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From Elon Musk to Tim Cook, here's where the world's most influential tech founders and CEOs went to college — and what they studied

College is where many figure out what they're actually interested in and determine the career they want to pursue. We researched the degrees and schools attended by well-known tech CEOs, many of whom launched their companies or landed on the idea for their first startup while studying at college. Here's where 52 CEOs and founders in the tech industry went to school, and what they studied. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. For new college students, choosing a major can feel l...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, Elon Musk, Cook, Sweden, Maryland, Microsoft, Yahoo, Mba, Stanford, India, Satya Nadella, Trends


QUICK ENDING! Chain of Gold Teen Vogue Sweepstakes (100 Winners)

In partnership with Teen Vogue, #author Cassie Clare is giving away 100 prize packs containing an advance reader’s copy of Chain of Gold plus a Teen Vogue branded pin. Click Here to Enter... Click to read more...
Tags: Miscellaneous, Frugality, Teen Vogue, Cassie Clare, Ending in February, One Entry Per Person, Quick Ending, Book & Magazines


Teen Vogue Editorial Staff Had No Idea About That Mysterious Facebook Advertorial: Source

On Wednesday, Teen Vogue found itself in the crosshairs of the internet when an article entitled “How Facebook is Helping Ensure the Integrity of the 2020 Election,” was published to its site without a staff byline or, initially, a clear indication that the content was sponsored. The piece documented how Facebook is…Read more...
Tags: Facebook, Science, Journalism, Digital Media, Private Equity, Conde Nast, Sheryl Sandberg, Teen Vogue


‘Literally IDK’: Facebook Ad Confuses Teen Vogue and Everyone Else

Both Facebook and Teen Vogue were criticized for news-like content that initially carried no advertising disclosure.
Tags: Facebook, News, Teen Vogue, Facebook Ad Confuses Teen Vogue


Teen Vogue removes a gushing Facebook story and S4 merges with Circus: Thursday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters. 
Tags: Facebook, Advertising, Teen Vogue


Facebook paid Teen Vogue to run a fake article praising Facebook for "helping ensure the integrity of the 2020 election"

Everyone knows Facebook is doing the opposite of helping ensure the integrity of the 2020 election, so it makes sense it would pay Teen Vogue to run a fake article titled “How Facebook Is Helping Ensure the Integrity of the 2020 Election.” When the article ran on Wednesday, Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook’s machiavellian chief operating officer posted on her Facebook page, "Great Teen Vogue piece about five incredible women protecting elections on Facebook. Since 2016, we've worked to stop the spread ...
Tags: Facebook, Post, News, Youtube, Los Angeles, New York Times, Propaganda, Teen Vogue, Cambridge Analytica, Sheryl Sandberg Facebook, Phillip Picardi, Liza Koshy, Delete Your Facebook, Facebook page Great Teen Vogue, Greta Gerwig Facebook


10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Thursday. "Serious" security flaws in TikTok could have let hackers add or delete videos, change privacy settings and steal personal data, it has emerged. After security firm Check Point informed TikTok's developer ByteDance of the vulnerabilities, they have now been fixed, BBC News reports. Amazon-owned Ring said it has fired four employees for abusing access to customers' video footage in the past four years. The video doorbell maker ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Elon Musk, UK, Ebay, Trends, Tesla, BBC News, Netflix, Steven Soderbergh, Grimes, Financial Times, Bernie Sanders, Alexa


Teen Vogue Yanks Puff Piece on Facebook's Anti-Disinformation Efforts After People Found Out Facebook Paid for It

Teen Vogue deleted a glowing, 2,ooo-word-plus article touting Facebook’s efforts to fight online disinformation during the 2020 elections from its website on Wednesday after it became incredibly obvious that it was sponsored content, not a reported piece of journalism. In response, Teen Vogue and Facebook gave a…Read more...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, Science, Technology, Social Media, Propaganda, Teen Vogue, Hmmm, Tech Policy, 2020 Election, Disinformation, Teen Vogue Yanks


The Mystery of Teen Vogue’s Disappearing Facebook Article

The online magazine deleted a glowing story about Facebook after questions were raised about whether it was an ad.
Tags: Facebook, News, Social Media, Teen Vogue, Advertising and Marketing, Presidential Election of 2020, Conde Nast Publications Inc


An uncritical Teen Vogue story about Facebook caused bewilderment about whether it's sponsored content before the entire article vanished (FB)

