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Mark Zuckerberg assures public, ‘No existential risks from current AI, despite progress’

Meta CEO Zuckerberg discusses AI advancements post Llama 3 launch, asserting no existential threat. He highlights Llama 3’s capabilities, plans integration into Meta AI and stresses transparency, potential release as open-source.

1 min read22 Apr 2024
Companies

Elon Musk reignites ‘fight’ challenge with Mark Zuckerberg, says ‘ready anywhere, anytime’

This comes after in August 2023 Mark Zuckerberg said Elon Musk is not serious about the competition and it’s ‘time to move on’ following days of speculations and rumours over the net over an epic cage fight for charity between the two billionaires

2 min read7 Mar 2024
News

Bill Gates comments on Mark Zuckerberg’s ‘Sunderbans’ shirt at Anant Ambani-Radhika’s pre-wedding bash: ‘You’ve always…’

Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg met at Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant’s pre-wedding celebration in Jamnagar. A photo of them in casual clothes went viral on social media.

1 min read5 Mar 2024
Companies

AI to Ambani wedding: Mark Zuckerberg to have packed week in Asia across Japan, South Korea and India

Meta Platforms Inc.’s chief executive officer, who’s been in Japan, will also have stops in South Korea and India to work on artificial intelligence services and forge ties with business and government leaders in the region.

2 min read26 Feb 2024
Technology

Zuckerberg marks 20 years of Facebook: Reflects on past, envisions, ‘The best is yet to come’

Mark Zuckerberg celebrates Facebook’s 20th anniversary, reflecting on its evolution and hinting at a future brimming with possibilities.

1 min read5 Feb 2024
Markets

Meta makes Wall Street history with $196 billion market cap gain

Meta Platforms, the parent company of Facebook, now holds the records for both — the biggest single-day gains and biggest single-day loss in the United States stock market.

3 min read3 Feb 2024
Companies

Mark Zuckerberg to get $700 million annually from Meta’s new dividend

The new dividend and $50 billion in share buybacks announced by Meta may help garner more patience from investors for Mark Zuckerberg’s long-term bets on AI and the metaverse.

2 min read2 Feb 2024
Companies

Mark Zuckerberg’s Meta faces lawsuit over alleged disregard for user mental health on Instagram

The lawsuit states that Meta’s leadership had in 2019 suggested that filters for plastic surgery be disabled on Facebook and Instagram due to the negative impact on young women, but this was ignored by Mark Zuckerberg.

2 min read10 Nov 2023
Companies

Elon Musk takes a jab at Mark Zuckerberg: Says Instagram ’pretty much’ like OnlyFans

X owner Elon Musk’s beef with Mark Zuckerberg’s social media sites is well documented but especially came to a head when the latter announced a new site ‘Threads’ as a counter to Twitter

1 min read4 Nov 2023
Companies

Meta faces Europe-wide data privacy restrictions for flouting norms with targetted ads

The European Union’s top court had in July clarified that processing users’ personal data for advertisements without their consent goes against EU data protection regulations.

2 min read1 Nov 2023
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The Union Budget contains details about the estimated receipts and the expenditure of the government for a particular fiscal year. The Budget is allotted for the upcoming fiscal year, which runs from 1st April to 31st March of the next year. Here is a quick guide on how the Union Budget is prepared

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Byju's

Ever since Byju Raveendran founded the eponymous edtech company in 2011, Byju's has been the subject of much discussion. The Indian education sector seemed ripe for disruption, and by 2019, the company was an investor favourite. The onset of the pandemic brought the real riches for Byju's: with kids attending school through their laptops, phones, and tablets, Byju's was immediately seen as being at the forefront of facilitating this institutional method of learning — all the way to a $22 billion valuation.  But with the accolades, came the woes. As Covid-19 slipped into the rear-view mirror, ugly stories about the edtech's policies came to light. Impossible targets, poor management, and a slew of senior-level exits dominated the headlines. Finally, came the last straw — investors and regulators started asking the tough questions about the company failing to comply with statutory requirements. Growth, it seemed, had come at the cost of governance, like in so many messy startups.  Here’s a curation of original reportage and analysis about Byjus, once India’s most valuable startup.

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