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Mark Zuckerberg turns 36 today. Here's a look into the life, career, and controversies surrounding the Facebook CEO (FB)

Business Insider Thursday, 14 May 2020
Mark Zuckerberg turns 36 today. Here's a look into the life, career, and controversies surrounding the Facebook CEO (FB)· Mark Zuckerberg celebrates his 36th birthday on May 14, 2020
· As Facebook CEO, Zuckerberg has been the face of the social network through its 15-year-history as it's seen massive growth and has faced many controversies.
· We've created a timeline outlining Zuckerberg's trajectory, from growing up in a New York City suburb...
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