Fascinated by internships? Sheryl Sandberg's Facebook Live with her two interns will answer all your questions - Economic Times

Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook's chief operating officer, has been an advocate for more women in the workplace (with special emphasis on tech). She has often spoken about fairer pay, stronger policies for women at work, and even the importance of girls to ...

Facebook COO: Undermining Encryption Would Force Terrorists onto Other Platforms - Infosecurity Magazine

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg has again defended her company's use of end-to-end encryption, implying that forcing tech providers to undermine security would result in terrorists migrating to similar platforms in unregulated countries. Facebook and its ...

Sheryl Sandberg: WhatsApp metadata informs governments about terrorism in spite of encryption - Yahoo Finance UK

Facebook's chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg has said that removing the encryption on WhatsApp messages would prevent governments from getting information about how terrorists communicate. The encryption — a way of protecting information — of ...

We Agree With Sheryl Sandberg - We Do Need To Start Paying Women Well - Grazia

Sheryl Sandberg, the chief operating officer of Facebook and one of the world's most successful businesswomen, has called on companies to start paying women better in order to tackle the gender pay gap. It comes after the BBC published the salaries of ...

'I screamed "tell me my kids will be okay"' Sheryl Sandberg breaks down as she describes calling a friend from ... - Daily Mail

Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg broke down as she opened up about her husband's death in a heart-wrenching interview. The social media giant's chief operating officer recalled how she 'screamed' down the phone to her best friend just hours after her ...

Sheryl Sandberg Says It's a Mistake That We Don't Teach Little Girls To Lead - Fortune

Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook COO and author of the 2013 bestseller Lean In, renewed her fight for female empowerment, arguing that girls need to be taught from an early age that they, too, can be leaders. “We start telling little girls not to lead at very ...