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Eduardo Saverin Facebook

Four friends from Harvard founded Facebook, but only one—Mark Zuckerberg—became a household name. Zuckerberg and other Facebook investors diminished Eduardo Saverin’s role. Saverin sued, and settled out of court. Hughes went on to work for Obama, and was the feature of a Fast Company cover story titled “The Kid Who Made Obama President,” while Dustin Moscovitz went on to found Asana, a start-up that helps businesses organize communications. For their stake in founding Facebook, the net worth’s of Saverin, Hughes, and Moskovitz are $1.6 billion, $700 million, and $2.7 billion, respectively, according to Forbes.