The National Endowment for the Arts would be eliminated under Trump team's proposal: report - Fast Company

According to The Hill, members of the Trump transition team have been meeting with White House staffers to discuss dramatic cuts in federal spending. Under their proposal, the National Endowment for the Arts would be completely eliminated. The budget ...

Zuckerberg's moving into the neighborhood? Fasten your seat belt - The Mercury News

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who has a track record of getting into dust-ups with neighbors in the various places he's bought homes, is reportedly dusting things up again, this time in a supercomplicated, property-title dispute involving his place in ...

All-Star Lawyers Duel in Dallas Over Who Owns the Oculus Rift - The Am Law Litigation Daily

The best litigators tell stories. Two masters are at work this week spinning opposite tales in a Dallas federal courthouse in a huge intellectual property fight over virtual reality technology that could revolutionize the $90 billion video game ...

Palmer Luckey testifies at ZeniMax-Oculus trial - PC Gamer

Oculus VR co-founder Palmer Luckey took the stand yesterday to testify at the trial between Facebook and ZeniMax Media, which claims that much of the technology behind the Oculus Rift headset was actually developed by John Carmack while he was CTO ...

Zuckerberg 2020? - The Atlantic

Like ​The Atlantic? Subscribe to ​The Atlantic Daily​, our free weekday email newsletter. There's a long-running theory that Mark Zuckerberg has presidential aspirations. It makes sense to wonder. After all, if the civically engaged and ambitious ...

Here's how Mark Zuckerberg thinks the VR industry will evolve - Business Insider

Virtual reality (VR) technology is still around a decade away from providing consumers with a good VR experience, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told a courtroom on Tuesday. Zuckerberg spoke on behalf of Facebook-owned VR company Oculus amid ...

Zuck Does Dallas - New York Magazine

A visiting dignitary from the Bay Area samples the local culture of Fort Worth. Photo: Mark Zuckerberg/Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg's personal challenge for 2017 — to visit and meet with people “in every state in the U.S. by the end of the year” — has ...

13 Photos That Prove Mark Zuckerberg Will Run for President in 2020 - Observer

Mark Zuckerberg has slowly transformed from a tech mogul into a lifestyle guru—he had Facebook users join him on a fitness initiative last year (though we think he faked running a mile every day) and in 2017 he's resolved to visit every U.S. state ...

Mark Zuckerberg, in Suit, Testifies in Oculus Intellectual Property Trial - New York Times

Mark Zuckerberg spoke in October at an Oculus developers conference in San Jose, Calif., while wearing a virtual reality headset. Credit Glenn Chapman/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images. DALLAS — A few years ago, Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive ...

It Takes at Least 12 People to Make Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook Page - New York Magazine

Behind every great man stands a team of PR professionals to make sure he stays great. Photo-Illustration: David Ramos/Getty Images. There's a certain tone to Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook (unblockable!) posts, a kind of “aw shucks” white-bread earnestness ...

Oculus to recruit 9 engineers for new Cork office - Irish Times

Facebook-owned virtual reality company Oculus is recruiting nine senior engineers for its research office in Cork. Oculus took over the office last year by acquiring by InfiniLED, which develops low-powered LED technology. The plan is to develop LED ...

Facebook's Virtual-Reality Whiz Kid Defends His Founder Myth - Vanity Fair

Accused of having stolen trade secrets and violated a nondisclosure agreement with a Maryland-based video game company, 24-year-old Palmer Luckey appeared in court Wednesday to defend himself. Luckey, whose personal net worth soared to some ...

Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook page is hiding a slightly embarrassing secret - The Sun

HE'S the happy-go-lucky billionaire who wants us to spend every waking moment sharing details of our existence on Facebook. But it turns out that Mark Zuckerberg doesn't favour the personal approach when it comes to updating his own social media profile.

FB Stock: Will the Oculus Lawsuit Damage Facebook Stock (FB)? - Profit Confidential

Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) is currently embroiled in a strange little lawsuit that could undermine its huge investment in Oculus VR. But in order to figure out what this case could mean for Facebook stock (FB), we have to dig into the nitty-gritty details.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg denies allegations that Oculus stole VR technology - Computer Business Review

Facebook's co-founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, has appeared in court for the first time based on claims that Oculus, which was acquired by Facebook in 2014, had stolen Oculus Rift technology. Owner of games studio software, ZeniMax Media, is suing ...

Palmer Luckey insists he didn't steal VR code for Oculus - Engadget

Yesterday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg took the stand to testify in a lawsuit against Oculus, and today it was Palmer Luckey's turn. The founder of Oculus VR -- who has remained out of sight since his role in funding political trolls came to light ...

Mark Zuckerberg is too busy saving the world to run his own Facebook account - Quartz

The billionaire CEO is not only running one of the highest profile companies in the world, he's also trying to eradicate disease, fix education, connect everyone, and generally make the world a better place for his daughter. All that means he's a bit ...

Lawyer: Luckey not smart enough to create Oculus - USA TODAY

SAN FRANCISCO — When you sell your first company to Facebook at age 21 for around $3 billion, it's admittedly hard to get people to feel sorry for you. But Oculus Rift virtual reality goggle creator Palmer Luckey, 24, may have earned a few votes of ...

Oculus Founder, CEO Say Company Built Without Stealing - Law360 (subscription)

Law360, Dallas (January 18, 2017, 8:35 PM EST) -- The founder and the CEO of Facebook Inc. subsidiary Oculus VR LLC on Wednesday testified about the work they'd each put into building the virtual reality company from scratch, denying claims in a $2 ...

Palmer Luckey defends the early days of Oculus in VR trade secrets trial - The Verge

Palmer Luckey became tech industry royalty at age 21, when he sold his burgeoning virtual reality company Oculus VR to Facebook in 2014 for $2 billion. That fateful decision, while a milestone for virtual reality, is now causing headaches for Luckey, ...