role? Who's in charge of the business?feedback

Marcus Lemonis

I would expect that whoever was working in the internet shipping department and a small staff would be able to fulfill those orders without disrupting the kitchen and disrupting the retail store.feedback

Marcus Lemonis

No systems, no process – they look like chickens with their heads cut off.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

I think that people who are naysayers and try to drum up these doomsday scenarios are, I don't understand it, it's really negative and in some ways I actually think it is pretty irresponsible. In the next five to 10 years, AI is going to deliver so many improvements to the quality of our lives. If you think about just safety and health, AI is already helping us basically diagnose diseases better [and] match up drugs with people depending [on their illness].feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

One of the top causes of death for people is car accidents still and if you can eliminate that with AI, that is going to be just a dramatic improvement. Whenever I hear people saying AI is going to hurt people in the future, I think yeah, you know, technology can generally always be used for good and bad, and you need to be careful about how you build it and you need to be careful about what you build and how it is going to be used. But people who are arguing for slowing down the process of building AI, I just find that really questionable. I have a hard time wrapping my head around that.feedback

Martyn Williams

If it's real, it's very interesting because it shows more access from North Koreans to the Internet and more access to information.feedback

Victor Cha

There's a surprising level of awareness of the inadequacies of the government.feedback

Priscilla Moriuchi - Recorded Future

These leaders are doing many of the same things that we do when we wake up in the morning. They're not isolated.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

As I'm here in Africa, I'm deeply disappointed to hear that SpaceX's launch failure destroyed our satellite that would have provided connectivity to so many entrepreneurs and everyone else across the continent.feedback

Kevin O'Leary

It's about taking some off the table to reduce the back end of the year's volatility. We've all made so much money on the FANGs, what's wrong with diversification?feedback

Kevin O'Leary

For the rest of the year, you have to believe such a concentrated set of horsemen are going to keep driving you forward – or is it time to start diversifying? I'm going in the diversification camp. I'm trimming these names into this good news. I'm not divesting, I'm just pulling them back.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

Right now, when there are all these people who don't have the opportunity to go pursue their dreams or go build a new business, we all lose. If you who are watching this had more opportunity to go build something that would be a historic business or enterprise that could serve people all around the world, that would improve the economy and give services to all of us that we could all benefit from.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

You have to get lucky in today's society in order for that to happen. And that, I think, is a huge issue. One of the things that I do feel strongly about, and I know a lot of people in my generation agree with, is that we really want to give everyone the opportunity to go pursue what matters to them and to go make a big difference.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

If I had to support my family growing up instead of having time to code, if I didn't know I'd be fine if Facebook didn't work out, I wouldn't be standing here today.feedback

Donald J. Trump

Thank you everyone for being here today. For the past 17 years, Obamacare has wreaked havoc on the lives of innocent, hardworking Americans.feedback

Adam Grant

When they tell a story, then you can start to see a pattern. She started hearing these horror stories. If you do this over and over again, the culture comes to life.feedback

Adam Grant

Ask them to tell you a story about something that happens in the organization that would not happen anywhere else.feedback

David Kostin - Goldman Sachs Group

Put simply, growth will drive technology share prices higher while change in growth will support the performance of financials ... We expect both sectors will outperform going forward, but for different reasons. The tech sector will benefit from robust expected sales growth relative to the rest of the market while the prospect of higher interest rates and the ability to return capital to shareholders will benefit financials.feedback

David Kostin - Goldman Sachs Group

During periods of modest economic growth, investors gravitate to the scarce commodity: stocks with secular growth prospects.feedback

Chris Dixon - Andreessen Horowitz

A big challenge in the start-up world is that we live in an era of very powerful incumbents.feedback

Josh Hannah

Most of this is much closer to the research end than we usually play. If crypto delivers on its promise, then it could be one of those platform disruptions, which would be great for entrepreneurs and VCs. Unless this one disrupts VCs.feedback

