The early days of a social-network phenomenon – Mark Zuckerberg: Inside Facebook
A revealing insight into the pivotal early days of the social-network phenomenon, Facebook.
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In 2012, British reporter Emily Maitlis was granted exclusive access to Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and his senior executives. At the time, the company had 900 million users and was heading for a 100-billion-dollar floatation.
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