Mark Zuckerberg, wife visit Massachusetts high school

Brunilde Fioravanti
Mag 24, 2017

Prompting the speculation is a US-wide trip Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla are now embarking on, spending time in each state he has not visited before to speak with its people and better understand each section of Facebook's two billion members. "People graduating from high school knew they had a job at the mill if they wanted it", Zuckerberg wrote in a separate post about the community.

"It was a surprise, it was meant to be a surprise, and I think we were all very surprised" Masse said.

"That brings us to today", Zuckerberg continued. And that's how our IPO came to be the day before our wedding.

"I said, 'Hi, ' and he smiled back and she smiled back", Borghani said. With IPOs, the process goes on for a while and you just go public when everything is ready.

While Facebook's AI system has generally helped connect people who usually already know each other, Zuckerberg is now hoping to recommend people that users should know. "I was shocked. I closed the door and asked if it was possible to maybe do it a few days sooner". "Yesterday was the five year anniversary of Facebook's IPO".

Zuckerberg and Chan then traveled to Providence on Monday to visit the Del Sesto Middle School.

Zuckerberg, Chan and Jim Shelton, their charity-like organization's president for education, met with the governor and her staff in the afternoon "to discuss how Rhode Island is working to implement a statewide personalized learning initiative", Raimondo spokesman Mike Raia said. In 2012, Zuckerberg and Chan pledged that they would donate 99 percent of their shares in Facebook, valued at over $45 billion, to the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, a foundation the couple started that focuses on promoting and encouraging education in science and engineering.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said his New Year's resolution to visit and meet people from every US state this year doesn't mean he's now running for public office.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is seeking to throw water on speculation of a presidential bid, saying he is not running for public office.

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