“Sandberg … is too talented an executive to stick around and continue to get blamed for Zuckerberg’s ongoing bungles.”
His net worth may have fallen nearly $20 billion, but he’s still sitting pretty comfortably.
He reposted some of the offensive posts using screenshots, in hopes of finding a loophole within the social media site’s controls.
“That research [on Soros] was already underway when Sheryl sent an email asking if Mr. Soros had shorted Facebook’s stock,” Facebook said.
The Facebook executive who ordered a PR firm to attack George Soros serves on the board that oversees the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Yeah, Sheryl Sandberg got me too.
The abuse of vulnerable communities to ensure one’s own success is the signature of Sheryl Sandberg’s corporate ruthlessness.
Sheryl Sandberg sought damage control to avoid regulation, so she tried to make George Soros, an easy target, a face of the anti-Facebook movement.
“So when they talk about Farrakhan, call me a hater, call me anti-Semite. Stop it. I’m anti-termite,” he said in a video.
Facebook: “We discovered that these seemingly independent entertainment, beauty and informational pages were linked to the Myanmar military.”