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As just reported in all the news outlets, graffiti artist David Choe stands to make a fortune off of work he did for Facebook's offices back in 2005. According to the New York Times, Choe was approached by then-Facebook president Sean Parker to spray-paint his work on the walls of Facebook HQ. Although he thought the website was "ridiculous and pointless," Choe accepted shares in the company instead of cash, which could be worth around $200 million once the social network begins trading as a public company. I think we have a new aert business model here...


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