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标 题: FB 太疯狂了,每年refresh都有3000shares,相当于40万。


http://www.businessinsider.com/facebook-product-manager-stock-options-salary-compensation-2016-10

Antonio Garcia Martinez joined Facebook as a product manager right before
its IPO in 2011. He was hired to work on Facebook's ad products, and he
eventually created the doomed FBX ad exchange.

Garcia Martinez left the company in 2013 and then wrote the book "Chaos
Monkeys," a description of what it's like to work alongside Mark Zuckerberg
at Facebook in Menlo Park, California. "Chaos Monkeys" is probably the best,
most detailed description of what it's like working at the giant social
media network from the point of view of ordinary employees.

The book reveals that many of them are very well compensated. This isn't
surprising, as the competition for tech workers in Northern California is
intense. But Garcia Martinez went a step further than that. He detailed
exactly what he was paid, in salary, stock, OPTions and bonuses. While
salaries at Facebook aren't a secret, it is unusual to see a Facebook
employee describe their compensation in such detail.

It turns out that even when you're offered a package worth nearly $1 million
, you still don't feel rich, Garcia Martinez writes:

Facebook’s original offer was 75,000 shares, vesting over four years, in
addition to a $ 175,000 salary. I had managed to wangle the equivalent of 5,
000 shares up front in cash to pay for credit cards, a new car (with the
license plate ADGROK, of course), and the sailboat I was then living on—
about $ 200,000 in cash all together. That left 70,000 shares. Assuming
nominal performance, from both me and the company (our bonuses were a
product of individual performance reviews and a company-wide multiplier more
or less arbitrarily chosen by Zuck), I’d get a cash bonus in the 7 to 15
percent range.

Garcia Martinez said his comp worked out like this, on the day of the IPO:

$38 per share
× (70,000 shares ÷ 4 years + 3,000 shares annual bonus)
+ ($ 175,000 base salary + $ 17,500 rough annual bonus)
= $971,500 per year [about £800,000].
But then ... taxes! And Silicon Valley property prices!

After the IRS took its chunk Garcia Martinez was left with about $550,000.
Apartments in the San Francisco area start at $1 million and go up to $3
million for a nice but modest house. So even when you're a near-millionaire
in SF on paper, your actual circumstances can still feel decidedly middle
class, Garcia Martinez says.

And, if he had held onto any of that stock, Garcia Martinez would be even
better off now. While FB did dip into the teens after the IPO, it is now
trading at $131.

Many Facebook employees joined the company far earlier than he did, and
emerged from the IPO multi-millionaires. That showed up later, Garcia
Martinez says, in the form of "a certain debauched air" inside the company
as people splurged on luxury cars:

I didn’t quite realize all this, sitting there on the first day the company
was public, looking at a stock price, but I would soon enough. I’d see not
just my fortunes change (even if not in a fully “fuck you” sort of way)
very quickly ; those of everyone around would change as well. From the
slightly ridiculous nights out (I recall a double steak dinner and four-
figure restaurant bills in there somewhere), to the rather rapid
accumulation of Porsches, Corvettes, and even the odd Ferrari in the parking
lot, things did assume a certain debauched air at Facebook, despite all the
corporate clamor for austere discipline. That was all in the future. Right
then, it just seemed I was finally going to live at something above a
subsistence level, and have more than peanuts in the bank.

Garcia Martinez now lives on a boat in Washington State.

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标  题: Re: FB 太疯狂了,每年refresh都有3000shares,相当于40万。


大包裹被fire也拿不全啊

http://gizmodo.com/the-juiciest-parts-of-the-new-facebook-tell-all-book-1782906208
【 在 sapphirewing (Audrey的树) 的大作中提到: 】
: 恩
: 那咋搞到75000的share的?这个包裹好像很大啊



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不管是两万股还是二十万股  人家在合适的时机挣到钱
我们还是刷刷题看看下一个fb在那里
【 在 bikelost (bikelost) 的大作中提到: 】
: 大包裹被fire也拿不全啊
: http://gizmodo.com/the-juiciest-parts-of-the-new-facebook-tell-all-book-1782906208



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那咋搞到75000的share的?这个包裹好像很大啊

【 在 raul07 (utopian) 的大作中提到: 】
: PM is not manager



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不知道USA上市的时候员工是不是一样的心情
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就是这位大牛:https://www.linkedin.com/in/antongm
太厉害了!

【 在 cookiesweet (apple) 的大作中提到: 】
Garcia Martinez said his comp worked out like this, on the day of the IPO:

$38 per share
× (70,000 shares ÷ 4 years + 3,000 shares annual bonus)
+ ($ 175,000 base salary + $ 17,500 rough annual bonus)
= $971,500 per year [about £800,000].
But then ... taxes! And Silicon Valley property prices!


