Who Is Sitting Behind Zuckerberg?
On Tuesday, April 11, 2018, Myriah Jordan and Joel Kaplan sat behind Mark Zuckerberg. Kaplan is Facebook’s vice president of global public policy and Jordan is Facebook’s policy manager on congressional relations.
Joel Kaplan, former deputy White House chief of staff to George W. Bush, seated right behind Zuckerberg. Kaplan now VP of global public policy
— Jon Ward (@jonward11) April 11, 2018
On Wednesday, April 11, 2018, Kaplan was seen behind Zuckerberg yet Jordan wasn’t present.
Mark Zuckerberg Wife Priscilla Chan
The following video shows Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan making their grand entrance. Chan is seen going through the metal detector.
Es uno de los hombres más poderosos del planeta, pero la ley y los controles de seguridad son para todos: al llegar al Capitolio, a Zuckerberg lo hicieron pasar por el scanner. Su mujer, Priscilla Chan, hoy sí lo escoltó: a ella también le pasaron el detector de metales pic.twitter.com/pc0OnTQHM5
— TN – Todo Noticias (@todonoticias) April 11, 2018
Mark Zuckerberg’s Booster Seat
The tweet above explains that Zuckerberg brought a booster seat to the hearing. When you’re as rich as Mark you can do anything you want!
Mark Zuckerberg Net Worth As Of 2018: $64 Billion
Quartz reports that Zuckerberg is currently worth $64 billion. He lost more than $10 billion in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Why Did Facebook Succeed?
Analyzing Facebook’s success never gets old. There have been movies made about it and some of the smartest people in the world have presented their thoughts about the social media network.
Facebook makes it easier for people to communicated with their loved ones and it’s entertaining. The company also used a strategic rollout strategy by initially making the network available to college students only. We all want what we don’t have so Facebook’s initial exclusivity made it more desirable to people who were unable to create accounts.
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