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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
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Jul 21 2017
You can find on this page a variety of quotes, by one or many people, on what they said about Facebook. 561 people are quoted and you can read 895 citations of them about Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg, Jim Cramer, Martin Sorrell and Sheryl Sandberg, are those who have spoken the most about this topic. Mark Zuckerberg said: “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.”.
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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

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

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.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

Jeff Mow

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

Jeff Mow

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

Melania Trump

Together, we must declare that the era of allowing the brutality against women and children is over while affirming that the time for empowering women around the world is now. Wherever women are diminished, the entire world is diminished with them. However, wherever women are empowered, towns and villages, schools and economies, are empowered, and together, we are all made strong with them.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

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

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

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

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

An entrepreneurial culture thrives when it's easy to try lots of new ideas. I know lots of people who haven't pursued dreams because they didn't have a cushion to fall back on if they failed. … We should explore ideas like universal basic income to give everyone a cushion to try new things.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

Jim Cramer

Facebook figured out you use the internet to be able to tell personal narratives. Amazon figured out you use the internet to sell merchandise. Google figured out the internet to be able to do YouTube short form. These guys figured out the internet by being able to produce content that is loved in Korea and loved in Brazil and loved in Europe.feedback

Jeffrey Towson

It's still a very good business, but doesn't have the awesome economics of Didi, Uber, and Airbnb. Of course, these are still early days and their business model is still changing. Many of the most successful businesses such as Google and Facebook didn't really figure out their business models until later. They were a consumer phenomenon at the beginning.feedback

Richard Crone

You walk into any retailer, any restaurant, any service provider–what do they want you to do? Like them on Facebook, follow them on Twitter. The real value is in the data, and the ability to render customized ads and offers, and generate a revenue stream from that. We estimate that the value of mobile payments per enrolled active account is worth more than $400 per year in revenue, to whoever does it–Venmo, Apple Pay, Android Pay, Samsung Pay, a bank, Visa, or Mastercard.feedback

Martin Stenshall - Danske Bank Markets

Management guides investments further planned to be reduced in H2 2017 and in 2018.feedback

Rachel Whetstone - Uber

It's a real privilege to be joining the Facebook family. Products like WhatsApp have become an important part of my life – making it so much easier to stay in touch with my own family and friends.feedback

Caryn Marooney - Facebook

We are thrilled Rachel will be joining us – she brings unique insight and leadership to an already world-class team. We're excited to work with and learn from Rachel as we manage some of the world's most interesting communications opportunities.feedback

Cindy Tayne

I couldn't live with it if someone ended up with food poisoning.feedback

Topher Spiro

The nation owes incredible gratitude to @Indivisible_KC @Indivisible_LFK @KansasACSCAN. It's unbelievable what they've done.feedback

Lori Goler - Facebook

The culture is in support of the mission. We have seen the way that our community of users uses the products to build community, and we use it ourselves to build community internally. It all feels very much in sync.feedback

Sheryl Sandberg - Facebook

You have to be open to feedback. You have to ask for feedback. You have to build in a culture where, when I think you need to do something better, or you think I need to do something better–we tell each other and tell each other directly, and work it out.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

That's been helpful in terms of being able to give really talented folks who haven't run big things before big roles in the company, and giving them a chance to either show that they can do it, or not.feedback

Lori Goler - Facebook

The thing that separates people who stay for a long time or who make the choices to leave is how they score themselves on whether they're playing to their strengths.feedback

Lori Goler - Facebook

Mark is so human and so authentic with our team. He does a Q&A every Friday. He shows up as he is: The person that you see, his public persona, is the same thing we see internally. You see the warmth and the transparency in his posts; we see the same thing.feedback

Betsy Hodges

I am heartsick and deeply disturbed by what occurred last night. My thoughts are now with everyone affected by this tragic incident, especially the deceased woman and her family. The City will continue to provide updated information on this incident, and the BCA's investigation, as soon as we have it.feedback

Rusty Lindquist

If making them aware doesn't help, then it might be a good time to go to HR and help raise their awareness, because the truth is, if you're affected, others will be too.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

We should explore ideas like universal basic income to make sure everyone has a cushion to try new ideas.feedback

