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Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla welcome their first baby, a girl named 'Max': The new parents announce her arrival on Facebook ...along with plans to give away 99% of their $45billion fortune

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Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan welcome baby girl 'Max' 

  • Mark Zuckerberg, 31, and wife Priscilla Chan, 30, announced birth of their baby girl, Max, at around 4pm EST on Tuesday 
  • Detailing their happy news in a lengthy Facebook post, they also revealed plans to give away the vast majority of their private wealth to charity 
  • Couple will donate 99% of their Facebook shares - currently valued at $45 billion - to the work of a new charity: The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
  • Pledge was backed by a formal SEC filing which revealed Zuckerberg will not give away more than $1 billion each year for the next three years
  • He will also retain his majority shareholder position on all decisions relating to Facebook in 'the foreseeable future'  
  • Couple posted a touching first picture of baby Max alongside the pledge
  • Newborn is wrapped in a white and red Aden And Anais swaddle cloth with cartoon caterpillars, held by her father as her doting mom supports her
  • Zuckerberg will now take two months of paternity leave to support his wife in the early weeks of their daughter's life
  • See the latest news from Facebook after Mark Zuckerbergs's new baby is born at 

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan have welcomed their first child - a baby girl called Max - into the world, and used her arrival to announce plans to give away most of their $45 billion fortune.

The Silicon Valley billionaire and his doctor wife shared the news of the baby's birth in a Facebook post entitled, 'A letter to our daughter'. 

Included in the lengthy post was the couple's pledge to donate the vast majority of their fortune to future generations. They will donate 99% of their Facebook shares - currently valued at $45 billion - to the work of a new charitable foundation, the letter claims. 

That would leave them with $450 million for themselves and their new child - based on Facebook's current valuation, plus any other private wealth held by the couple. 

The letter was accompanied with a picture of the proud new parents tenderly holding their newborn wrapped in a Aden And Anais swaddle cloth covered in cartoon caterpillars. The designer blankets are sold in $50 four-packs.   

 

New addition: Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan welcomed their baby daughter Max into the world with a post on Facebook on Tuesday

New addition: Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan welcomed their baby daughter Max into the world with a post on Facebook on Tuesday

'Dear Max,' the 2234 word post reads. 'Your mother and I don't yet have the words to describe the hope you give us for the future. Your new life is full of promise, and we hope you will be happy and healthy so you can explore it fully. You've already given us a reason to reflect on the world we hope you live in.' 

The post did not reveal when little Max was born or her full name.  

The couple announced Priscilla's pregnancy on Facebook earlier this year - acknowledging their long struggle with fertility issues and revealing they had suffered several miscarriages before conceiving their healthy little girl.

They used the open letter as an opportunity to describe 'the world we hope she grows up in'. 

'Like all parents, we want you to grow up in a world better than ours today,' it says. 'While headlines often focus on what's wrong, in many ways the world is getting better. Health is improving. Poverty is shrinking. Knowledge is growing. People are connecting. Technological progress in every field means your life should be dramatically better than ours today.

'We will do our part to make this happen, not only because we love you, but also because we have a moral responsibility to all children in the next generation.

'We believe all lives have equal value, and that includes the many more people who will live in future generations than live today. Our society has an obligation to invest now to improve the lives of all those coming into this world, not just those already here.' 

Proud: Mark Zuckerberg and his wife have been open about their pregnancy - announcing it in a Facebook post with an emotional explanation of their struggles with infertility. This picture with their dog Beast accompanied the post

Proud: Mark Zuckerberg and his wife have been open about their pregnancy - announcing it in a Facebook post with an emotional explanation of their struggles with infertility. This picture with their dog Beast accompanied the post

Later in the letter, the couple outline how they intend to make such a difference. 

'As you begin the next generation of the Chan Zuckerberg family, we also begin the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to join people across the world to advance human potential and promote equality for all children in the next generation. Our initial areas of focus will be personalized learning, curing disease, connecting people and building strong communities.