Barry Silbert

I can't imagine they view any of what's happening right now as a competitive threat to their business. They're not going to be a first mover. They're going to watch innovation happen, they're going to learn, sit on the sidelines and to the extent they see something that plugs in nicely to their business model, they'll acquire.feedback

Ben Rogoff - Polar Capital

Well they are all large holdings for us so… you know which one of your children is your favorite?feedback

Ben Rogoff - Polar Capital

My biggest active position of the three trades, i.e. the one where I'm taking the largest bet against the benchmark, is Amazon.feedback

Bill Gates - Microsoft

I am in the camp that is concerned about super intelligence. First the machines will do a lot of jobs for us and not be super intelligent. That should be positive if we manage it well. A few decades after that though, the intelligence is strong enough to be a concern. I agree with Elon Musk and some others on this and don't understand why some people are not concerned.feedback

Chad Barnhill

I drove home today and wanted you in my passenger seat … You weren't there, but I still felt you.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

We should explore ideas like universal basic income to give everyone a cushion to try new things.feedback

Jan Koum

That could mean communicating with your bank about whether a recent transaction was fraudulent, or with an airline about a delayed flight. We all get these messages elsewhere today – through text messages and phone calls – so we want to test new tools to make this easier to do on WhatsApp, while still giving you an experience without third-party ads and spam.feedback

Tony Robbins

Prime yourself for courage, rather than hoping you show up that way, based on the triggers of your environment.feedback

Tony Robbins

If you're going to get the results that you deserve and that you want, you want to prime yourself for success.feedback

Tony Robbins

The most important muscles that change your life are those mental, emotional spiritual muscles. If we develop them more, we're going to experience more.feedback

Hans Christian Holte

We like people to do searches which could help us in investigating tax evasion and the amount of tips that we get has not gone down.feedback

Tom Staavi

At one stage you would automatically be told what your Facebook friends had earned, simply by logging on to Facebook. It was getting ridiculous.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

We want to give the most voice to the most people. Some people say we should ignore government orders requiring us to restrict people's voice, even if that means the whole service would be blocked in those countries. I don't think that's right. If we ignored a lawful government order and then we were blocked, all of these people's voices would be muted and whatever content the government believed was illegal would be blocked anyway.feedback

Dan Blumstein

Soap operas are all around us. You just have to be patient enough to see them.feedback

Brian Wieser - Pivotal Research Group

No one says the value of a market has to go up, right? I mean, in terms of the consumer spending. It's not a given that that happens, necessarily. I think the reality is that consumers don't need to spend more money to be fully entertained through their video services.feedback

Brian Wieser - Pivotal Research Group

I cover the advertising-centered names, specifically, so I would also include Adobe and Salesforce among the companies that I look at. Unfortunately, there's just been too much of a run-up, so I find it hard to find value. Frankly, I have one company out of 17 I cover that I have a buy on, and that's Fox. Everything else is either a hold or a sell at this point.feedback

Brian Wieser - Pivotal Research Group

I think there is a bit of a crowded trade, yes. But I think even among those who are, let's say, specialists in the sector, who understand it – or who claim to understand it – I think there's a lot of willful optimism.feedback

Brian Wieser - Pivotal Research Group

That's not realistic. Investors are looking at numbers unrealistically. There's an assumption that they can perhaps capture all of marketing spend, not just advertising spend, and therefore there's much more room to grow.feedback

Richard Branson - Virgin Group

Thus, with contributors, advertisers, distributors and costs all in place – at least on paper – I had written my first business plan.feedback

Reid Hoffman - LinkedIn

He has no qualms about rushing out an imperfect product. In fact, his famous mantra is 'move fast and break things.feedback

Richard Branson - Virgin Group

We wanted to campaign against corporal punishment, compulsory chapel, games and Latin. All these ideas were far too 'revolutionary' to be aired in the school magazine, The Stoic, a name which seemed only too apt to its long-suffering readers. We then thought about linking up with other schools that had similar rules. Gradually the idea of an inter-school publication, Student magazine, was hatched.feedback

Andrew Loveridge

As researchers, we are saddened to lose an animal we have been studying since birth.feedback