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PM is not manager
【 在 sapphirewing (Audrey的树) 的大作中提到: 】
: 这个是manager
: 而且initial offer达到75000 shares
: 这个是什么级别啊
: 一般码工进去能拿到> 20000 share就不错了吧(按照11-12年28刀的价值看)
: Zuckerberg
: best,



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这个是manager
而且initial offer达到75000 shares
这个是什么级别啊
一般码工进去能拿到> 20000 share就不错了吧(按照11-12年28刀的价值看)

【 在 cookiesweet (apple) 的大作中提到: 】
: http://www.businessinsider.com/facebook-product-manager-stock-options-salary-compensation-2016-10
: Antonio Garcia Martinez joined Facebook as a product manager right before
: its IPO in 2011. He was hired to work on Facebook's ad products, and he
: eventually created the doomed FBX ad exchange.
: Garcia Martinez left the company in 2013 and then wrote the book "Chaos
: Monkeys," a description of what it's like to work alongside Mark
Zuckerberg
: at Facebook in Menlo Park, California. "Chaos Monkeys" is probably the
best,
:  most detailed description of what it's like working at the giant social
: media network from the point of view of ordinary employees.
: The book reveals that many of them are very well compensated. This isn't
: ...................



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知道了也千万别在版上说,不然一堆板砖拍过,食堂怎么样,每天干几个小时,估值兑
现的时候什么样等等等等
【 在 bikelost (bikelost) 的大作中提到: 】
: 不管是两万股还是二十万股  人家在合适的时机挣到钱
: 我们还是刷刷题看看下一个fb在那里



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http://www.businessinsider.com/facebook-product-manager-stock-options-salary-compensation-2016-10

Antonio Garcia Martinez joined Facebook as a product manager right before
its IPO in 2011. He was hired to work on Facebook's ad products, and he
eventually created the doomed FBX ad exchange.

Garcia Martinez left the company in 2013 and then wrote the book "Chaos
Monkeys," a description of what it's like to work alongside Mark Zuckerberg
at Facebook in Menlo Park, California. "Chaos Monkeys" is probably the best,
most detailed description of what it's like working at the giant social
media network from the point of view of ordinary employees.

The book reveals that many of them are very well compensated. This isn't
surprising, as the competition for tech workers in Northern California is
intense. But Garcia Martinez went a step further than that. He detailed
exactly what he was paid, in salary, stock, options and bonuses. While
salaries at Facebook aren't a secret, it is unusual to see a Facebook
employee describe their compensation in such detail.

It turns out that even when you're offered a package worth nearly $1 million
, you still don't feel rich, Garcia Martinez writes:

Facebook’s original offer was 75,000 shares, vesting over four years, in
addition to a $ 175,000 salary. I had managed to wangle the equivalent of 5,
000 shares up front in cash to pay for credit cards, a new car (with the
license plate ADGROK, of course), and the sailboat I was then living on—
about $ 200,000 in cash all together. That left 70,000 shares. Assuming
nominal performance, from both me and the company (our bonuses were a
product of individual performance reviews and a company-wide multiplier more
or less arbitrarily chosen by Zuck), I’d get a cash bonus in the 7 to 15
percent range.

Garcia Martinez said his comp worked out like this, on the day of the IPO:

$38 per share
× (70,000 shares ÷ 4 years + 3,000 shares annual bonus)
+ ($ 175,000 base salary + $ 17,500 rough annual bonus)
= $971,500 per year [about £800,000].
But then ... taxes! And Silicon Valley property prices!

After the IRS took its chunk Garcia Martinez was left with about $550,000.
Apartments in the San Francisco area start at $1 million and go up to $3
million for a nice but modest house. So even when you're a near-millionaire
in SF on paper, your actual circumstances can still feel decidedly middle
class, Garcia Martinez says.

And, if he had held onto any of that stock, Garcia Martinez would be even
better off now. While FB did dip into the teens after the IPO, it is now
trading at $131.  

Many Facebook employees joined the company far earlier than he did, and
emerged from the IPO multi-millionaires. That showed up later, Garcia
Martinez says, in the form of "a certain debauched air" inside the company
as people splurged on luxury cars:

I didn’t quite realize all this, sitting there on the first day the company
was public, looking at a stock price, but I would soon enough. I’d see not
just my fortunes change (even if not in a fully “fuck you” sort of way)
very quickly ; those of everyone around would change as well. From the
slightly ridiculous nights out (I recall a double steak dinner and four-
figure restaurant bills in there somewhere), to the rather rapid
accumulation of Porsches, Corvettes, and even the odd Ferrari in the parking
lot, things did assume a certain debauched air at Facebook, despite all the
corporate clamor for austere discipline. That was all in the future. Right
then, it just seemed I was finally going to live at something above a
subsistence level, and have more than peanuts in the bank.

Garcia Martinez now lives on a boat in Washington State.

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