Shareholders reject proposal to rein in Zuckerberg’s power

Shareholders reject proposal to rein in Zuckerberg’s power

Facebook shareholders voted down a proposal backed by seven state treasurers that sought to split the chairman and chief-executive roles that Mark Zuckerberg holds. Shareholders voted against the proposal filed by Trillium Asset Management, which owns about $7 million in shares and argued the combined positions ’contributed to Facebook missing, or mishandling, a number of severe controversies’.

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Barny Fraggles
Barny Fraggles 8 months

I don't think reining in his power would work anyway. He has backup battery power unit.

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