Suze Orman

I am a seriously wealthy woman, and [I] get such joy when we go to the grocery store and say, Look, because I have this coupon we saved two dollars and fifty cents!feedback

Suze Orman

You invest money and your money makes money, and the money you made with the money that you had makes money, and everything compounds.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

If we did build a phone, we'd only reach one or two per cent of our users. That doesn't do anything awesome for us.feedback

Ronald Reagan - Challenger

Any person in the United States, who requires medical attention and cannot provide it for himself should have it provided for him.feedback

Malcolm Turnbull

The laws of Australia prevail in Australia, I can assure you of that. The laws of mathematics are very commendable, but the only law that applies in Australia is the law of Australia. I'm not a cryptographer, but what we are seeking to do is to secure their assistance. They have to face up to their responsibility. They can't just, you know, wash their hands of it and say it's got nothing to do with them.feedback

Jim Cramer

These are all new earnings per share boosters that give you more reason to buy the darned stock. Sears, its pathetic partner, doesn't have that much left, but it does have one of the best brand names in appliances. They haven't savaged that. Kenmore's still good. You put Kenmore together with Amazon, you throw in Alexa so you can scream at your washing machine all you want to turn on, and voila, you're off to the races.feedback

Jim Cramer

Now, I'm not saying these stocks can't go down – Alphabet and Netflix both declined [Thursday]. I'm saying that they just keep making news, generating actual events and products that are indeed additive to earnings. Raising-numbers FANG. As long as that continues to happen, these stocks can continue to go higher, and you shouldn't feel foolish for pulling the trigger because they seem to introduce needle movers every single day of the week.feedback

Jim Cramer

Okja was Netflix's final release of the second quarter and I think it's the film that put international sign-ups over the top of domestics. Right story, right publicity, fabulous knowledge of South Korean culture, all things that the conventional studios reject or just don't even know how to do.feedback

Meagan Bellus

She posted on Facebook something like, How do you get back at people now that you don't have liability?' . Her last post was, being homeless sucks.feedback

George Pearkes

Buying Facebook when Twitter IPO'd (even as the little blue bird initially soared over 150% from IPO) has been a fantastic trade, with a grinding, consistent rally over the past 3.5 years. It seems, that when new social media IPOs hit the street, investors are best served by looking at who they compete with rather than the new company!feedback

Michael Nathanson - MoffettNathanson

While advertisers continue to slowly ramp their spend, there remains a lot of pushback that Snap still costs too much and returns too little relative to Facebook.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

Over the past year, daily watch time for Facebook Live broadcasts has grown by more than four times.feedback

David Wehner - Facebook

We continue to expect that full-year 2017 capital expenditures will be in the range of $7 billion to $7.5 billion, which is up over 50% compared to last year. As we look into 2017 and beyond, there are going to be a number of initiatives we believe are valuable...in the long term that are going to be net negative on our operating margin.feedback

David Wehner - Facebook

As we look into 2017 and beyond, there are going to be a number of initiatives we believe are valuable...in the long term that are going to be net negative on our operating margin.feedback

Jeff Mow

It's very rare for us to say no to anybody if I'm available and it works for my schedule.feedback

Jeff Mow

The way I look at it is whenever you have a new administration, it takes a while for them to get settled. It's an issue of people learning their jobs. They're going to make mistakes along the way. It's growing pains and learning just how far you are going to get into the day-to-day operational issues at a park.feedback

David Bach

The reason [most people] think they need a budget is to help them figure out how much to pay everyone else, so at the end of the month – or year, or their working life – they will have something 'left over' to pay themselves. Pay yourself first and you change everything around you for the better.feedback

Bobbi Brown

He said, Forget about following a budget. Why don't you just figure out how you're going to make more money. Even when I was at my company, I never worried about not having the money to do certain projects. It was, Okay, okay, we don't have the budget, but how are we going to do it anyway?' Because what I am great at is competition. I like to sell a lot of things. I like to make money. I like to turn a profit. I like figuring out how to get it done.feedback

