When I started in journalism seven years ago, I hated telling people I was a technology journalist—they thought I reviewed products. As modern storytellers and modern readers, we have amnesia about the core of our art form: Telling stories about people. And your epic rant about your wedding ish? That's exactly the elixir we need.
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.
They were doing just fine before, but the biggest of Facebook's minority owners are about to be catapulted into a far more elite bracket. David Choe is about to see his Facebook-mural efforts turn into over $200 million.
They were doing just fine before, but the biggest of Facebook's minority owners are about to be catapulted into a far more elite bracket. As we ponder what they'll do with with new millions (or an estimated $3.4 billion, in Sean Parker's case), here's a look at what got them where they are today.