Chris Cox

Zuckerberg refuses UK parliament summons over Fb data misuse

So much for ‘We are accountable‘; Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has declined a summons from a UK parliamentary committee that’s investigating how social media data is bein

Facebook changes mission statement to ‘bring the world closer together’

"Making the world more open and connected" had one fundamental flaw: it didn't push for any specific positive outcome from more connection. Technically, it could encompass digital voyeurism via the Ne

Facebook demos art-themed video filters, says it got 2M voters registered

The two non-Zuck leaders of Facebook had a lot to show and tell onstage today at the WSJDLive conference, where they demoed potential products, labeled Facebook a tech company not a media company and

The Facebook Effect (On Real Estate Prices)

Four years ago, Facebook announced that they were decamping to Menlo Park from their longstanding home of Palo Alto. Just last month, the company finally cut the ribbons on a beautiful 430,000-squ

Facebook CPO Chris Cox Donates Locally With $1M Gift To East Palo Alto’s Live in Peace

Almost a decade ago, Facebook’s chief product officer Chris Cox (pictured above) started playing weddings with a reggae band out of East Palo Alto. At the time, the company had barely launched

Facebook Promotes VP Of Product Chris Cox To Chief Product Officer, But No Organizational Change

Chris Cox helped invent News Feed and devised Facebook's "Social By Design" strategy, so now the company is recognizing his critical contributions by promoting the VP Of Product to Chief Product Offi

Facebook’s Focus On Mobile-Inspired Consistency Is All About Getting Facebook “Out Of The Way”

Today, Facebook vice president of product Chris Cox discussed Facebook’s newfound focus on design consistency, something the company calls “mobile-inspired.” Today, with its news fee

Facebook Releases “Weddings and Celebrations” Feature, Maturing With Executives

Facebook released a new “Weddings and Celebrations” feature that will display special events, starting with engagements and weddings, along with friends’ birthdays on the social network. The

Facebook, It’s OK To Want To Make Money [Video]

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/picture-71.png" /><a href="http://www.facebook.com/">Facebook</a> is not evil, despite the disproportionately loud grumblings of its critics -