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Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Ten years later, Zuckerberg continues his "revolution" blue

zuckerbergOn February 4 the powerful social networking site Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg the company that conceived and co-founded in a dorm at the University of Harvard, 10 years on the net with over 1,000 million users worldwide. Moreover, this 2014 young billionaire turns 30 in May and will celebrate a decade since her first date with Priscilla Chan, now his wife, whom he first met in line for the bathroom at a college party. Zuckerberg is now one of the most influential people and rich planet. His net worth exceeds $ 24 billion, placing it in 26th place among the richest in the world, as ranked by Bloomberg. With 29 years, firmly controls the social network with about 29% equity and 56% of the right to vote.Whereas social network exposes the lives of others, its creator is very careful of his privacy. In fact, last October, local media reported that Zuckerberg u $ s30 million disbursed by the properties surrounding his residence, located in the Crescent Park neighborhood in Palo Alto, California. A man I admire is the co-founder of Microsoft Bill Gates, not only for his outstanding role in the technological world, but for his charitable work. Following in his footsteps, last December, Zuckerberg surprised the great philanthropists to donate u $ s990 million shares of his company to three charities. According to Bloomberg Businessweek, which devotes its latest cover an extensive interview from the headquarters Facebook in Menlo Park, each year aims to meet a personal challenge (learning Mandarin, becoming vegetarian and meet someone new every day, for example). For this 2014, intends to write at least a thank you note every day, by mail or by hand, as he himself confessed. CEO of Facebook-like Steve Jobs, who also said admiring-characterized for a casual look. On a few occasions he has been seen in suits, except that on that occasion he visited Barack Obama in the White House. His usual uniform is part of their brand identity. Tee-usually black or gray jeans and black sneakers Present and Future . "I am a very critical person I always want things to be better and I usually do not I'm happy with how things are (...) "and the employer to the American magazine is described. But undoubtedly the most thirtysomething has many reasons to celebrate. Your social network is used by more than 1,200 million people worldwide.The company is valued at approximately $ 135 billion and will likely become the fastest in history to reach the $ s150 billion.Their recent financial results have impressed Wall Street, in part by the success of mobile phones . In the report fourth-quarter earnings presented on January 29, Facebook first revealed that sales of ads on phones and tablets exceeded revenues from computers. 's arrival to Mobile "was not as fast as it should have been "Zuckerberg took own, but it finally happened. In early 2012, called a meeting and said that the company would be "mobile first", and asked his employees during their presentations talk about "phones and not computers." Facebook, based in Silicon Valley, plans to building their own smart phones, but so far no chances. His first experience was not good with Facebook Home, allowing customization with Android phones. Now he is concentrating on independent applications like Paper, its recent program including topical articles on various topics and publications with the News of the users. Some new applications of social network will allow users to connect anonymously . Something similar happens with Twitter, where real names are optional.Apparently, Zuckerberg wants to be the new apps like Instagram, which requires logon through a social network account. "If you can not beat them, buy them." The first major operation was the acquisition Californian firm, in April 2012 - the photo application Instagram for U.S. $ 1,000 million. But I did not have the same success with the instant messaging service Snapchat where the pictures disappear after a few seconds. Evan Spiegel, one of its founders, rejected the offer. 's challenge is now Facebook continue to grow, upgrade and defend your place against powerful enemies and new, for its founder, the social network is "to give people the power to share and to make a more open and connected world. " Mark Zuckerberg is not enjoying their achievements and advances convinced that "failure is equal to taking risks."

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