The first thing you notice when you talk to billionaire Dustin Moskovitz and his business partner Justin Rosenstein is how different they are.
Rosenstein is chatty and articulate. Moskovitz is more reserved and thoughtful.
But they share a passion in their startup, Asana. Moskovitz is, of course, famous for being the co-founder of Facebook. Rosenstein is known as the programming wiz who did Facebook’s “Like” button, among other projects.
Asana is a project management Web app that has become super popular, particularly among tech startups in Silicon Valley.
Like Moskovitz, the app is focused — it is a group to-do/project management tool. Like Rosenstein it is social. Teams communicate with it instead of e-mail.
Story by Julie Bort
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