Friday June 5, 2020

Zuckerberg’s many faces of Facebook coming into view

At this point it's fair to wonder whether Zuckerberg wants to run for public office

22nd January, 2017
Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive officer and founder of Facebook: growing up in public?Bloomberg

When Facebook went public five years ago, the world had a pretty vivid picture of who Mark Zuckerberg was. As much as anything, that image was of Jesse Eisenberg’s fictionalised performance as Zuckerberg in The Social Network: an intense, socially inept kid billionaire who always wore a hoodie, whether he was meeting with financiers or battling a co-founder in court.

Over the past couple of years, Zuckerberg has made a concerted effort to...

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