Mr. Zuckerberg step down. Allow for this company to continue to thrive and allow for those who are versed in leading a publically traded company to do just that. Run the company. They won't dilute your vision. We get it - you've changed the world. Thank you. You've done it. We can't wait to see what else you come up with - but you won't be able to focus on the future if you're being slammed in the markets. You won't have a company anymore, and then where are you?
Have we gone too far in the public sharing of our information, or are we truly going to enter a brave new world where simply everything is tracked and tagged electronically, including our own personal life? I don't think Zuckerberg meant it, but one thing is for sure: Social media certainly makes it a whole lot easier for people... not just friends... to know a whole lot more about you.
A good leader keeps tabs on the competition, which was likely the goal of Facebook Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg when he established a profile on surging social network Pinterest.
To date, there has not been much activity on Zuckerberg’s Pinterest profile: three pins, one like, 1,176 followers, and he is following 125 Pinterest users.