'We will give 99% of our Facebook shares -- currently about $45 billion -- during our lives to advance this mission,' the letter says. 'We know this is a small contribution compared to all the resources and talents of those already working on these issues. But we want to do what we can, working alongside many others.

'We'll share more details in the coming months once we settle into our new family rhythm and return from our maternity and paternity leaves. We understand you'll have many questions about why and how we're doing this.' 

Facebook's Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg, wrote in response: 'This is a beautiful letter and an incredible commitment to future generations.'

Notoriously private Zuckerberg, 31, has been more public with the pregnancy and birth of his daughter than many would have previously expected. 

The CEO announced he would be taking two months paternity leave following Max's birth and outlined a new proposal to give Facebook fathers the option of four months leave on full pay. 

He said he made the 'personal decision' to take time off after reading studies that show 'when working parents take time to be with their newborns, outcomes are better for the children and families'. 

Back in August when  they announced they were expecting their first child they  also revealed they had suffered several heartbreaking miscarriages along the way. 

In a candid Facebook post, the couple detailed the heartache and loneliness they had experienced as a result. 

WELCOME MAX ZUCKERBERG: THE PERSONAL NOTES BY HER PARENTS 

The Zuckerbergs both shared personal messages welcoming baby Max into the world as well as releasing their open letter detailing plans to give away their fortune in her lifetime.  

Mark Zuckerberg wrote: 'Priscilla and I are so happy to welcome our daughter Max into this world!

'For her birth, we wrote a letter to her about the world we hope she grows up in.'

'It's a world where our generation can advance human potential and promote equality -- by curing disease, personalizing learning, harnessing clean energy, connecting people, building strong communities, reducing poverty, providing equal rights and spreading understanding across nations.'

Priscilla Chan Zuckerberg wrote: 'I am beyond thrilled to introduce you to our Max. Her being fills us with hope and inspires us to join others in creating a better future.' 

'We want to share one experience to start. We've been trying to have a child for a couple of years and have had three miscarriages along the way.' 

'You feel so hopeful when you learn you're going to have a child. You start imagining who they'll become and dreaming of hopes for their future. You start making plans, and then they're gone. It's a lonely experience,' the couple said. 

'Most people don't discuss miscarriages because you worry your problems will distance you or reflect upon you, as if you're defective or did something to cause this. So you struggle on your own.

'In today's open and connected world, discussing these issues doesn't distance us; it brings us together. It creates understanding and tolerance, and it gives us hope.

'When we started talking to our friends, we realized how frequently this happened -- that many people we knew had similar issues and that nearly all had healthy children after all.

'We hope that sharing our experience will give more people the same hope we felt and will help more people feel comfortable sharing their stories as well.'

In Tuesday's letter Zuckerberg and Chan outline their plans to dedicate much of their new charity's work to health research. The move is unsurprising given Chan's training and work as a doctor in San Francisco and shows the foundation is a labor of love between the pair. The couple will also dedicate their fortune to education, 'promoting equality, connecting people and building strong communities'.

'Today we spend about 50 times more as a society treating people who are sick than we invest in research so you won't get sick in the first place,' the open letter explains. 

'Medicine has only been a real science for less than 100 years, and we've already seen complete cures for some diseases and good progress for others. As technology accelerates, we have a real shot at preventing, curing or managing all or most of the rest in the next 100 years.

'Today, most people die from five things -- heart disease, cancer, stroke, neurodegenerative and infectious diseases -- and we can make faster progress on these and other problems.

'Once we recognize that your generation and your children's generation may not have to suffer from disease, we collectively have a responsibility to tilt our investments a bit more towards the future to make this reality. Your mother and I want to do our part.

