Perhaps this was his version of a reverse IPO. You know, instead of taking money from the people, giving it back to the people.
True, that's not a very Russian concept, but something must explain the actions of Pavel Durov, the 27-year-old sometimes referred to as Russia's Mark Zuckerberg.
For here he was, together with his company's vice president, tossing paper planes out of his St. Petersburg office window. Oh, nothing more than juvenile behavior, you might imagine. But how juvenile.
For the planes were made out of 5,000-ruble notes. That's about $160 per identified … Read more