He and his wife announced it yesterday.
Good morning. Here's what you need to know for Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015:
Here’s something depressing: While we’re paying off student loans, Facebook’s barely 30 CEO will be giving billions to charity.
Facebook Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced yesterday he and his wife Dr. Priscilla Chan will donate nearly all of their shares of Facebook, Inc. — currently valued at about $45 billion — to a foundation they established following the birth of their son, Max.
The decision might help his public image, which he felt was harmed by Aaron Sorkin’s The Social Network. The movie depicted him as somewhat shady and, at times, ruthless.
Then again, maybe he’s just a genuinely nice person. The foundation he set up is focused on “advancing human potential and promoting equality.”
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Rejoice: No rain. High of 51 degrees. A little windy. (Courtesy of Scalia Lab)
We found out why there are so many vultures at The Ridges. (The Post)
OU has collected more than $5,000 in dorm room fines this semester. (The Post)
Scores and Game Times
Men’s basketball beat Marshall last night.
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