In a Tuesday interview with CNN, Mark Zuckerberg defended Facebook’s handling of recent scandals and his own leadership of the company. He flatly rejected calls to give up his position as the chairman of Facebook’s board and said he had no plans to fire his top deputy, Sheryl Sandberg.
People like to mock Google’s “don’t be evil” slogan, but the company really has made difficult calls in the past—like pulling out of China over pressure to build a censored search engine.
By contrast, Facebook only seems to care about promoting the continued growth of Facebook.
The inability of Facebook to change after an increasing number of incedents and scandals is shocking. Although Google shouldn’t be presented as a poster boy, the differences does show. Talk the talk … walk the walk