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Mark Zuckerberg’s decision to donate 99% of his Facebook shares to charity could be “the most [Millennial] move of all time.” The Facebook announcement that he and his wife would be giving away $45 billion reflects a generation who is often called “selfish,” but according to research is the most generous generation in history in proportion to their income.

Dec 04 2015

Mark Zuckerberg’s decision to donate 99% of his Facebook shares to charity could be “the most [Millennial] move of all time.” The Facebook announcement that he and his wife would be giving away $45 billion reflects a generation who is often called “selfish,” but according to research is the most generous generation in history in proportion to their income. Zuckerberg also followed another Millennial trend: broadcasting good deeds on social media. (Esquire)