The Accidental Billionaires: The Founding of Facebook, a Tale of Sex, Money, Genius, and Betrayal

The Accidental Billionaires

Authors: Ben Mezrich,

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It all started in 2003 when Zuckerberg hacked into Harvard’s computers and nearly got expelled — that was when the idea of Facebook was born, a social media network that revolutionized how we communicate forever. But that wasn’t it… Ben Mezrich gives us the tale of two friends — Saverin and Zuckerberg — and their journey from a dorm room to Silicon Valley; a friendship that was destroyed by their biggest success — Facebook.

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