Is Zuckerberg One of the Best CEOs in the World?
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In an interview with Charlie Rose recently, Marc Andreessen said that Mark Zuckerberg is one of the best CEOs in the world. Of course, investors should know that Andreessen sits on Facebook's board. But still, he made a very good case. Zuckerberg has worked really hard at teaching himself to be CEO. He's also built one of the best teams in Silicon Valley. Perhaps most importantly, he's a magnet for talent -- something Steve Jobs was particularly noted for. Investors might be underestimating what Zuckerberg is capable of accomplishing. David and John own shares of the company in their real-money portfolio.
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