Ludovic Ansel

All this, it's not us. Everyone has a private life, and you don't know what happens behind closed doors. On Facebook, [Saïd] Saouti did write a lot about the Koran, but I never saw hateful messages from either Saïd or Mohamed.feedback

Amirul Islam

Respected leaders such as Maulana Abdul Matin (the head of a large madrassa in the area) made so many appeals for the crowd to calm down but they wouldn't listen. When they arrested the boy late on Sunday, the police did not even bother to spread the message. As a result many rioters on Monday were rioting under the impression that the accused was still free.feedback

Yasin Mondal

I have never seen anything like this, . Hindu-Muslim (tension) is unknown in Magurkhali (in the Basirhat sub-division). We are still in shock.feedback

Ken Bertsch

We don't want to kick Google or Facebook out of the indexes, it would be way too disruptive. Our concern is to set a limit on this.feedback

Micah Amezquita

I also have a lot of things I'd like to do when I'm bigger, so I definitely have to go to college to do those things.feedback

Daniel Schacter

If you go on vacation and review photographs for certain elements of that vacation, it's also the case that the related things that you don't review may be harder to remember.feedback

Daniel Schacter

Photographs have the potential to distort memory. When we threw in photographs of events that could've happened within the sequence but didn't, they would become a false memory. With people doing this more and more, there's the likelihood of re-sculpting the past in ways that promote the things that are on Instagram or elsewhere but make it less likely to remember related things that don't make it into the online depository.feedback

Matt Prestbury

I wanted to create a real collective as fathers, where we could connect and be resources to each other.feedback

Alex Deve - Facebook

People need safe spaces to share things that are private to them.feedback

Libby Chamberlain

For a lot of people, this is a group that has a lot of people who identify as liberals within conservative spaces, or people who might not want their Facebook friends to know their political leanings. We don't call it a safe space – it's a platform for like-minded progressives to share stories, resources and calls to action.feedback

Scott Hamann

I regret my impulsive decision to post something aggressively sarcastic and inappropriate in a Facebook exchange with a childhood friend. While the tone of the post was born out of frustration with the vile language currently surrounding politics, I should not have responded with the same language. This is not language I typically use, it does not reflect my personal values, and while misguided, it was intended to make a visceral point about the devolving political discourse in America.feedback

Krishna Subramanian - Captiv8

He was a great hire...a key player. He's been a critical part of their success.feedback

Kevin Weil - Instagram

Snapchat was the first to create the format...more power to them, they did a fantastic job.feedback

Jan Dawson - Jackdaw Research

What made Snapchat appealing is that it's raw and unfiltered and people feel very comfortable sharing in a very honest way – something they don't do with Facebook or Instagram.feedback

Eric Schiffer

Snapchat was executed over the last year with a treasure chest of self-inflicted blunders caused by big egos and a lack of strategic focus. Facebook will continue to pile on. Advertisers won't bail right away but they didn't with Myspace. There was this long and painful death.feedback

Jan Dawson - Jackdaw Research

The unique reasons you went to Snapchat in the past are no longer unique. The value proposition of raw, personal sharing is something you can now do elsewhere with a bigger audience and more of your friends.feedback

Eric Schiffer

It was pure craziness for Spiegel to have rejected the sale back in 2013.feedback

Cyrene Quiamco

Snapchat still wins on intimacy and engagement, and that's why I can't discount and leave Snapchat completely yet.feedback

Jan Dawson - Jackdaw Research

If Snapchat gets stuck at 200m daily active users, it's still quite an achievement, but it's not what they or investors will have hoped for.feedback

Paolo Besana

Most people respect the rules but it's summer, and of course we have global warming, and so some come in t-shirts and shorts. Our audience is quite traditional and it's important for them to see other people being well-dressed. It is do with respect for the place and respect for others. Just because it's hot doesn't mean you can't be elegant.feedback

Jim Rohn

A lot of people don't do well simply because they major in minor things.feedback

Malcolm Turnbull

What we seek to do with other leading economies in the world is to ensure that [tech companies] assist the law, to enable our law enforcement agencies to have access to these communications so that they can keep us safe. The reality is, however, that these encrypted messaging applications and voice applications are being used, obviously by all of us, but they're also being used by people who seek to do us harm. They're being used by terrorists, they're being used by drug traffickers, they're being used by paedophile rings.feedback

