Born on May 14, 1984 in New York, Zuckerberg founded Facebook in 2004 with three friends in a room at Harvard University. The platform later became the largest social networking site in the world. In 2007, at the age of 23, Zuckerberg became the world’s youngest billionaire. The company’s IPO was in May 2012. The Facebook stock sale became one of the biggest tech IPOs of its time. Since then, Zuckerberg has been steadily moving up the rich list. Then there were ups and downs. In 2022, the company’s revenue was estimated at $11,700 crore. The number of monthly users of the company is 370 crores.
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Born in May 1984 in New York, Zuckerberg is the second of four children of his parents. Born in a very middle class family, he developed an interest in computer programming at a very young age and studied it. Founded the first messaging app “Sucknet” at the age of 12. This app is designed for intra-office communication.
Having an entrepreneurial spirit at a very young age, Zuckerberg also excelled in studies. After completing his higher education, he was admitted to Harvard University. Also helped other students in programming. Mark Zuckerberg was interested in computer programming since he was in high school. He developed some programs and gave them to his classmates for five dollars.
One of these programs was “Facemash”. This was to help students compare their photos online. The program was originally developed by Zuckerberg. Because of this program to give access to Zuckerberg
Mark Zuckerberg always wanted to create a social media platform for the youth. Zuckerberg was successful in developing it with the support of his friends.