Dorsey had moved on to found Square, the vaunted mobile-payment system that now processes billion annually (where he’s CEO), but in 2011 he added the role of Twitter executive chairman and still helps drive big decisions. That's because Zuckerberg's mobile strategy at last appears to be working.Mobile-ad sales now account for 41% of Facebook's total ad revenue, and the number of people posting photos and status updates on the go surged 51% in the most recent quarter. Once you register, you'll be able to manage your account online.If your print subscription includes digital access, you will also be able to log in to The Inquirer and Daily News replicas and using the same username and password login credentials.Elkann was picked for the Fiat board at age 21 by his grandfather Gianni Agnelli, the dapper industrialist who built the company into a global powerhouse.
By Rupali Arora, Katie Benner, Ryan Bradley, Scott Cendrowski, Catherine Dunn, Eli Epstein, Stephen Gandel, Craig Giammona, Beth Kowitt, Colleen Leahey, Michal Lev-Ram, JP Mangalindan, Tory Newmyer, Anne Vander Mey, Matt Vella, Daniel Roberts, and Patricia Sellers “Get in over your head” is Mayer’s guideline.His ultimate goal, he says, is to take these extraordinary things and sell them to ordinary people. This is the work of Wang, a genomics professor and the director of gene-sequencing center BGI (formerly Beijing Genomics Institute). Liv Garfield As strategy director for BT (formerly British Telecom), Garfield made the billion case for building out fiber broadband to 19 million U. Recently named to the board of British megachain Tesco, she's said to be a contender one day for BT's top spot. Now, as CEO of BT’s infrastructure division, she’s doing it, managing more than 20,000 engineers.The institute generates about six terabytes of data a day, and it often falls on Wang to see the forest through the trees. As strategy director for BT (formerly British Telecom), Garfield made the billion case for building out fiber broadband to 19 million U. Recently named to the board of British megachain Tesco, she’s said to be a contender one day for BT’s top spot. Ben Silbermann (TIE) Despite all the hype, Silbermann has taken his time making money on the digital-scrapbook platform.The institute generates about six terabytes of data a day, and it often falls on Wang to see the forest through the trees.He is a busy man: scientist, professor, author of more than 100 papers. Imagine a grain of rice that can suck pollutants out of the soil; or a cancer treatment so targeted and personalized it exists for only one person—you; or a worldwide database of not just every human’s genetic code but the genomes of every living thing, a sort of biological Google. Now, as CEO of BT's infrastructure division, she's doing it, managing more than 20,000 engineers.