Monday, April 30, 2012

Facebook billionaire shuns luxury for startup life | Business & Technology | The Seattle Times

Making the world a better place, one project at a time
"Moskovitz and his friend Justin Rosenstein, a former Facebooker himself worth $150 million, head a company called Asana, which just launched the first paid version of its online project management service. During a recent interview at their inconspicuous Mission District offices, the pair said they come to work every day because, their fortunes already made, they still have to do something with their lives.
"When we think of work, we think of work as an act of service, as an act of love for humanity," said Rosenstein, 28.
Added Moskovitz: "If we were just retired, we wouldn't be serving anyone.""
Facebook billionaire shuns luxury for startup life | Business & Technology | The Seattle Times
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