Mike Khouw

We've seen quite a lot of call activity going on in Facebook [on Tuesday]. More than double the average call volume [on Wednesday].feedback

Dick Costolo - Twitter

I think the world of Susan Wojcicki, the person who's running YouTube. She's an extremely smart and talented operator. I wouldn't count them out .... I think Susan's going to try to have it all with YouTube Red, YouTube TV, and the long tail trunk of content where you see Facebook competing. She may be able to do both.feedback

Dick Costolo - Twitter

I think Mark [Zuckerberg] and Facebook have been very smart about the way they've thought about this space. Instagram is the platform through which they are really going after Snap. And then they've got Messenger and the messaging applications, that's where they can do more bot testing with customer support and purchases. And so they've got these pieces that support each other, that they can use to advertise and promote each other. It's an extremely powerful position to be in.feedback

Dick Costolo - Twitter

What you have to understand about the specific space at which Twitter is operating in – and you're seeing this a bit now with Snap – is that when you're competing directly against Facebook, they can just bring enormous market leverage to bear against you and so you have to look for, you know, flanks, if you will, into which you can operate and move.feedback

Dick Costolo - Twitter

These tech cycles go in waves. You've got a number of companies on deck that appear to be doing quite well. those companies are setting up nicely to the next year or so. ....The advantage today is for these still private companies that can tell the stories of their private valuations.feedback

Dick Costolo - Twitter

It's rough. You've got companies like Netflix, like Amazon, that can bring billions of dollars to bear on content. You don't have to always pick winners, you can just make a lot of picks. With shareholder constraints, it's a lot harder to do that.feedback

Dick Costolo - Twitter

You've got this real separation that the hyperscale companies .... are getting right now. Blue Apron .... Fitbit, and others are really struggling to escape the levels at which they offered.feedback

Doug Anmuth - JPMorgan Chase & Co

Overall expectations for the group are high given the strong YTD stock performance – FB, AMZN, EXPE, & CHGG all reached new all-time highs this week – and NFLX earnings likely raised the bar even higher.feedback

Derick Mains - Facebook

He had a great visit to the park and got to meet with a team from the National Park Service who were all very open and knowledgeable about the role that climate change is playing in the decline of the glaciers in the park.feedback

David Li

In overseas markets, users tend to broadcast and socialize more. We know Instagram and Snapchat's (content creation) numbers are both below 10 percent, around 4 percent, 6 percent or 8 percent. Yet for us, 30 percent of our users are willing to provide content and I think this is a very valuable resource of the community.feedback

David Li

As everyone has access to live streaming, there's bound to be some trouble-makers. Before, the most we can do is to ban your account right? But you can always create another one. The benefit from such regulations is that we can now use the law to deal with these people.feedback

David Li

We hope to build a video version of Wiki, concentrating all the knowledge, ideas and experiences of human beings. I often joke with myself, saying that if people were able to record videos in ancient times, and know how to share and store them, probably we would not have invented written languages. Again, I firmly believe videos will be one of the most important ways to store human beings' knowledge. This era is definitely coming.feedback

David Li

Actually, last year [2016] was the year where we saw our slowest growth. In fact, our growth doubled every year during the first nine years of operation and quadrupled during our best year.feedback

David Li

When we pitched our model to American investors a few years ago, all of them disagreed. They think that advertisement is the best revenue model and still refuse to admit that there's actually a better model besides that. It will definitely be more and more challenging to keep up such an exponential growth rate in the future.feedback

David Li

We estimate that by the end of this year, Bigo will generate an annual revenue of $300 million, which is a very good performance for a start-up.feedback

Campbell Brown

We are in early talks with several news publishers about how we might better support subscription business models on Facebook. As part of the Facebook Journalism Project, we are taking the time to work closely together with our partners and understand their needs.feedback

Takao Someya

We succeeded in completely removing the discomfort of wear. People cannot even feel the existence of our devices on their skin.feedback

