Facebook's IPO brings the world's most popular social network into Wall Street's big league. After a wild ride, Facebook's future depends on profiting from an increasingly mobile user base.
Fame and fortune propels one into rarified circles, and Zuckerberg soon found himself socializing with titans of industry and politics. Swapping his characteristic hoodie for a jacket and tie, Zuck was one of several Silicon Valley CEOs invited to dine with U.S. President Barack Obama
in February 2011. Two months later, Obama and Zuckerberg teamed up for a town hall meeting
at Facebook's California headquarters. The event, naturally, was streamed live on Facebook, and Zuck once again looked uncomfortable in a jacket and tie.
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