Teen Vogue on Wednesday published and then deleted an uncritical story about Facebook that has prompted widespread bewilderment. The story was about Facebook's 2020 election work, and some internet users suspected it was un-labelled sponsored content. Teen Vogue then added a note saying it was sponsored content, before removing it again. A Facebook spokesperson told Business Insider it wasn't sponsored content. The Teen Vogue Twitter account said "literally idk" in response to an inquiry, and ...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, US, Trends, Silicon Valley, Signal, Priscilla Chan, Teen Vogue, Watch Google, The Daily Telegraph, Business Insider Facebook, Philip Picardi, Former Teen Vogue, Telegraph Spark, Teen Vogue Twitter, Lisa Stratton


Mama Cax, an Amputee Model and Disability Activist, Dies at 30

In her career, the Haitian-American model landed fashion campaigns, graced the cover of Teen Vogue and walked runways at the White House and at New York Fashion Week.
Tags: News, White House, Disabilities, Legs, Mama, Teen Vogue, Fashion and apparel, Deaths (Obituaries, Models (Professional, Amputation, Prostheses, Cax


Lindsay Peoples Wagner on Her First Year as Editor of Teen Vogue

How she got there, what she’s learned and why she is upending things.
Tags: News, Magazines, Blacks, Lindsay, Teen Vogue, Fashion and apparel, Race and Ethnicity, Conde Nast Publications Inc, Your-feed-fashion, Lindsay Peoples Wagner, Peoples Wagner


Demi Lovato Makes First Public Appearance in Over a Year: ‘I Love the Person That I Am Today’

Demi Lovato opened up about her life changes over the past year while making her first public appearance since her July 2018 overdose and subsequent hospitalization. Lovato took the stage at the Teen Vogue Summit on Saturday for a frank interview with editor-in-chief Lindsay Peoples Wagner, a move that she admitted filled her with some […]
Tags: News, Demi Lovato, Teen Vogue


Anne Frank’s Diary: The Graphic Novel Adaptation

The human imagination can be an extraordinary coping device in times of trouble, a tiny window providing mental escape from whatever cell fate has consigned us to. Diarist and aspiring professional writer Anne Frank, who died in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp at the age of 15, chafed at her now-universally-known confinement in the Secret Annex. She chafed at her mother’s authority and the seemingly effortless saintliness of her older sister. Documenting her daily physical and emoti...
Tags: Google, Books, College, Post Office, History, K-12, Literature, Hitler, Peter Pan, Young, Edvard Munch, Sarajevo, Public Domain, Anne Frank, Anne, Facebook Twitter


Teen Vogue exec editor Samhita Mukhopadhyay: "proud to be 'the most insidious form of teen communist propaganda'"

Teen Vogue has emerged as one of the most progressive mass-media forums in an age of Trumpism and its official misogyny and racism -- it's a Conde Naste magazine aimed at teen girls with a labor reporter who regularly dissects capitalism's failings and writes explainers on the need for a general strike. Teen Vogue executive editor Samhita Mukhopadhyay explains her approach to Jacobin's David Palumbo-Liu in a fabulous interview in which she embraces her right-wing critics who call her magazi...
Tags: Post, Gender, Kids, News, Parenting, Sex, Vogue, Girls, Resistance, Class War, Media Theory, Trumpism, Tucker Carlson, Greta, Teen Vogue, Jacobin


Cosmo's editor reflects on her first year on the job

Subscribe to us on iTunes, check us out on Spotify and hear us on Stitcher, Google Play, iHeartRadio and Pandora too. This is our RSS feed. Tell a friend! Back in 2008, Jessica Pels was doing exactly what any ambitious, media-obsessed NYU grad should do: interning at A-list publications like The New Yorker, then Vogue. Her career started in earnest at Condé Nast, where she worked her way up the ranks at Glamour before joining Teen Vogue as features editor and online deputy editor in 2013. ...
Tags: Spotify, Instagram, Advertising, Digital, Pandora, New York Times, Vogue, Marie Claire, Conde Nast, Taylor, Cosmo, Nyu, Helen Gurley Brown, Hearst, Pels, Teen Vogue


You Know KJ Apa For His Archie-Red Hair, but What's His Natural Hue?

