16 May 2012 07:39 AM | By By Tom Phillips
Facebook IPO: Who's Going To Make Money

Dustin Moskovitz



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Dustin Moskovitz - Zuckerberg's former college roommate and one of the social network's four co-founders - owns a 7.6% stake in the firm, according to the documents. That means that he'll be worth over $7billion. Aged eight days younger than Zuckerberg, he pips his friend to the title of world's youngest billionaire.

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