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Facebook Co-Founder Confirms June Marriage

Eduardo Saverin wed Elaine Andriejanssen, the 'love of my life'

(Newser) - If you had hoped to nab another Facebook co-founder after Mark Zuckerberg took the plunge , you just lost your final chance. Eduardo Saverin has confirmed (on Facebook, naturally) that he married Elaine Andriejanssen on June 27. "I am incredibly happy and thankful to have married the love of my...

Saverin: Feud With Zuckerberg Is 'Hollywood Fantasy'

He avoids Facebook for privacy reasons

(Newser) - Remember the scene in The Social Network where Eduardo Saverin flips out at Mark Zuckerbeg, who has sneakily shrunk his share of the company? Well Saverin says it was all "Hollywood fantasy." The Facebook co-founder gave a rare interview with the Brazilian magazine Veja , in which he insists...

Saverin: Calm Down, Folks, I Don't Hate US

Facebook co-founder says citizenship move isn't about money

(Newser) - Eduardo Saverin, the Facebook co-founder who stands to become a billionaire a few times over tomorrow , is trying to tamp down some of the vitriol headed his way over his decision to give up his US citizenship. Yes, he's saving money on taxes by doing so, but he tells...

Lawmakers to Saverin: Don't Come Back
Lawmakers to Saverin: Don't Come Back

Lawmakers to Saverin: Don't Come Back

'Ex-PATRIOT' Act to punish those who try to dodge taxes

(Newser) - Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin's decision to renounce his US citizenship—and, conveniently, a lot of the taxes from his expected IPO windfall—has struck a nerve on Capitol Hill. Chuck Schumer and Bob Casey will today announce a new bill called the "Ex-PATRIOT Act" (a typically dopey acronym...

Ditching US Will Save Saverin Around $67M

Pundits call the Facebook co-founder 'ungrateful'

(Newser) - Eduardo Saverin's decision to abandon the United States like an old MySpace account will save the Facebook co-founder at least $67 million in federal income tax, according to a Bloomberg analysis—and those savings will only grow in the not-unlikely event that Facebook stock soars. That's because Saverin...

Facebook Co-Founder Gives Up US Citizenship

Eduardo Saverin aims to save on taxes

(Newser) - One of the billionaire co-founders of Facebook has renounced his US citizenship in a bid to slash his tax bill ahead of the gigantic IPO. Eduardo Saverin, 30, owns about 4% of the social network—a chunk that could be worth as much as $3.84 billion, reports Bloomberg . “...

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