Great expectations: The couple have vowed to use their riches to improve life for future generations including their daughter Max

Great expectations: The couple have vowed to use their riches to improve life for future generations including their daughter Max

'Curing disease will take time. Over short periods of five or ten years, it may not seem like we're making much of a difference. But over the long term, seeds planted now will grow, and one day, you or your children will see what we can only imagine: a world without suffering from disease.'

The couple also revealed their dedication to San Francisco, pledging to begin their investment in education there before expanding it to the rest of the U.S.

Introducing the letter both Zuckerberg and Chan, 30, shared personal messages about the arrival of Max on their individual Facebook pages. 

Zuckerberg wrote: 'Priscilla and I are so happy to welcome our daughter Max into this world!

'For her birth, we wrote a letter to her about the world we hope she grows up in.'

'It's a world where our generation can advance human potential and promote equality -- by curing disease, personalizing learning, harnessing clean energy, connecting people, building strong communities, reducing poverty, providing equal rights and spreading understanding across nations.'

Chan wrote: 'I am beyond thrilled to introduce you to our Max. Her being fills us with hope and inspires us to join others in creating a better future.' 

Zuckerberg and Chan met at a party in Harvard in Zuckerberg's sophomore year and began dating in 2003. 

They married in his backyard in 2012 when Chan also celebrated her graduation from medical school. 

Tuesday's announcement was backed by a formal securities filing outlining that Zuckerberg would give away no more than $1 billion in Facebook holdings each year for the next three years. He also underlined his ongoing dedication to Facebook, retaining his majority voting position for 'the foreseeable future'. 

Though by far the biggest charitable pledge by the couple to date, they have been involved in many philanthropic endeavors since Zuckerberg first made his name and fortune. 

They have donated millions on work to improve education through the use of technology and earlier this week Zuckerberg was revealed as a signatory of the Breakthrough Energy Coalition founded by Bill Gates to coincide with the Paris climate change summit of world leaders.

The latest pledge puts the Zuckerbergs up there with America's most generous philanthropists alongside the likes of Bill and Melinda Gates who have given $30 billion to the work of their foundation and plan to continue donating their private wealth 

College sweethearts: Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan married in May 2012. They met in Harvard and began dating back in 2003

College sweethearts: Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan married in May 2012. They met in Harvard and began dating back in 2003

Dear Max,

Your mother and I don't yet have the words to describe the hope you give us for the future. Your new life is full of promise, and we hope you will be happy and healthy so you can explore it fully. You've already given us a reason to reflect on the world we hope you live in.

Like all parents, we want you to grow up in a world better than ours today.

While headlines often focus on what's wrong, in many ways the world is getting better. Health is improving. Poverty is shrinking. Knowledge is growing. People are connecting. Technological progress in every field means your life should be dramatically better than ours today.

We will do our part to make this happen, not only because we love you, but also because we have a moral responsibility to all children in the next generation.

We believe all lives have equal value, and that includes the many more people who will live in future generations than live today. Our society has an obligation to invest now to improve the lives of all those coming into this world, not just those already here.

But right now, we don't always collectively direct our resources at the biggest opportunities and problems your generation will face.

Consider disease. Today we spend about 50 times more as a society treating people who are sick than we invest in research so you won't get sick in the first place.

Medicine has only been a real science for less than 100 years, and we've already seen complete cures for some diseases and good progress for others. As technology accelerates, we have a real shot at preventing, curing or managing all or most of the rest in the next 100 years.

Today, most people die from five things -- heart disease, cancer, stroke, neurodegenerative and infectious diseases -- and we can make faster progress on these and other problems.

Once we recognize that your generation and your children's generation may not have to suffer from disease, we collectively have a responsibility to tilt our investments a bit more towards the future to make this reality. Your mother and I want to do our part.

Curing disease will take time. Over short periods of five or ten years, it may not seem like we're making much of a difference. But over the long term, seeds planted now will grow, and one day, you or your children will see what we can only imagine: a world without suffering from disease.

There are so many opportunities just like this. If society focuses more of its energy on these great challenges, we will leave your generation a much better world.

