Recently, a report claimed that Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg will resign and leave his post next year. However, the spokesperson of the company has told this completely wrong. Mark Zuckerberg will continue in his post.
Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg. (symbolic picture)
The world’s top social media platforms are facing huge trouble. So far we have seen that Twitter And facebook Thousands of employees were fired while carrying out heavy retrenchment. However, a latest report surprised the whole world. A few days ago, reports claimed that Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook-owned company Meta, would leave his post next year. As soon as this news came to the fore, people were making different kinds of speculations. However, now Meta has denied this news outright.
There is a state of turmoil going on in the world of tech at this time. Starting with Twitter, the matter of retrenchment reached Facebook, where the biggest retrenchment ever took place in both the companies. Now when the news of Mark Zuckerberg’s resignation came out next year, once again there was an earthquake in this sector. However, a spokesperson of the company tweeted that Zuckerberg’s resignation was wrong.
Zuckerberg surrounded by criticism
The Leak report claimed that Meta’s CEO would resign from his post next year. In response, Facebook spokesperson Andy Stone has called it wrong. He has not given any further information in his tweet. Zuckberg had faced all-round criticism in the last few weeks for firing a large number of employees from Facebook.
— *Walter Bloomberg (@DeItaone) November 22, 2022
Zuckerberg himself took responsibility for the layoffs
According to Meta, this was the biggest layoff ever, in which more than 11,000 employees had to lose their jobs. According to the company, it has reduced its workforce by 13 percent. At the same time, Mark Zuckerberg himself took full responsibility for this decision. Zuckerberg had said that he made a mistake that he thought the company would grow. But in the last few months the company has suffered a lot.
bad days started from twitter
Let us tell you that even before Elon Musk became the new owner of the microblogging platform Twitter, there was a possibility of major layoffs. Musk did the same and showed the way out to top executives including CEO Parag Agarwal, Chief Finance Officer Ned Segal and Policy Head Vijaya Gadde on the very first day of taking charge of Twitter.