Why Mark Zuckerberg Isn't Going to Be Fired Anytime Soon

Despite repeated calls to #FireZuck


On the evening of May 29, large “Fire Zuck” messages were projected onto the Hotel Nia in Menlo Park, Calif., the site of Facebook’s annual meeting the following day. However, despite facing more resistance than in years past, Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg isn’t going anywhere.

Much has changed since the company’s annual meeting last year, with Facebook undergoing a brutal 2018, lowlighted by the Cambridge Analytica scandal. And 2019 is not looking much better.

Facebook has a dual-class structure of class-A and class-B shares.

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