Imagine being Mark Zuckerberg: ridiculously wealthy, absurdly famous, outlandishly powerful—plus, you’ve only ever had one job since you were 19, and that job is being CEO of Facebook.
It’s grown under your leadership from a dorm room project to one of the biggest companies in the world (at least according to Wall Street). And it’s grown despite people t…
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