Six Facebook Investors, Co-Founders Make Forbes' List of Billionaires
CEO Mark Zuckerberg came in at number 52 on the list, with an estimated worth of $13.5 billion, followed by five other Facebook founders and investors. At 26, co-founder Dustin Moskovitz is the youngest billionaire on this year's list, while Facebook investors Sean Parker and Yuri Milner cracked Forbes' rankings for the first time. Investor Peter Thiel also made the cut, though his ranking dropped to 833, despite the fact that his valued actually increased to $1.5 billion. (Don't you just hate when that happens?)
Rounding out the social networking sextet is Eduardo Saverin -- Zuck's ex-bestie who was tear-jerkingly ostracized from the company in David Fincher's 'The Social Network.' It may not be the Hollywood ending that the Academy's myopic voters were looking for last month. But it certainly doesn't sound like a depressing one, either.