• • •

Our hopes for your generation focus on two ideas: advancing human potential and promoting equality.

Advancing human potential is about pushing the boundaries on how great a human life can be.

Can you learn and experience 100 times more than we do today?

Can our generation cure disease so you live much longer and healthier lives?

Can we connect the world so you have access to every idea, person and opportunity?

Can we harness more clean energy so you can invent things we can't conceive of today while protecting the environment?

Can we cultivate entrepreneurship so you can build any business and solve any challenge to grow peace and prosperity?

Promoting equality is about making sure everyone has access to these opportunities -- regardless of the nation, families or circumstances they are born into.

Our society must do this not only for justice or charity, but for the greatness of human progress.

Today we are robbed of the potential so many have to offer. The only way to achieve our full potential is to channel the talents, ideas and contributions of every person in the world.

Can our generation eliminate poverty and hunger?

Can we provide everyone with basic healthcare?

Can we build inclusive and welcoming communities?

Can we nurture peaceful and understanding relationships between people of all nations?

Can we truly empower everyone -- women, children, underrepresented minorities, immigrants and the unconnected?

If our generation makes the right investments, the answer to each of these questions can be yes -- and hopefully within your lifetime.

• • •

This mission -- advancing human potential and promoting equality -- will require a new approach for all working towards these goals.

We must make long term investments over 25, 50 or even 100 years. The greatest challenges require very long time horizons and cannot be solved by short term thinking.

We must engage directly with the people we serve. We can't empower people if we don't understand the needs and desires of their communities.

We must build technology to make change. Many institutions invest money in these challenges, but most progress comes from productivity gains through innovation.

We must participate in policy and advocacy to shape debates. Many institutions are unwilling to do this, but progress must be supported by movements to be sustainable.

We must back the strongest and most independent leaders in each field. Partnering with experts is more effective for the mission than trying to lead efforts ourselves.

We must take risks today to learn lessons for tomorrow. We're early in our learning and many things we try won't work, but we'll listen and learn and keep improving.

• • •

Our experience with personalized learning, internet access, and community education and health has shaped our philosophy.

Our generation grew up in classrooms where we all learned the same things at the same pace regardless of our interests or needs.

Your generation will set goals for what you want to become -- like an engineer, health worker, writer or community leader. You'll have technology that understands how you learn best and where you need to focus. You'll advance quickly in subjects that interest you most, and get as much help as you need in your most challenging areas. You'll explore topics that aren't even offered in schools today. Your teachers will also have better tools and data to help you achieve your goals.

Even better, students around the world will be able to use personalized learning tools over the internet, even if they don't live near good schools. Of course it will take more than technology to give everyone a fair start in life, but personalized learning can be one scalable way to give all children a better education and more equal opportunity.

We're starting to build this technology now, and the results are already promising. Not only do students perform better on tests, but they gain the skills and confidence to learn anything they want. And this journey is just beginning. The technology and teaching will rapidly improve every year you're in school.

Your mother and I have both taught students and we've seen what it takes to make this work. It will take working with the strongest leaders in education to help schools around the world adopt personalized learning. It will take engaging with communities, which is why we're starting in our San Francisco Bay Area community. It will take building new technology and trying new ideas. And it will take making mistakes and learning many lessons before achieving these goals.

But once we understand the world we can create for your generation, we have a responsibility as a society to focus our investments on the future to make this reality.

Together, we can do this. And when we do, personalized learning will not only help students in good schools, it will help provide more equal opportunity to anyone with an internet connection.

• • •

Many of the greatest opportunities for your generation will come from giving everyone access to the internet.

People often think of the internet as just for entertainment or communication. But for the majority of people in the world, the internet can be a lifeline.

It provides education if you don't live near a good school. It provides health information on how to avoid diseases or raise healthy children if you don't live near a doctor. It provides financial services if you don't live near a bank. It provides access to jobs and opportunities if you don't live in a good economy.

