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Who does Facebook fire after a bombshell New York Times story?
2018-11-15T05:43:37Z - Kurt Wagner / Recode
In Zuckerberg’s case, the Times reported that Zuckerberg, at least early on, wasn’t very involved in the important conversations around Facebook’s response to Russia’s election meddling efforts. He controls 60 percent of the voting power at Facebook, and isn’t going to fire himself. Of all the executives listed in the Times’ story, Sandberg came out looking the worst. Not only were some of her decisions cringe-worthy, like her repeated efforts to keep details of Facebook’s Russia investigation under wraps, but her very commitment to the company was called into question. Whether it was poor decision-making, or an absence of decision-making, Facebook’s problems ultimately trace back to just two people: Zuckerberg and Sandberg.

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