Mark Zuckerberg Continues to Get Himself Into Hot Water


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Mark Zuckerberg, the embattled billionaire, has once more pulled the pin from his “apology” grenade by informing his staff that he was “wrong” to announce 11,000 job layoffs as reported by Daily Mail.

Taking responsibility

The CEO of Meta is used to apologising to his team and users and has been compelled to do so repeatedly over the years owing to large data leaks, mass layoffs, inaccurate news coverage, and improper political influence.

A company-wide email sent today by the chief technology officer resulted in the elimination of 11,000 employees, or 13% of Meta’s staff, globally.

“I was wrong and I take responsibility,” the Facebook founder admitted in a servile statement.

Old habit

“Today I’m sharing some of the hardest changes we’ve ever made in Meta history,” the Facebook creator wrote in a note to the workforce.

“I have made the decision to let go of more than 11,000 of our excellent workers in order to reduce the size of our team by roughly 13%.

I want to accept accountability for these choices and how we arrived at this point. I am sorry in particular for those who are impacted because I know this is difficult for everyone.”

Then he went on to say that the change was brought about by his prediction that e-commerce trends would persist after Covid.

Since he began operating Facebook from his Harvard dorm room, Zuckerberg has been required to apologise for his errors numerous times.

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Source: Daily Mail


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