The internet is so important that for every 10 people who gain internet access, about one person is lifted out of poverty and about one new job is created.

Yet still more than half of the world's population -- more than 4 billion people -- don't have access to the internet.

If our generation connects them, we can lift hundreds of millions of people out of poverty. We can also help hundreds of millions of children get an education and save millions of lives by helping people avoid disease.

This is another long term effort that can be advanced by technology and partnership. It will take inventing new technology to make the internet more affordable and bring access to unconnected areas. It will take partnering with governments, non-profits and companies. It will take engaging with communities to understand what they need. Good people will have different views on the best path forward, and we will try many efforts before we succeed.

But together we can succeed and create a more equal world.

• • •

Technology can't solve problems by itself. Building a better world starts with building strong and healthy communities.

Children have the best opportunities when they can learn. And they learn best when they're healthy.

Health starts early -- with loving family, good nutrition and a safe, stable environment.

Children who face traumatic experiences early in life often develop less healthy minds and bodies. Studies show physical changes in brain development leading to lower cognitive ability.

Your mother is a doctor and educator, and she has seen this firsthand.

If you have an unhealthy childhood, it's difficult to reach your full potential.

If you have to wonder whether you'll have food or rent, or worry about abuse or crime, then it's difficult to reach your full potential.

If you fear you'll go to prison rather than college because of the color of your skin, or that your family will be deported because of your legal status, or that you may be a victim of violence because of your religion, sexual orientation or gender identity, then it's difficult to reach your full potential.

We need institutions that understand these issues are all connected. That's the philosophy of the new type of school your mother is building.

By partnering with schools, health centers, parent groups and local governments, and by ensuring all children are well fed and cared for starting young, we can start to treat these inequities as connected. Only then can we collectively start to give everyone an equal opportunity.

It will take many years to fully develop this model. But it's another example of how advancing human potential and promoting equality are tightly linked. If we want either, we must first build inclusive and healthy communities.

• • •

For your generation to live in a better world, there is so much more our generation can do.

Today your mother and I are committing to spend our lives doing our small part to help solve these challenges. I will continue to serve as Facebook's CEO for many, many years to come, but these issues are too important to wait until you or we are older to begin this work. By starting at a young age, we hope to see compounding benefits throughout our lives.

As you begin the next generation of the Chan Zuckerberg family, we also begin the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to join people across the world to advance human potential and promote equality for all children in the next generation. Our initial areas of focus will be personalized learning, curing disease, connecting people and building strong communities.

We will give 99% of our Facebook shares -- currently about $45 billion -- during our lives to advance this mission. We know this is a small contribution compared to all the resources and talents of those already working on these issues. But we want to do what we can, working alongside many others.

We'll share more details in the coming months once we settle into our new family rhythm and return from our maternity and paternity leaves. We understand you'll have many questions about why and how we're doing this.

As we become parents and enter this next chapter of our lives, we want to share our deep appreciation for everyone who makes this possible.

We can do this work only because we have a strong global community behind us. Building Facebook has created resources to improve the world for the next generation. Every member of the Facebook community is playing a part in this work.

We can make progress towards these opportunities only by standing on the shoulders of experts -- our mentors, partners and many incredible people whose contributions built these fields.

And we can only focus on serving this community and this mission because we are surrounded by loving family, supportive friends and amazing colleagues. We hope you will have such deep and inspiring relationships in your life too.

Max, we love you and feel a great responsibility to leave the world a better place for you and all children. We wish you a life filled with the same love, hope and joy you give us. We can't wait to see what you bring to this world.

Love,

Mom and Dad 


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Sunday night pictures went viral of Nas partaking in a meal with technology heavy weightsMark Zuckerberg and Ben Horowitz.
Nas, Ben, and Mark:


The dinner table talk between the three has yet to surface, however, one can assume if your eating with billionaires that money is sure to come up.

