Mark Zuckerberg stunned the world yesterday. Not with the announcement of a baby girl. Everybody knew that was coming. It was an accompanying letter outlining his and his wife Priscilla's plan to donate 99 percent of Facebook stock (valued now at $45 billion) to a foundation.
Yes, losing my pregnancy was the worst thing that has ever happened to me. But it was also a universal experience, and one that now connected me to a cloud of mothers like Priscilla who gave me hope for myself and the future of my family.
"America was founded as a nation of immigrants," Zuckerberg wrote in a Facebook post. "We ought to welcome smart and hardworking
Of course, most of our parents were immigrants, and probably saw Rich as just an older kid. In some ways he was. He was like our Peter Pan, and we were the Lost Boys, although not all that lost.
Memo to Zucks, however: please do something about those dad jeans. And the white sneakers. In the few photos we've seen of
As the couple braved New York's sweltering heat, Chan tried out a few trends: tailored shorts (check), skinny belt (check
For many, it came as no surprise that the ring he gave his girlfriend of nine years (they met while undergrads at Harvard) was a simple solitaire ring with what looks to be an approximately 1-carat round red ruby.
Looks like Facebook's chaotic IPO didn't spoil Zuckerberg's honeymoon after all. The seemingly normal honeymoon matches the
Medical student Priscilla Chan inspired her famously private boyfriend, Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg, to lead a public health revolution.
"Hey Priscilla, do you want a job at the Facebook?" Zuckerberg asked a passing friend. "I’d love a job at Facebook," Priscilla