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Entrepreneur: Dustin Moskovitz, age unconfirmed
Funding: $9 million from Benchmark Capital and Andreessen Horowitz
Facebook alum Dustin Moskovitz is applying his social networking knowhow to help software developers. Asana is creating a software program to help workers collaborate online, according to its site. Moskovitz declined to comment for this story, but Asana's Web site lists office perks, including "in-house yoga," "organic home-cooked meals twice a day," and a $10,000 budget for new hires to spend on their office setups.
Toughest decision: Declined to comment.