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Inside Mark Zuckerberg's controversial decision to turn down Yahoo's $1 billion early offer to buy Facebook

<i>This is an excerpt from the book "Becoming Facebook" by Mike Hoefflinger. It's the inside story of Facebook told by the former Head of Global Business Marketing, chronicling the 10 major decisions Facebook made that led from their disastrous stock drop in 2012 to one of the biggest companies in the</i> …

Silicon Valley

5 Ways to Separate your Subject From the Background

When shooting portraits, finding a way to draw the viewer’s attention to the subject and make them pop out from the background is often a primary …

Shutter Speed

1940s modernist gem in Brazil gets gorgeous restoration and expansion

An oasis in the middle of the city<p>This modernist gem in São Paulo, Brazil was originally designed in the late 1940s by Zenon Lotufo and recently underwent a ravishing renovation that includes an upper addition. With pristine white surfaces accented by luxuriant wood in parts, and windows covered in …

Africa

Charger Daytona & Plymouth Superbird - Inside and Out

Big Night for Phelps, Biles and Fiji in Rio: Pictures

Tunisia

This Crazy Pontiac Concept Car Was Way Ahead of Its Time

Get past the zany looks, and Pontiac got a lot right with the 1988 Pursuit concept.<p>I have an ironic affinity for wacky concept cars from the 1980s: This strange decade produced truly bizarre visions of the future that look unintentionally hilarious today. At first, I thought the 1987 Pontiac …

Queen Elizabeth II Celebrates Her 90th Birthday: Pictures

England

Stephen Colbert calls out Donald Trump for apparent Bible goof

Trump is making an effort to widen his lead in polls, which means pulling the religious right away from Ted Cruz. If he can get the support of evangelicals, the theory goes, then he'll sail to the Republican presidential nomination.<p>But during a campaign stop at the Christian college Liberty …

Donald Trump