George Brandis

It has always been accepted that in appropriate cases, under warrant, there can be lawful surveillance of private communications. It is vitally important that the development of technology does not leave the law behind.feedback

Lori Goler - Facebook

Most people have done a lot of research before they come [in for an interview].feedback

Lori Goler - Facebook

We're always looking at something and thinking, That works pretty well but it can be even better. What that means is that we are never done ... That's true of every person on every job in every location across the globe for us.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

On a day-to-day basis, a lot of the decisions I am making are, Okay, is this going to destroy the company? Because if not, then let them test it.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

Facebook stands for bringing us closer together and building a global community. The most important thing we at Facebook can do is develop the social infrastructure to give people the power to build a global community that works for all of us.feedback

Chris Allieri - Mulberry Group

I'm not losing hope. You don't tell a rabbit person: 'Oh, we're not going to be able to find her. She's lost. Let's move on. We will find her.feedback

Willy Chavarria

It made me think about the oppression that exists within communities that are already marginalized.feedback

Shirley Jackson

I was thinking what it must feel like to be a prisoner going to die; you stand there looking at the sun and the sky and the grass and the trees, and because it's the last time you're going to see them they're wonderful, full of colors you never noticed before, and bright and beautiful and terribly hard to leave behind. And then, suppose you're reprieved, and you get up the next morning and you're not dead; could you look again at the sun and the trees and the sky and think they're the same old sun and sky and trees, nothing special at all, just the same old things you've seen every day?feedback

Rob Portman

I opposed the last draft of the Senate health proposal because I had concerns about the measure's Medicaid policies, especially those that impact drug treatment for those suffering from addiction. I've also consistently said that the Affordable Care Act isn't working for many Ohio families and small businesses whose premiums and deductibles have skyrocketed, and choices have disappeared as health insurance plans have left Ohio. As this process moves forward, I will continue to work with my colleagues to ensure that our health care system works better for all Ohioans.feedback

Grant Cardone - The New York Times

Start using the language that highly-successful people employ every day. … Some examples of words to include in your new vocabulary: 'Great, super, wonderful, incredible, excellent.' If someone asks you, How was your weekend?' Respond: 'It was a blast.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. You should be saving the equivalent of one hour's worth of income each day.feedback

Michal Kosinski

It was surprisingly easy to get people engaged. [Stillwell] just sent it to his friends on Facebook. Those friends took the questionnaire, then shared it on their profiles, and suddenly you had thousands of people taking it every day.feedback

Leonid Bershidsky

What they're selling is not exactly snake oil, though it can work as a placebo for panicky candidates who are down in the polls with weeks to go before Election Day. But just like artificial intelligence or, say, the blockchain, [data science has yet to produce] killer apps that can ensure a political victory or business success.feedback

Caroline O'Donovan

BuzzFeed quizzes are crafted to create the illusion of truth, or potential truth. You sort of write them like horoscopes, with tidbits people can relate to.feedback

Michal Kosinski

We're being trained by algorithms that they're always right.feedback

Scott Devitt - Stifel, Nicolaus & Company

We think investors' anticipation of the event could be more impactful to the stock than actual selling from the lock-up expiration. Roughly 60% of shares unlocking are held by Snap's directors and named officers, including about 50% held by Snap's cofounders.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

Net neutrality is the idea that the Internet should be free and open for everyone. If a service provider can block you from seeing certain content or can make you pay extra for it, that hurts all of us and we should have rules against it. Right now, the FCC has rules in place to make sure the internet continues to be an open platform for everyone. At Facebook, we strongly support those rules. We're also open to working with members of Congress and anyone else on laws to protect net neutrality.feedback

Daniel W. Drezner

There was a lot of good. There was also a lot of bad. And there was a fair amount of ugly.feedback

Phil Lee - Fieldfisher

The opinion of the working party is non-binding but very persuasive due to who they are. They will influence how the national data protection authorities read the rules. In this case, they have said there must be a really good reason, relevant to the role concerned, for an employer to check someone's social media profiles.feedback

