Mark Zuckerberg launched an online empire from his dorm room at Harvard. Now four fellow students say he stole their idea
CLAIRE HOFFMAN Posted Jun 26, 2008 2:25 PM
Tomorrow night, there will be a party to celebrate Facebook's four-year anniversary. But in a nearby building — one of four sleek offices that the social-networking Website runs not far from the campus of Stanford University — the company's founder is oblivious to the preparations. Mark Zuckerberg, the head of the Facebook empire, sits inside the safety of a small, glass-walled office, hunched over a Styrofoam box of take-out.
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