A $104 billion IPO heals all wounds.
Facebook cofounder Eduardo Saverin, whose breakup with the company was so violent that they made a movie about it, last night posted a congratulatory message to his once sworn enemy, Mark Zuckerberg:
On the eve of the Facebook public float, 8 plus year in the making, I as co-founder wanted to look back and cherish Facebook’s early beginning. Congrats to everyone involved in the project from day one till today, and I especially wanted to congratulate Mark Zukerberg on keeping tremendous stead-fast focus, however hard that was, on making the world a more open and connected place.
Saverin was booted from the company in 2005.
Here’s the full story:
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Here’s the actual email Zuckerberg wrote to his lawyers to fire Saverin.
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