Facebook IPO Turns Janitor Into Instant Billionaire
With Facebook being valued at over $100 billion, everyone in Palo Alto is getting rich.
It was recently reported that graffiti artist David Choe netted over $200 million from the company’s initial public offering — for painting a mural in their Northern California office in 2005.
But Choe’s haul is nothing compared to Facebook custodian Dennis Meyer, who chose to be paid in stock during his four-year stint with the company.
“I’ve earned every penny of that two-and-a-half billion dollars,” Meyer told OMGG.com. “If you had to clean up one of Mark Zuckerberg’s signature dumps, you’d realize I was actually underpaid.”
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