Facebook co-founder leaves for new start up

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Dustin Moskovitz co-founder of Facebook has left the social network to begin his own company with Facebook engineer Justin Rosenstein. The social networking giant was founded in 2004 by Moskovitz, Mark Zuckerberg and Chris Hughes, when the three were still studying at Harvard. Hughes left day-to-day operations at Facebook to work on Barack Obama's online campaign, leaving Zuckerberg as the only remaining founder. Facebook, Obama's great online efforts, can't wait to see what these guys come out with next...

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