Does Mark Zuckerberg Plan To Leave Facebook?
Does Mark Zuckerberg Plan To Leave Facebook?

The founder and CEO of the social media giant Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg wanted to sell almost all its shares on Facebook, as he wants to maintain control and start a political career in the US government.

Does Mark Zuckerberg Plan To Leave Facebook?

The founder and CEO of the social media giant Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg wanted to sell almost all its shares on Facebook, as he wants to maintain control and start a political career in the US government, as revealed by the media site Bloomberg in an article in investigating the recent strategic moves of Mark Zuckerberg.

All this is uncovered in the wake of a lawsuit in which shareholders suspect that an officer was advising the founder and CEO of the social media giant Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg when it was supposed to represent investors.

It all started when early this year, the founder and CEO of the social media giant Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg asked if they would allow shareholders to continue to directing the company, though signing over all their actions.

This coincided with the announcement of their philanthropic actions to thousand million but frighten many people on Facebook. The disappearance of a big block of shares undoubtedly represents a major earthquake in a company. Even as it is in the case of Facebook founder and CEO.

The fact is that a change was made in the functioning of the actions, allowing Mark Zuckerberg to keep control of Facebook but ceased to be CEO. However, the social media giant Facebook is confident that the special committee engaged in a thorough and fair process to negotiate a proposal in the best interests of Facebook and its shareholders.

The fact is that one of these members, Marc Andreessen was already a friend of Mark, has been accused of leaking information about the process to Zuckerberg, putting him in a position of advantage over shareholders.

In the suggestibility carried out which has revealed that plans were much more ambitious and Mark agree to stay as the billionaire, Facebook barely controls actions and strategically advise the US government something that at first glance seems to have numerous conflicts of interest.

But besides this last point, it was not well seen by some politicians, but Andreessen was persistently moving threads to probe this possibility. The disturbing question remains in the air is that Mark Zuckerberg paving the way for US President? Given that the billionaire Trump also has not had too much trouble to get to the White House, so, it is an option that should be considered.



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