4 People You Never Knew Made Millions From Facebook

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4 People You Never Knew Made Millions From Facebook's IPO

Facebook turned a few into billionaires, but many into multi-millionaires from the recent IPO. Although no number has been confirmed as to how many individuals Facebook turned into millionaires, rumors have spread saying over 1,000. As a result, this has created a lot of buzz in Silicon Valley with other industries such as real estate agents and car salesman gearing up for the new millionaires to begin spending their fortunes. The majority of the new Facebook millionaires are employees that received stock or stock options as incentives, but some other unusual names have also surfaced. Take a look at four people you may never thought would have made millions off Facebook.

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