Given the wealth concentrated in Silicon Valley, it's no surprise that tech CEOs and founders put their money toward the seemingly impossible, on land, on sea, and in space.
A scandalous tell-all about Facebook's early days? Alas, Ben Mezrich's tale isn't so titillating. That's either because of the threat of lawsuits, or Mark Zuckerberg isn't exactly tabloid-caliber to begin with.
Mark Zuckerberg is one of six men to have become billionaires thanks to Facebook. This year's Forbes rich list reckons the Zuckermeister is worth more than Steve Jobs.
Penned by "Bringing Down the House" author Ben Mezrich, the lingerie-and-martini-adorned cover promises intrigue and scandal. Whether it's the truth, well, that's less certain.
Thanks Forbes. I was depressed even before this started.
Google guys adding fourth plane--a Boeing 757--to their Moffett Field hangar.
I don't think open source is inimical to making money - quite the opposite. But it may be that it's less of a ego boost for an open-source developer?
For the first time in four years, Microsoft's chairman beats out telecom mogul Carlos Slim. Other tech execs grace the list this year, including Ellison, Page, Bezos, Zuckerberg, and some newcomers.