Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg admitted to being amazed at Augustus Caesar

Mark Zuckerberg
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was amazed at the Roman Emperor, Augustus Caesar. This influenced his style in the lead-up. 

"There are many good and evil are complex, " said Zuckerberg in an interview with The New Yorker.

"I think, Augustus is one of the most interesting figures. Basically, he's managed to achieve world peace over the past 200 years using methods that are very brutal. "

Just like Zuckerberg, Augustus gained power over the Empire when he was young. To achieve world peace, Augustus had to make a choice  "which is not easy and he has to do certain things, " says Zuckerberg. Ultimately, Zuckerberg felt that Augustus succeeded in creating peace in a time of significant, something felt  "cannot be achieved. " Augustus had to kill his political opponents, and he may have set up the execution of his own, According to a report on CNBC.

Zuckerberg has indicated an interest in the Roman Empire since high school. Its interest is not extinguished when he grows up. She even named her second child August and spent their honeymoon months in Rome in 2012.

 "My wife often taunts me, saying that he's a sense we spent the honeymoon three: me, him and Augustus, " said.  "All photos when it shows the statue of Augustus."

How to think of Augustus is similar to the style of the Zuckerberg of Facebook in the lead. He's willing to do anything to develop his company. At the end of a meeting with employees, the occasional he joked and shouted,  "Domination! "

When a Facebook user growth stalled at 20 million users in 2007, Zuckerberg makes "Growth Team " that focus to get new users. One solution is to add a new user when it is adding a foreign language so that Facebook can reach out to new territory. In addition, Facebook is also asking the Federal Election Commission to let Facebook did not report funding of political advertising since 2011.

They then give access to other developers on their platforms before making regulations to ensure that user data is not misused, according to a former Operations Manager Sandy Parakilas.
Much of the growth strategy that gave rise to the problem of implementing Facebook now Facebook must face, one of them a scandal about how Facebook letting foreign Government influenced the results of the US presidential elections in 2016.


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