21st May 2012
Of course, there are the obvious winners. But Mark Zuckerberg isn't the only one who stands to gain big on the Facebook flotation, reports the Guardian. There are the other early adopters with a piece of the pie – including co-founders, mentor Sean Parker, and boss Sheryl K Sandberg. Then there are the investors such as Reid Hoffman – a serial fortune maker worth over $2.35bn, according to Wealth-X. "He counts PayPal and professional networking website LinkedIn among his greatest hits and is a partner at Greylock Partners, one of Silicon Valley's top venture capital firms. An early investor in Facebook, he is believed to retain a 0.2%."