John Rogers

What exists today is basically rigid blocks of electronics strapped to the wrist. You can't measure blood flow or blood pressure with that.feedback

Takao Someya

We can see numerous potential applications in the medical field, also in sports and in people's welfare everywhere.feedback

John McCain

My final answer is the same. It's 'No.feedback

Michael A. Mussallem

The way you want to think about it is the total cost of the procedure. It's not very often where we have these incredible technologies where you get better outcomes, right, better mortality, less strokes, you get improved quality of life for these patients, which is a big deal, and you have better economics. This is one of those triple wins.feedback

Jim Cramer

While the potential Discovery-Scripps deal, at about $10 billion is more than twice the size of the $4.2 billion food transaction ... these are happening for similar reasons. Companies, afraid of losing their relevance and their clout, are merging with their peers or rivals in order to produce stronger entities with more appeal to their masters, meaning their distributors and their ultimate customers.feedback

Michael A. Mussallem

There's been a great evolution in technology, and surgery is still very important. And certain patients, really, their life depends on surgery. But this idea came about now almost 20 years ago and the first implant done almost 10 years ago, and it's really revolutionized the treatment for these patients.feedback

Phil Blancato - Ladenburg Thalmann

It's a very different technology environment. This has been a slow grind for years. There is some euphoria around tech, but there are also real earnings.feedback

Jake Dollarhide - Longbow Asset Management

What a difference 17 years makes. In this day and age, companies can still not show a profit, but they have a true business. They have hundreds of millions of customers, and that's the big difference between the tech boom of 2017 and the tech boom in 2000.feedback

Kristin Hensley

We're very careful because we want to make sure what we're doing serves our moms, and that serves who we are as friends and as comedians. So in a way we've protected the brand as a result.feedback

Kristin Hensley

There's an idea that if you go to YouTube, you're going to monetize. But I would tell anybody, you're not going to make a lot of money. You're going to get a check for 8 bucks, and you're going to be like, Oh.' It's better to just start it creatively and let it happen.feedback

Kristin Hensley

Honestly, when we started this idea, more than anything it was just this idea that there was this need. There was a need for content that felt lighthearted, that took the pressure off of us as moms. I was like, I don't want to feel bad about this anymore.' We took this idea to the internet, and it exploded because everyone else felt the same way.feedback

Kristin Hensley

I can't do one more thing. We're saturated on our literal amount of time to do it. We are moms – we are active with our children, we are wives, we are trying to live our lives. And just like anybody else with social media, you can get overwhelmed. So we really just kind of focus on, right now ... Facebook and Instagram.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

My personal challenge this year is to visit every state I haven't spent time in before to learn about people's hopes and challenges, and how they're thinking about their work and communities.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

Some of you have asked if this challenge means I'm running for public office. I'm not.feedback

Daymond John

If you start a company with the idea of just selling, it's like driving forward looking in the rear view mirror. I don't want to invest in a company like that.feedback

Daymond John

[The] most successful entrepreneurs that I've ever met were trying to solve a problem and they had a purpose.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

I always think that you should start with the problem that you're trying to solve in the world and not start with deciding that you want to build a company. The best companies that get built are things that are trying to drive some kind of social change, even if it's just local in one place, more than starting out because you want to make a bunch of money or have a lot of people working for you or build some company in some way.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

Ideas don't come out fully formed. They only become clear as you work on them. You just have to get started. If I had to understand everything about connecting people before I began, I never would have started Facebook.feedback

Reid Hoffman - LinkedIn

I've long believed that if you're not embarrassed by your first product release, you've released too late.feedback

Reid Hoffman - LinkedIn

He has no qualms about rushing out an imperfect product. If you are Steve Jobs, you can wait for your product to be perfect, but there are almost no Steve Jobs in the world.feedback

Jason Calacanis

You can't trust Facebook and Google with your product. You shouldn't.feedback

Jason Calacanis

Google should be looked at – is being looked at – as the enemy of content companies. They've really screwed over their partners consistently over the years.feedback

