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- Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has written a column for the Wall Street Journal defending his company.
- The op-ed piece’s location is arguably the most interesting thing about it.
- It indicates Facebook wants to reassure the newspaper’s influential audience — including investors and politicians — that the company still serves an important purpose.
- Otherwise, there’s little new in the column: It debunks some misconceptions around how Facebook’s business works, and lays out how it helps small businesses.
Mark Zuckerberg has turned to the opinion pages of The Wall Street Journal to defend Facebook’s business practices.
In a column published Thursday, the 34-year-old billionaire technology executive laid out what he says are the “facts about Facebook,” explaining “the principles of how we operate” and the alleged “clear benefits” of Facebook’s ad-supported, data-hungry business model for users and businesses.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
- Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says Mark Zuckerberg once served him a goat he apparently killed himself
- Snap and WeWork have done an outstanding job showing the problems with making CEOs all-powerful
- Facebook employees are still loyal to Mark Zuckerberg and think he should remain CEO