All outsiders can do at this point is speculate that Nas may be preparing to have some involvement in Facebook, the social media site that Mark owns and that Ben made a nice investment in through his big league firm Andreessen Horowitz.

Not to mention, this is not Ben's first encounter with Nas. The investor posted a picture with the rapper at Rap Genius function last July. According to YBF, the hip-hop lyric decoder site is a focus to Ben's firm. To top it off he is known to have a cool repertoire with Jay-Zand Steve Stoute.


With such honchos in the building this private dinner was entitled "Meeting of the Dons."

Nas with Mark and his wife Priscilla:


Hmmm...So what is in the works for Nas. Is he going to take a gamble and step into the world of social media for the big pay out?

Sunday night pictures went viral of Nas partaking in a meal with technology heavy weightsMark Zuckerberg and Ben Horowitz.

Sunday night pictures went viral of Nas partaking in a meal with technology heavy weightsMark Zuckerberg and Ben Horowitz.

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Comment by TheresaFleming on December 4, 2015 at 6:59pm
God bless you and Family on ur Bundle of joy
Comment by Sharon Gil on December 2, 2015 at 8:10pm

How special an event in life for you!  Major congratulations to you and the family M.Z....and I might add...your lives shall NEVER be the same...and that's a good thing!

Comment by Big Woman on December 2, 2015 at 4:08pm
Congratulations on the birth of their child.
Their letter to her stating their intentions as parents and inhabitants of the world is admirable. Using their considerable wealth to fund future education, technology, conservation etc is wonderful. Wishing them the best.
Comment by Rachel Rothechild on February 9, 2013 at 5:22pm

They All Had Sex That Night.

Comment by HandsomeMan on January 30, 2013 at 9:32pm

Lynz why you so hood

Comment by lynz on January 30, 2013 at 9:19pm
Intelligent fools stick together. I get it! Your so predictable!! Lmao!!! I expected u to join in, what took u so long? Anyway, who cares!
Comment by HandsomeMan on January 30, 2013 at 9:12pm

Lynz you not putting anybody in check, other than you come off sounding ignorant and hood. Anybody who know about people with money and talking business, know they break bread together to form a business relationship.  For some of you everything is a negative.

 

 

Comment by HandsomeMan on January 30, 2013 at 8:29pm
Cosign TIG.
Who's better for Nas to hang with. He could be working on a rap website and want ideas from mark. He will not get it from people who don't know.
If you want to be doc you don't go to a trader like myself to learn.
Black people always kill their own and wonder why we have all these problems.
Comment by lynz on January 30, 2013 at 8:28pm
Yes please do keep scrolling cuz if u come at me wrong I will correct u...like I just did! I do understand intelligent ppk like yuhself can't handle being checked! & yes I I can agree their are ppl who are wicked on the pulpit, churches..and so on..Satan is everywhere! Duhhh!
Comment by lynz on January 30, 2013 at 7:24pm
First of all..Did u ask who, what, when & why when u assumed by the look in his eyes hes capable of killing. That's not what he was arrested & charged with. Some ppl can sex anything, but can't physically hurt a fly. U ASSUMED! Secondly, I did not say Naz was a bad person! Lets be clear! I said if he choose to sell his soul, that's his choice...last point I will make is.
WISDOM DOES NOT claim to be a "real Rasta" yet condone same sex. U would be the first fi get bun out by the Real Rasta for your contradiction..
WISDOM DOES NOT EVER QUESTION GODS HOLY SCRIPTURE THE BIBLE. EVER! WISDOM seek knowledge & understanding. I would reccomend u take Bible study from Dr. Charles Stanley..But your too intelligent to receive advice! & please..stop with the "how many Bibles are there anyway" foolishness. Have u read each of them to not know they all saying the same thing..or are u assuming AGAIN that they dont? Dont answer that! Their in only 1 God! & only through accepting Jesus Christ as your Lord & Savior can u reach Him. "No one comes to the Father but through me"

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