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Ben & Jerry’s has joined the Facebook ads boycott. The ice cream makers followed a number of high-profile companies in choosing not to post advertisements on the social media site throughout the month of July in support of the Stop Hate For Profit campaign, which was launched to help stop the spread of racist and…

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified on Capitol Hill Tuesday about allegedly selling his customers’ private information to outside companies. He also had to answer about his site’s censor gods and why his company believes the Black pro-Donald Trump duo “Diamond And Silk” are considered a “danger to society.” Diamond and Silk, whose real names are Lynnette…

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“Superstar family … we the new Jacksons,” Kanye West rapped about he and his in-laws on the song “Highlights” from his latest album, The Life of Pablo. It must be nice when your wife is also a multimillionaire and can help you clear up tens of millions in debt. A recent tweet by Kim Kardashian West…

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Photo credit: Facebook – Elon Musk Hey ladies, if you’re a part of the sapiosexual community, then you can identify with this article’s title. If you don’t have a clue as to what a sapiosexual is, then find out all about it in my “coming-out” article: “Meet Porsha, a self-proclaimed sapiosexual.” You can also take the test to…

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Facebook celebrated their 10th year of operation on the Web yesterday. In appreciation to their loyal social media fans they created Facebook “Look Back” movies for each user.  The movies are personalized videos highlighting their top content over the years, starting from day 1 to now. To create your movie, click on the link facebook.com/lookback and it will take…

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Kerry Washington married San Francisco 49ers cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha on June 24 in Blaine County, Idaho. Well, according to sports gossip site TerezOwens.com, which was first to get wind of the happy news, Asomugha has been dating annuity Vanity Fair’s August 2013 cover girl since last summer. These five other celebrity couples also managed to keep their weddings…

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These 5 celebrity couples also managed to keep their weddings a secret from the public — sometimes even from their family and friends — and were able to surprise the tabloids.   T.I. and Tameka Cottle Rapper T.I. married  his longtime girlfriend Tameka (Tiny) Cottle at a Miami Beach courthouse on Friday, the couple exchanged…

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Words by Munson  Steed Images courtesy of MAC Cosmetics, Pepsi, Samsung Beyoncé is a queen of commercial and financial success. Her image has permeated our entire cultural landscape. From the White House to the 2013 Super Bowl halftime stage, billions of individuals around the world see her as the quintessential example of African American progress.…

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Aaron Smith NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Three investors sued Facebook and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday, along with lead underwriter Morgan Stanley and a host of other underwriters, accusing them of withholding negative information about the social network’s initial public offering. “It appears as though material information was not disclosed,” said Robert Weiser, one…

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On Saturday, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg changed his relationship status to “married,” after tying the knot with his longtime girlfriend Priscilla Chan. Zuckerberg and Chan met during their time at Harvard, and before he created Facebook. The couple dated for nine years before marrying the day after Zuckerberg took Facebook public. Zuckerberg and Chan kept their plans…

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2012 is definitely Facebook‘s year. After purchasing the popular Instagram application, Mark Zuckerberg has continued to add to Facebook’s portfolio. Today it was announced that Facebook is buying 650 of the 925 AOL patents and patent applications Microsoft bought from AOL for $1 billion. As part of this $550 million deal, Facebook will also get a license…

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Facebook just bought Instagram for $1 billion in cash and stock. Instagram catapulted to 30 million iOS users in 18 months and was named iPhone app of the year in 2011. It is one of the best and most used apps for taking and sharing photos from the iPhone. Instagram began as an exclusive app, but recently was…

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There aren’t too many recognizable names of African American women making a digital dent in the technology world. GenJuice CEO Arielle Patrice Scott aims to change that and in the process become the next Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook CEO). Scott got her start while attending the University of California, Berkeley, where she launched her first start-up,…

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