Mark Zuckerberg is an ambitious guy. He created the Facebook of nowhere, straight from his dorm room at Harvard University. The network has expanded out of universities and grown around the world in record time. With the growth appeared profits. Today Facebook is worth 50 billion dollars, according to a recent assessment. To open up its shares on the stock exchange, the company’s value would double virtually. But this is not enough for its founder.
According to sources the site Business Insider, in job interviews applicants are informed that Facebook intends to be the world’s first company to be valued at one trillion dollars. How they intend to reach that mark is a mystery, but the fonts are allegedly linked to senior executives of the social network, according to the website.
In similar news, the CEO, Chief Editor and generous giver of high monetary amounts in moments of distraction Thiago Mobilon said just now that the our site is valued at 1 bizillion dollars. And by accident, I donated half that amount to charity.
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