You probably know KJ Apa as red-headed Archie Andrews on the CW's hit show Riverdale. Despite playing one of the most iconic redheads of all time, it isn't actually the 21-year-old actor's natural-born hue of dark brown. The New Zealand native told KTLA 5 Morning News Show in 2017 that it initially took eight hours to get his near-black hue to be the iconic red shade the character is known for. He even dyed his eyebrows to match his hair for the role. He told Teen Vogue that he's since grown use...
Tags: Beauty, New Zealand, Cw, APA, KTLA, Riverdale, Teen Vogue, Hair Color, Beauty News, Celebrity Beauty, Celebrity Hair, Archie Andrews, KJ Apa, Red Hair, Archie Red Hair


Camp: The Meaning Behind 2019's Met Gala Theme

NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Scarlett Newman, freelance writer for Teen Vogue, and Glen Weldon of NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour podcast, about camp and its popularization in pop culture.
Tags: News, Npr, Teen Vogue, Ailsa Chang, Glen Weldon, Scarlett Newman


At 16, She Schooled A Senator On Planned Parenthood & That Was Just The Beginning

In April 2017, 16-year-old Deja Foxx stood up at a town hall with Sen. Jeff Flake from Arizona and questioned him about his support of legislation allowing states to block health clinics that perform abortions from receiving federal Title X family-planning money, a move that makes it more difficult for low-income people to access birth control, cancer screenings, and more."I just want to state some facts," she said to Flake. "I'm a young woman; you're a middle-aged man. I'm a person of color, ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Mac, Arizona, Columbia University, Jeff Flake, Columbia, Trump, Foxx, Spike, Teen Vogue, Flake, Sen Jeff Flake, Karamo Brown, Tonya Lewis Lee, Deja Foxx


At 16, She Schooled A Republican Senator On Planned Parenthood. That Was Just The Beginning.

In April 2017, 16-year-old Deja Foxx stood up at a town hall with Sen. Jeff Flake from Arizona and questioned him about his support of legislation allowing states to block health clinics that perform abortions from receiving federal Title X family-planning money, a move that makes it more difficult for low-income people to access birth control, cancer screenings, and more."I just want to state some facts," she said to Flake. "I'm a young woman; you're a middle-aged man. I'm a person of color, ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Mac, Arizona, Columbia University, Jeff Flake, Columbia, Trump, Foxx, Spike, Teen Vogue, Flake, Sen Jeff Flake, Karamo Brown, Tonya Lewis Lee, Deja Foxx


Teen Vogue explains capitalism

Teen Vogue continues its run of excellent, progressive political reporting with Kim Kelly's potted explanation of capitalism, and not a minute too soon, as Kelly explains: "the reason many millennials haven’t been investing in mutual funds or building up their own financial nest eggs isn’t because they’re too broke, or that they lack personal responsibility — it’s because they think our current economic system, capitalism, will cease to exist by the time they are in their 60s." The kind o...
Tags: Post, News, Piketty, Kelly, Teen Vogue, Kim Kelly, Late Stage Capitalism, Eschatology Watch, Millennials Are Killing Capitalism, Kim Kelly Teen Vogue


Blake Lively's Best-Kept Skin Secret Is This $16 Sunscreen

Contrary to what you may have read at the nail salon or in the checkout line, celebrities are not just like us. Last time we checked, we didn't have a private chef, driver, or trainer — although we're totally open to all three — nor do we live in a gated community or vacation on yachts. (Again, we wouldn't mind...) But one way celebrities — even the richest, the most famous, the most successful — actually do seem relatable? They love cheap beauty products.Yes, sometimes even Kylie Jenner and Be...
Tags: Europe, Fashion, Music, Kim Kardashian, Beyonce, Youtube, Walgreens, Marie Claire, Jennifer Lopez, Kendall Jenner, The New York Times, Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Chrissy Teigen, Anna, Emma Watson


Elaine Welteroth on Life After Teen Vogue and Career Advice for Young Women

After 10 years of following other people’s stories, Elaine Welteroth is finally telling her own. Since leaving her post as the editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue, Welteroth has written a memoir, “More Than Enough,” that hits shelves this summer and has a new on-air job as one of three judges on the revamped “Project Runway” — […]
Tags: News, Teen Vogue, Elaine Welteroth, Power Of Women, Project Runway, Career Advice for Young Women, Teen Vogue Welteroth


The Secret To Jennifer Lopez's Glow Is Only $8

Contrary to what you may have read at the nail salon or in the checkout line, celebrities are not just like us. Last time we checked, we didn't have a private chef, driver, or trainer — although we're totally open to all three — nor do we live in a gated community or vacation on yachts. (Again, we wouldn't mind...) But one way celebrities — even the richest, the most famous, the most successful — actually do seem relatable? They love cheap beauty products.Yes, sometimes even Kylie Jenner and Be...
Tags: Europe, Fashion, Music, Kim Kardashian, Beyonce, Youtube, Walgreens, Marie Claire, Jennifer Lopez, Kendall Jenner, The New York Times, Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Chrissy Teigen, Anna, Emma Watson


