UpTo Combines Your Google Calendar with Secondary Events to Follow

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UpTo Combines Your Google Calendar with Secondary Events to Follow

Android/iOS: Most of us include work and social events in our calendars, but don’t tend to add peripheral things we’re interested in like movie releases or astronomical events. UpTo makes this easy by creating a second layer to your calendar for events you might be interested in.

The app first asks you to subscribe to a number of public calendars that may correspond to your interests. You can follow general movie release dates, episodes of shows like Cosmos or Game of Thrones, religious holidays, sporting events, and much more. In the calendar itself, you’ll only see your regular events by default, but you can expand the agenda view to see the second layer of events “below” the main one. If you see an event you’re very interested in, you can swipe to the left to add it to your primary calendar. If you prefer Google’s own calendar app (or want some of this info on the web as well), you can check out our guide on the coolest things you can automatically import into Google Calendar.

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Mark Zuckerberg, Marc Andreessen Detail Facebook Secondary Offering Stock Sales; David Ebersman Sells 23.4K Shares

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WallStreetNYSE650Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Director Marc Andreessen detailed their sales of Facebook shares as part of the company’s secondary offering in Form 4 filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, while Chief Financial Officer David Ebersman sold off some shares in two transactions that were unrelated to the secondary offering.

Zuckerberg converted 41,350,000 class-B Facebook shares to shares of class-A common stock in the company, and then included them in the offering, which was priced at $ 55.05 per share. He personally now holds no class-A shares in the company (his holdings are part of various trusts).

Andreessen sold 1,645,239 shares of Facebook class-A common stock at the secondary offering price of $ 55.05 each. He now holds 1,610,920.

And Ebersman sold 11,700 shares of Facebook class-A common stock at $ 55.50 apiece, and another 11,700 at $ 58.27 each. He now holds 176,656 shares in the company.

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