Friday, April 6, 2018


The Facebook scandal comes amid increasing calls for founder Zuckerberg to resign.
But when the Financial Times asked him if the board had discussed him stepping down as chairman, he responded: “Not that I’m aware of.”

An NBC reporter asked him if he was really the “best person” for the job, to which he said he was “learning from his mistakes”.

“When you’re building something like Facebook that is unprecedented in the world, you’re going to mess up,” he said.

“I don’t think anyone is going to be perfect. I think life is about learning from mistakes and what you need to do to move forward.

“The reality of a lot of this when you’re building something like Facebook that’s unprecedented you’re going to mess something up. People should hold us accountable for learning from our mistakes.”

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