Over the past few years, I think all of us have followed Facebook’s meteoric rise and gotten to know Mark Zuckerberg as he has grown to an adult and guided his famous company through its infancy.
I have heard a lot of negatives and envious comments made. Even as the company counts down to the last few days before their IPO, traders, gurus, economists, and analysts, have said their share gotten in their two cents worth, but those who say that Mark Zuckerberg is not mature enough, old enough, wise enough to run this huge company, need to ask themselves who gave birth to this company, who has guided it to be the largest IPO in history and who hired the right people, who make the right decisions.
This week for important things are about to happen.
- Mark Zuckerberg will turn 28
- I will celebrate my birthday, which very few people will realize
- Mark Zuckerberg will become one of the richest people in the world
- Facebook will become one of the highest valued internet companies in the world
I say well done Mark, you should be proud.
I have nothing else to really say, all the news and press, analysis and economists have said it all, there are experts writing volumes on Mark Zuckerberg and on Facebook. There are excellent financial evaluations and statistics, studies and research. There is nothing original or new for me to add.