Meet the Facebook Mafia

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Eduardo Saverin

Saverin was the Facebook co-founder Zuckerberg pushed out of the company by diluting his shares. (Hello, fans of The Social Network.) Don’t feel too bad for Saverin, though; he was given about $1 billion worth of shares in a legal settlement (now worth $2 billion).

Is he really a legitimate Facebook Mafioso? He still lists himself as an active co-founder on his LinkedIn profile, but Saverin's level of involvement is suspect. Reports say he was last seen living a playboy lifestyle in Singapore. He'll have to do something with his new wealth, but after renouncing his U.S. citizenship, it seems increasingly unlikely he'll funnel some of it back into Silicon Valley.

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