I guess when you own one of the largest companies on the planet you still can't do what you want. Mark Zuckerberg has become a man who everybody knows, but that hasn't stopped potential investors from being upset with his actions as a CEO of a company on the cusp of going public. For one, it seems that he can't be bothered to wear anything but a hoodie to business meetings, with people who wear suits everyday. It could also be because he either shows up late or doesn't show up at all, leaving other executives in charge of handling affairs in his absence. While investors are looking for more face time with Zuckerberg, he's nowhere to be found.
I can understand where stuffy businessmen who have all the money in the world are coming from, but Zuckerberg has to be doing something right. Do you really need him to be in meetings answering questions when people who are qualified to do so are there? It's like they've never seen him give a presentation before. He's about as socially awkward as they come, just let him do his thing and rake in money while you laugh from your giant office. If you don't like his style then don't buy any shares in his company, it doesn't get much simpler than that.TL;DR
Investors aren't happy with Mark Zuckerberg's professional candor and are complaining that he's immature.Mark Zuckerberg Isn't CEO Enough for Facebook's IPO
[The Atlantic Wire]
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