Wall Street didn’t ask about the Facebook whistleblower in the latest earnings call

Wall Street didn’t ask about the Facebook whistleblower in the latest earnings call
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On Monday (Oct. 25), a consortium of news organizations reported on the contents of the Facebook Papers, a trove of internal company documents released by product manager-turned-whistleblower Frances Haugen. It was a downpour of bad news after a steady rain for the social media giant: Facebook has been defending itself against leaks of internal documents and deliberations since early September. In prepared remarks, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg led off the company’s third-quarter earnings defending against what he called a “coordinated effort to selectively use leaked documents to pay a false picture of our company.”

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