Facebook went public back in 2012, which probably didn’t mean a whole lot for your social-network experience, but was a pretty big deal for a select few investors and employees. Like an approximately millions and billions of dollars kind of big deal. Since then, Facebook’s gone on to make a few other lucky folks very, very rich, largely thanks to well-timed acquisitions.
But what are they doing with all that dough? Last night, news broke that Palmer Luckey (the founder of Facebook-owned VR company Oculus) had been spending his hard-earned cash on funding an anti-Hillary political group based on memes. What about his peers?