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    Zuckerberg's Sister Gets Book Deal

    Director of Marketing Research, Facebook, USA, Randi Zuckerberg, left, speaks during a social networking session at the opening day of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Wednesday Jan. 27, 2010. Financial reforms, climate talks and Haiti's reconstruction are set to dominate the agenda of the world's elites heading up to the Swiss mountain resort of Davos this week for their annual meeting.  (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)

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    It's called Dot Complicated, get it? Randi Zuckerberg, the social media executive and entrepreneur who left her CEO brother Mark's Facebook in 2011, has signed a two-book deal with HarperCollins. Dot Complicated, the same name as her newsletter, will be a memoir that includes her thoughts on the digital age, covering her years as Facebook's marketing director to 2011, when she became a mother. The second book will be a children's story. We hope she can dish a little on Mark as well.

    Read it at The Associated Press