Chris Cox

  • Facebook’s Prototype Mobile Ad Format: A Perfect Mix of Branding, Direct Response

    … functionality that isn’t cluttered with irrelevant ads and content. With its possible new mobile ad format, Facebook appears to have captured the best of both worlds for a user experience that will help drive more time in-app and more sales opportunities for advertisers. David Serfaty is vice president of social advertising at Matomy Media Group, a global digital performance-based advertising company. He can be contacted at david.s@matomy.com. …

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  • The Facebook Mobile Ad of the Future?

    … By David Cohen on Jun. 24, 2015 - 10:30 AM Facebook chief product officer Chris Cox presented a concept for future mobile ads on the social network at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity Tuesday. Re/code reported that the mockup, using a Michael Kors watch as its subject, contained features including full-screen images…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 13 readers -
  • Facebook Responds to Protest Over Real-Name Policy

    … as a way to target and maliciously bully people they find objectionable for whatever reason. We were trying to get Facebook to understand that for the past nine months, and no significant changes were made. We’ve reached our breaking point. Last October, Facebook chief product officer Chris Cox issued a lengthy apology, saying in part: Our policy has…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 14 readers -
  • Chris Cox Sells 5,437 Facebook Shares

    … Facebook chief product officer Chris Cox revealed in a Form 4 filing Wednesday with the Securities and Exchange Commission that he sold 5,437 shares of Facebook class-A common stock. Cox sold the shares at $76.01 apiece, and he now holds 574,851 shares in the company. …

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  • Chris Cox Exercises RSUs, Sells Facebook Shares

    … Facebook chief product officer Chris Cox revealed in a Form 4 filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission that he exercised some of his restricted stock units and sold off some shares. Cox exercised 11,371 RSUs that were set to expire Aug. 25, 2019. He then sold 5,934 shares of Facebook class-A common stock at $75.5825 per share, leaving him with 580,288 shares in the company. …

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  • Chris Cox Sells 41K+ Facebook Shares

    … Facebook chief product officer Chris Cox reported in a Form 4 filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission last Wednesday that he sold 41,404 shares of class-A common stock in the company. Cox sold the shares at $73.58 apiece, and he now holds 574,851 shares of Facebook class-A common stock. Vice president and general counsel Colin…

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