As the tech world creates more and more young millionaires, the question is: How will they give back. The Facebook founder’s recent donations give some hints, and it’s clear that others are following his model.
The downtime and switchover costs from multiple distractions may not be our only problem or our biggest yet. But it is, without a doubt, a widespread malaise and one that is threatening to compound every other problem.
When Mark Zuckerberg first started Facebook, he knew he didn't have the experience necessary to run a major company, Ekaterina Walter says in her forthcoming book "Think Like Zuck." Here's how he triumphed anyway.