Born: May 14, 1984 (age 37) White Plains, New York, U.S.Net worth: 107.5 billion USD (2022)Co-founder and CEO of Meta Platforms (formerly Facebook, Inc.)co-founder and co-CEO of Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
Mark Zuckerberg was brought into the world on May 14, 1984, in White Plains, New York, and was brought up in neighboring Dobbs Ferry. He was naturally introduced to an accomplished family and fostered an interest in PC programming at an early age.
At 12 years old, Zuckerberg made an informing program named Zucknet that he executed as an official correspondence framework for his dad's dental practice.1 Due to his initial indications of achievement,
his folks got him a PC programming guide while he was as yet in secondary school, and they selected him in at Phillips Exeter Academy, a private academy in New Hampshire. In the wake of moving on from private academy, Zuckerberg enlisted at Harvard University.
While numerous keen individuals go to Harvard University, Mark Zuckerberg became referred to rapidly as the go-to software engineer nearby. By his sophomore year, he had as of now constructed two projects: CourseMatch and FaceMash.
Both projects turned out to be ridiculously famous, yet the college shut down the last option program after it was considered to be improper.
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In light of his approval nearby, Zuckerberg cooperated with companions to make a long range interpersonal communication site that permitted Harvard understudies to interface with one another. The site formally went live in June 2004 under the name "The Facebook," and Zuckerberg forced it to leave his apartment.
After his sophomore year, Zuckerberg exited school to seek after what was currently called Facebook (presently Meta), full-time. The site arrived at 1,000,000 clients before the finish of 2004
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This blast of client development pulled in the consideration of many investment (VC) firms, and Zuckerberg in the end moved out to Silicon Valley in 2005. Facebook accepted its first round of funding speculations from Accel Partners, which put $12.7 million in the site that was still simply open to Ivy League students.
Before the finish of 2005, in any case, Facebook had opened up to understudies going to different schools, making the site arrive at 5.5 million users.1 Since 2005, Facebook got various procurement offers from any semblance of Yahoo and Microsoft, has experienced fights in court, and has incredibly expanded its client base.
On April 28, 2021, Facebook delivered first-quarter profit for 2021. The organization announced quarterly income of $26.17 billion, up 48% from the year-sooner quarter, outperforming gauges, as well as higher profit per offer and total compensation. Month to month dynamic clients, a key measurement, added up to 2.85 billion, an expansion of 10% year-over-year.
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As of Jan. 30, 2020, the organization has a market cap of $932 billion.4 Zuckerberg claims north of 375 million Facebook offers and holds 60% of casting a ballot rights in the organization.