Jim Strugger - MKM Partners

Netflix Inc.'s almost 13% jump (vs. NASDAQ up 0.5%) following 2Q earnings Monday night is a reminder that even as internet bellwethers have achieved significant scale they remain volatile around events.feedback

Ben Gomes - Google

Learning about a topic doesn't happen with a single query. Learning about a topic is a process that happens over time. This feed is really about your interests – it's not really about what your friends are interested in, which is what other feeds do. It's about learning something and taking it a step further… It's built on search. All the things we do in search will carry over.feedback

Ahmad Waqas Goraya

You see what the problem [for authorities] is with social media. They cannot stop information. It levels the playing field for us.feedback

Ahmad Waqas Goraya

What they now call blasphemy was everywhere before. They use religion as a political tool. Almost all people detained have been critical of the state and the military.feedback

Max Schrems

If privacy claims cannot be grouped, they (Facebook) can get away with violating the law.feedback

Christoph Schmon

Consumers are often powerless when tech giants breach data protection rules. It makes sense to bundle multiple claims and avoid parallel procedures in different countries.feedback

Julianne Escobedo Shepherd

These shows depict the real-life manifestations of our deepest fears, losing ourselves or a loved one at the hands of a deranged maniac or, worse and more likely, a person we know. They dramatize – and sometimes over-dramatize – the strength and resilience of, mostly, women, in the face of unspeakable horror.feedback

Dana Sittler - Facebook
Alex Li - Facebook

As people watch more video on phones, they've come to expect sound when the volume on their device is turned on. After testing sound on in News Feed and hearing positive feedback, we're slowly bringing it to more people.feedback

Erin Gibbs - S&P Global

The revisions that come in just a few days before the actual report date are some of the ones that give you the most direction about what's really going to happen on that earnings report date.feedback

Erin Gibbs - S&P Global

For Facebook, their earnings expectations have been very stable. In general, Facebook is extremely well-managed. They tend to know how to work with Wall Street analysts. So we're not expecting a big change, but if there is one, that's important.feedback

Erin Gibbs - S&P Global

Honestly, beating by less than 2 percent is really a miss these days. So we're looking for that continued positive surprise.feedback

Dan Fagre

I literally was told I would no longer be participating. I've gotten nothing back. We've definitely been left in the dark.feedback

Lauren Alaina

I want to be happy. We all want to be happy. I want to be treated like a normal human being, but I also want to be on stage in a fancy dress, so I'm trying to find a happy medium.feedback

Lauren Alaina

I have things to say and I get to say them now. I don't mind if people say I was on American Idol, because I was and that is a part of my past and I'm super proud of it, but I don't want that to be all there is to me.feedback

Lauren Alaina

I had five singles that did not work on country radio and I still had fans that showed up to the shows. I've been really fortunate with touring and sales and all those things because I have such a loyal fan base. I just wanted to share that moment with them because it was just as much their moment as it was mine. I haven't really been writing a ton right now because I don't know when the heck I would do that. I do good just to get my fingernails painted. But I have some songs that feel like the direction we'll go.feedback

Lauren Alaina

I wanted to shed some light on the things that aren't so glamorous about this life, and the whole point of the song is, I wouldn't trade it for the world.feedback

Lisa Murkowski

I said in January that we should not repeal without a replacement. And just an indefinite hold on this just creates more chaos and confusion.feedback

Campbell Brown

One of the things we heard in our initial meetings from many newspapers and digital publishers is that 'we want a subscription product -- we want to be able to see a paywall in Facebook'. And that is something we're doing now. We are launching a subscription product.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

Seeing how Alaska put this dividend in place reminded me of a lesson I learned early at Facebook: organizations think profoundly differently when they're profitable than when they're in debt. When you're losing money, your mentality is largely about survival. But when you're profitable, you're confident about your future and you look for opportunities to invest and grow further.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

A lot of what I saw comes back to the basic idea of freedom. If people have the freedom to do what they want – whether that's taking a chance on a new idea or building their community – the inherent creativity and goodness in people will help different parts of society flourish.feedback

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