www.Facebook.com

www.Facebook.com

www.Facebook.com

www.facebook.com, the world’s largest platform for social intercourse, was created in the United States and now is spreading across the world such as emerging economies, Southeast Asia and East Europe.

At the beginning, Facebook memberships were given out only to Harvard students but later students in the Boston area were allowed in, including those from some Ivy League universities and Stanford University. And later other college students and high-school ones got admitted in.

Facebook is not officially translated in Chinese although international media often translate it as “lianpu” in Chinese pronunciation. Its mission is to let people share and make the world a more open one.

Facebook.com founder Mark Zuckerberg visited China yesterday, communicated and exchanged on the future of personnel training and opportunities for cooperation with Tsinghua University President Chen Jining. In conversation, he mentioned his start to learn Chinese from 2010. The reason was that he wanted to communicate with hi...
 
Facebook.com submit the latest financial documents to the Registrar companies House showed, although the Facebook earned $596000000 in the UK area last year, it has never been to the British government tax. In addition to Facebook, other Usa companies such as Amazon and Starbucks in recent years has been criticized, because t...
 
I think you need to look at the Facebook two actions in China Not only Apple CEO Tim Cook but also www.Facebook.com CEO Mark Zuckerberg visited to China this two days, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg came to BeiJing and visited Tsinghua University on October 21st. According to Tsinghua news report, during the visiting to Tsinghu...
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Samsung suffered sharp drop in profits, took a new action immediately, this time they want to cooperate with the Facebook, they may even launch “Facebook phone”. According to South Korean media the Korea Herald and the Korea Times reports, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg met with Samsung Electronics vice president Le...
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Ireland announced the closure of tax loophole The Irish government announced on Tuesday, planning to close a controversial tax loophole. The loophole allows billions of dollars in profits of Apple, Google, Facebook, and many other technology companies in the United States not to pay tax. Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan ...
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Apple and Facebook will reimburse frozen ovum expenses for female staff, showing that Silicon Valley giant is willing to offer better subsidies and benefits for employees in order to compete for top talent. From next January, for the expenses incurred in the freezing operation process and the stored procedure of full-time and...
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Michael Tseytlin who has worked for seven years at Google.com responsible for the satellite project quit in earlier this month to join Facebook.com’s Connectivity Lab, the specific projects were unknown. But according to his LinkedIn page Dating – with leading satellite company Space Systems Loral, Intelsat’...
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www.facebook.com, the world’s largest platform for social intercourse, was created in the United States and now is spreading across the world such as emerging economies, Southeast Asia and East Europe. At the beginning, Facebook memberships were given out only to Harvard students but later students in the Boston area were al...
 
Pryte is a 1-year-old company in Finland and focuses on a business model that bridges application developers and mobile operators. Its solution for internet data usage is allowing users to buy “small-amount” data sets rather than forcing them to waste money on services they don’t need. And companies can also buy data usages f...
 
On April 23 U.S. social networking site “Facebook” earnings report said that their income increased significantly in this year and exceeded expectations, extremely for the increase revenue of advertisements. The financial reported showed that in the first quarter “Facebook” operating income grew 72% ye...
 
   

www.Facebook.com

www.Facebook.com

www.Facebook.com

www.facebook.com, the world’s largest platform for social intercourse, was created in the United States and now is spreading across the world such as emerging economies, Southeast Asia and East Europe.

At the beginning, Facebook memberships were given out only to Harvard students but later students in the Boston area were allowed in, including those from some Ivy League universities and Stanford University. And later other college students and high-school ones got admitted in.

Facebook is not officially translated in Chinese although international media often translate it as “lianpu” in Chinese pronunciation. Its mission is to let people share and make the world a more open one.