New ‘Facebook Home’ app targets Google

This is an interesting New York Post story about a “new super-charged app” unveiled by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, one designed to “take over” the home screens of Google’s Android operating system. Click here to read more.
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America losing technology workers denied in visa lottery

Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerman, recently sent President Obama and legislative leaders a letter urging them to help reform the current immigration system which he called “outdated and inefficient.” He cited an issue that The Business Council has addressed here in New York
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AP: Sheryl Sandberg: On a mission to elevate women

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s new book, “Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead,” hits the shelves today. Associated Press reporter, Barbara Ortutay, writes about the controversy the book has stirred up. Click here to read her interesting story. Facebook is a mem
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CEOs on social media: 4 tips to avoid being embarrassed

Social Media has become a part of the overall marketing strategy at many companies. Many CEOs recognize the need to engage with Twitter and Facebook and LinkedIn, but there can be pitfalls, as The Business Review points out for us. Click here to read more. 
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Even when criticizing corporate HQ, social media speech is protected

The National Labor Relations Board has pushed giant corporations like General Motors, Costco and Target to rewrite their social media policies. What’s more, the NLRB has gone as far as ordering such companies to hire back workers who were fired for their negative social media posts.
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