A short piece in Alexandra Frean’s column in today’s Times:
Where is Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook’s chief operating officer, amid the political controversy engulfing her company? Walking in the Hindu Kush, perhaps? No, here she is writing a foreword to a book on the “WEconomy” (don’t ask) co-authored by Holly Branson, daughter of Sir Richard. “At Facebook,” Ms Sandberg writes, “we have posters on the walls that inspire us.” One of her favourites is: “Nothing at Facebook is Someone Else’s Problem.”
Except, of course, when the problem involves the systematic abuse of your product by foreign agents and $82 billion is wiped from your stock.
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