3
Jul

Google+ Costs approx. $600 Million

Google+ Costs approx. $600 Million

Google spent approximately $600 million for the development and launch of Google+ social network, this  can be equivalent to the price of News Corp.’s MySpace. There are about 500 Google+ employees and the average annual salary of these employees is $ 250,000. Google+ took advantage of the technology and talent from Google’s 3 acquisitions; 1. […]

28
May

Microsoft Facts

Microsoft Facts

Microsoft is one of the Top 5 Companies in the world in terms of Revenue and market share, Their Top products Windows in one of the most you Operating Systems in the World, We posted Microsoft’s Investment and Acquisitions a while ago, Here we are with some less know Facts about Microsoft.   Microsoft was […]

15
Feb

Mark Zuckerburg is now Richer than Steve Jobs

Mark Zuckerburg is now Richer than Steve Jobs

According to the latest  Forbes 400 rankings (United States), Facebook CEO  Mark Zuckerberg (Age 26) is now richer than  Apple CEO  Steve Jobs (Age 55). Mark Zuckerberg is now worth $6.9 Billion topping Steve Job 2010 networth of 6.1 Billion. Mark added $4.9 Billion to his networth with the recent private equity investment in  Facebook […]

17
Jan

Actual Owners of Facebook – Pie Chart

Actual Owners of Facebook – Pie Chart

Here is a comprehensive information of who actually owns what from the GIGANTIC Blue pie, Facebook. Stakeholders shown in this pie chart: Facebook staff: 30% Co-founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg: 24% Co-founder Dustin Moskovitz: 6% Co-founder Eduardo Saverin: 5% Napster’s Sean Parker, Founding President of Facebook: 4% Digital Sky Technologies, a Russian investment firm: ~10% […]

13
Jan

Facebooks Valuation and Investments as on January 2011

Facebooks Valuation and Investments as on January 2011

Facebook was started as thefacebook.com  in Feb 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg and changed to Facebook  in year 2005. In year Sep 2004, Facebook received $500,000 from Peter Thiel as an investment and in 2004 the company was valued at $5 Million. In Jan 2011,  Facebook received $500 Million from Goldman Sachs and DST […]