By Mike Denison
COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Tech innovator Brendan Iribe has a penchant for ambitious goals. His first company aimed to make software better than what Microsoft and Apple had to offer – with just three employees.
Five penniless years passed before Iribe tasted success. But now, he’s the CEO of a tech company worth $2 billion.
Fresh off of his company’s March 25 acquisition by Facebook, Iribe addressed criticisms about the acquisition and teased the future of his company’s unique virtual reality headset during a speech at the University of Maryland last week.
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