Meet Facebook's "adult supervision"

The same seasoned vets Mark Zuckerberg leaned on for wisdom may now be tangled in the company's messy IPO. Here's a look at who's who.

David Ebersman
David Ebersman

Chief Financial Officer, Facebook
Ebersman's track record is impressive. The 42-year-old made a name for himself at Genentech, starting as a business development analyst in 1994 and working his way up to executive vice president and CFO 12 years later. As CFO of Facebook, Ebersman is credited for having spent over a year spearheading the IPO, and now stands to face the most heat over the stock's disappointing initial performance.



@FortuneMagazine - Last updated May 24 2012: 3:08 PM ET
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