The New & Improved Project Runway Tackles A Lot More Than Just Clothes

"I want Karlie to critique my collection.""Guys, act like TV stars!""Someone let me know if I'm flashing the camera."I heard a lot of stuff during my afternoon spent with Project Runway 3.0’s newly minted cast at Refinery29’s New York headquarters. Jokes were made, eyes were rolled and astrological signs were debated. But despite the offscreen fun and the harsh (but necessary) "You're not going to Paris" moments, this season aims to be about much more than just drama and dresses.The beloved rea...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, America, Paris, Bravo, Maxwell, Conde Nast, Karlie Kloss, Heidi Klum, Garcia, CFDA, Teen Vogue, Nina Garcia, Longview Texas, Karlie


Amazon and Sephora hired Lori Loughlin's Instagram-famous daughter as an influencer before the FBI charged her parents in an explosive college admissions bribery scandal (AMZN)

Olivia Jade Giannulli, the Instagram-famous daughter of "Full House" star Lori Loughlin, has been paid by high-profile companies such as Amazon and Sephora as an influencer in recent months.  In one Instagram partnership with Amazon Prime Student, Giannulli highlights the e-commerce giant's deals for college students.  The influencer also has an ongoing partnership with Sephora, releasing a makeup palette with the beauty brand. Loughlin and Giannulli's father, Mossimo Giannulli, are accused by...
Tags: Amazon, Instagram, Trends, Fbi, Ikea, Usc, Sephora, University Of Southern California, Huffman, Teen Vogue, AMZN, Loughlin, Lori Loughlin, Mossimo, Mossimo Giannulli, Olivia Jade


The Story Behind Those F*ck Trump Lipsticks All Your Facebook Friends Are Talking About

Katie Sones is the founder of Lipslut, a social justice beauty brand that launched in 2017. Her line of politically-charged lipsticks - including the shades F*ck Trump and F*ck Kavanaugh - have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for nonprofit organizations. She's sharing, in her own words, exactly what went into Lipslut's meteoric rise. This story was told to Kelsey Castañon and edited for length and clarity. Before I created LipSlut, I really didn't know what I wanted to do with my life. I...
Tags: Makeup, Beauty, Lipstick, Trump, Kavanaugh, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Teen Vogue, Beauty Interview, Kelsey Castanon, Katie Sones, Lipslut, F*cking Awesome Females


How 1 College Student Turned Lipslut Into the Political Beauty Brand the World Deserves

Katie Sones is the founder of Lipslut, a social justice beauty brand that launched in 2017. Her line of politically-charged lipsticks - including the shades F*ck Trump and F*ck Kavanaugh - have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for nonprofit organizations. She's sharing, in her own words, exactly what went into Lipslut's meteoric rise. This story was told to Kelsey Castañon and edited for length and clarity. Before I created LipSlut, I really didn't know what I wanted to do with my life. I...
Tags: Makeup, Beauty, Lipstick, Trump, Kavanaugh, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Teen Vogue, Beauty Interview, Kelsey Castanon, Katie Sones, Lipslut, F*cking Awesome Females


Socialism’s three-legged stool: Envy, ignorance, and faith

Socialism’s three-legged stool: Envy, ignorance, and faith When democratic socialists were asked what they would build in place of Amazon’s HQ2 now that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez had chased it out of Queens, the response was “a guillotine.” That reply, contained in an insightful and in-depth portrait of young socialists in New York magazine, perfectly illustrates the difference between the worldview of secular collectivists and those who believe in the free ...
Tags: Amazon, New York, France, Religion, America, Piers Morgan, Queens, Jeff Bezos, Gallup, Owen Jones, Occupy Wall Street, Teen Vogue, Gouverneur Morris, DSA, David Shankbone, Chapo Trap House


The $5 Face Wipes Ariana Grande Swears By

Contrary to what you may have read at the nail salon or in the checkout line, celebrities are not just like us. Last time we checked, we didn't have a private chef, driver, or trainer — although we're totally open to all three — nor do we live in a gated community or vacation on yachts. (Again, we wouldn't mind...) But one way celebrities — even the richest, the most famous, the most successful — actually do seem relatable? They love cheap beauty products.Yes, sometimes even Kylie Jenner and Be...
Tags: Europe, Fashion, Music, Kim Kardashian, Beyonce, Youtube, Walgreens, Marie Claire, Kendall Jenner, The New York Times, Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Chrissy Teigen, Anna, Emma Watson, Eva