Steve Chen ( Chinese: 陳士駿; Wade–Giles: Chen Shih-chün; born August 25, 1978) is a Taiwanese-American Internet entrepreneur who is one of the co-founders and previous chief technology officer of the video-sharing website YouTube.
Steve Chen is best known as the co-founder and former chief technology officer of the video-sharing website YouTube. Google bought YouTube for $1.64 billion in stock. Updated: May 19, 2021.
Steven Shih Chen is an internet entrepreneur most famous for co-founding YouTube. Steve Chen was born Chen Shih-Chun in Taipei, Taiwan, on August 25, 1978, and moved to the United States in 1984. He also co-founded AVOS Systems, built MixBit, and in 2014, joined Google Ventures.
In this video, Steve Chen, the co-founder of YouTube discusses what it was like working with key Origin employees in the early days of YouTube. Matthew Liu,...
Steve Chen ( Chinese: 陳世卿; pinyin: Chén Shìqīng) (born 1944 in Taiwan) is a Taiwanese computer engineer and internet entrepreneur. Chen was elected to the US National Academy of Engineering in 1991  for leadership in the development of super-computer architectures and their realization.
Steven Chen is an American internet entrepreneur, best known as a co-founder of YouTube. Though his is not a household name, his innovations have permanently changed the way that we communicate. In the ten years since the creation of YouTube and its subsequent popularity, his creation has revolutionized the viral video model, making it easier ...
Steve Chen went from being a teacher to becoming financially independent and making six figures. He read everything he could about retiring early, then put his knowledge and skills to work.
Steven Shih Chen was born on 25 August 1978, in Taipei, Taiwan, and is an entrepreneur, known for being one of the co-founders of the video-sharing website YouTube, for which he previously served as the chief technology officer. He also built the video sharing app MixBit, and has been a part of Google Ventures since 2014.
Steve Chen duped investors out of $147 million in a global digital currency scam of “epic proportions,” and he has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Steve Chen Office Director of the Executive Chairman at Federation of Motion Picture Producers in Asia Pacific