New Delhi: The founder of the social networking site Facebook Mark Zuckerberg reign in as the youngest self-made billionaire in the world. He is only 29, and he has accomplished what few people could do in a lifetime. Did you know Mark Zuckerberg is half Bulgarian – something which he is proud of. In an interview with "AP", he added, he was proud of his Bulgarian ancestry. In fact, Mark was named after his grandfather Bulgarian - Marco on maternal line.
According to Zuckerberg his grandfather had emigrated from Bulgaria to ship in 1940s of the last century.
Mark Zuckerberg established a name for himself in the social media world and is the poster boy for tech industry success in Silicon Valley. He is the epitome of an ambitious, free-thinking innovator willing to work around the clock to help develop the next big business venture.
One of the fastest-growing companies in history, Facebook has become an essential part of everyday social life, a conduit for developing bongs with our loved ones.
In her new book, "Think Like Zuck: The Five Business Secrets of Facebook's Improbably Brilliant CEO Mark Zuckerberg,” social media trailblazer Ekaterina Walter answers the questions everyone is asking: How did a 19-year-old Harvard student create a company that has revolutionized the Internet, and how did he grow it exponentially in such a brief period? According to Walter, it was a result of five Ps:
Passion, Purpose, people, product, and partnerships.
Certainly Zuckerberg has a lot to celebrate. He's amassed a fortune, inspired one of every seven people on the planet to use his product and changed how the world communicates.
Let's take a look at some interesting facts about him:
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