Oprah Winfrey travels to Silicon Valley to have lunch with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, who ignited a firestorm with her book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead. Cheryl takes Oprah to her favorite restaurant, the place where she and Facebook Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg first sat down to discuss her future at his company. Oprah also travels to the Bronx to sit down with Justice Sonia Sotomayor, the first Latina to ever serve on the U.S. Supreme Court. The two meet at the Justice's alma mater, Cardinal Spellman High School, where Justice Sotomayor candidly talks about her revealing memoir, her humble beginnings and the promises she made to President Obama. She also discusses the perils of dating when you sit on the highest court in the land.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
More than 2.1 billion people use Facebook or one of its services like Instagram and WhatsApp every day. Lately though, the company that started out with the noble vision of “making the world more open and connected” is facing some serious questions about the part it plays in a lot of harmful activities like spreading misinformation, mishandling its users’ personal information, and increasing the deep divisions of our already polarized nation. On this episode ofNext Question, Katie shares her recent headline-making interview with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg at the Vanity Fair Summit in Los Angeles. It’s a tough, no-holds barred conversation that gets to the heart of the question on everyone’s mind - is Facebook doing enough to protect its more than 2 billion users and our democracy? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Caroline Hyde sat down for a wide-ranging, exclusive interview with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg in front of a live audience at the Cannes Festival in France on June 19 to discuss privacy controls, the launch of Libra, preparations for the next U.S. Presidential election in 2020 and why Facebook is calling for more regulation.
As a cancer survivor, Robin Roberts, anchor of Good Morning America, learned how to publicly embrace her vulnerabilities and support from others. Re-framing grief as a means towards healing allowed her to regain her strength, which she hopes inspires others to do the same. Similarly, after her husband and father of their two young children died suddenly, Sheryl Sandberg, chief Operating Officer of Facebook, learned to persevere in the face of loss, and uses her public platform to help others do the same. In this weeks episode, Dr. Jennifer Ashton sits down with these two powerful women to discuss turning painful experiences into an opportunity for personal growth and positive influence.
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