In 2004, Facebook had 70,000 users—most of them Ivy League elites. Most people had no idea it existed. But before the site hit the nearly billion yokels it boasts today, one kid traveled NYC to sell the idea. This is what it looked like.
Earlier this month, the cut-throat email that Zuckerberg sent to screw friend and Facebook cofounder Eduardo Saverin out of a large chunk of the company came to light. It wasn't pretty reading. Still, in one of his rare media appearances, Saverin appears not to hold a grudge.
Dirtbag IPO tax dodger/tragic startup victim Eduardo Saverin is about to get double teamed by the United States: Senators Chuck Schumer and Bob Casey want to him permanently exiled from the country for renouncing his citizenship to save a buck.
According to that movie from 2010, Justin Timberlake persuaded Mark Zuckerberg to screw his college friend (and Facebook cofounder) Eduardo Saverin out of the company. Here's the cutthroat email fact behind the movie fiction.