Ann Ravel

The law seems to totally exempt it and therefore it is not possible either to reasonably determine who is behind those ads, do an investigation to find out or penalize for that activity.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

Rather than fighting over resources...with a knowledge economy that's not the case. You learn something new, you discover something and everyone can benefit.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

We're live from a mile underneath the earth's surface. I hope more people who are watching this think about going into scientific research. There are a lot of places that have had their economies focused on natural resources or on the land that are shifting to modern knowledge economies.feedback

Troy Hunt - Microsoft

As soon as you start to build in weaknesses into the design of encryption, you put it at risk for everyone.feedback

Malcolm Turnbull

A back door is typically a flaw in a software program that perhaps the developer of the software program is not aware of, and that somebody who knows about it can exploit. If there are flaws in software programs, obviously, that's why you get updates on your phone and your computer all the time. So we're not talking about that. We're talking about lawful access.feedback

Paul Krugman

The latest Trumpcare bill still takes from the poor to give to the rich; it just does so with extra stealth.feedback

Richard Conniff

The basic idea, , is that people who love to spend time in the woods pay to be buried there.feedback

Alyssa Crittenden

We may be looking at just another reason why grandparents were critical in human evolution.feedback

David Samson

We have a propensity to overcategorize things as disorders in the West. It might help elderly individuals to know changes they're experiencing have an evolutionary reason.feedback

Ronald Reagan - Challenger

The greatest leader is not necessarily the one who does the greatest things. He is the one that gets the people to do the greatest things.feedback

Jessica Simmons

Each person had a different talent, [swimming] was my talent and my mission was to get them closer to the human chain.feedback

Jessica Simmons

I stayed calm because I knew I had the tools to get them out. I knew if I could keep them afloat, they were going to be alive and that was my main goal, to give them something to hold onto and to keep their heads up.feedback

Jessica Simmons

I have jumped into situations that I probably shouldn't have, but I've always had a good outcome. I think other people should be inspired to actually help more, come up with a solution and work with other people you might not know. Today, there is always something going on, we're always on the phone, always texting, cutting throughout the traffic, we're always going at a fast pace. We need to sit back and just look around and realize there's a lot more to life than doing all that.feedback

Jim Cramer

In the last 24 hours, we heard that Facebook, letter F, is now going to charge for Messenger, one of its greatest yet-to-be-monetized assets. Letter A, Amazon? Prime Day exceeded all expectations, including the incredibly high ones that I set. N, Netflix, catching a lot of love just today from analysts who're seeing great international growth. And then ... Alphabet won a billion-dollar tax fight in Europe.feedback

Peggy Schroeder

I don't even know if you can see me right now but if you can I just want you to know you were my best friend. There were so many things I wanted to say and do with you. I wasn't always the best daughter and I'm so sorry. I love you so much mom I just want you to know and I'll never forget you.feedback

Tim Ferriss

You want to train as you're going to compete. You want to expose yourself to different kinds of stresses.feedback

Christina Gorsuch

Bibi and Henry each weigh more than 3,000 pounds. She's a tough little hippo, but she needs to be able to handle an accidental flick of the head from the adults.feedback

Michael Chea - Vimeo

Consumers hate buffering and slow-loading and will abandon videos and services if they're not getting a good viewing experience. [Companies] can throttle some websites over others, favor their own content. This is another thing that will reduce choice, increase costs, and reduce innovation.feedback

David Pierpont - Ansira

The death knell for Snapchat was Instagram stories. When we saw that, we said, It's over.feedback

Patrick Moorhead

There was a major push within Facebook to get more users on Instagram. It was the right strategy and it worked.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

They come here because these are good jobs where people with a high school diploma can make $100,000 a year. The women I met said they feel safe, but they had unique stories. Some told me about finding out their boyfriends had families back home. (They thanked me that Facebook has made it harder for these men to live double lives.) Another woman told me she has never paid for a drink her whole life.feedback

Michelle Brownstein - Personal Capital

It's always important, from a broader financial planning standpoint, to have an emergency fund. Generally speaking, your emergency fund should be between three and six months' worth of your day-to-day living expenses.feedback