- Planned to focus on doing philanthropic work for society: Sandberg
- Sandberg will continue to work on the company’s advisory group: CEO Mark Zuckerberg
- Sandberg has served Facebook for nearly 14 years
A major report has surfaced involving Facebook and its parent company Meta. Sheryl Sandberg, the company’s chief operating officer (CEO), has resigned. The company also confirmed reports that Sheryl had resigned. However Sheryl has not yet clarified why she resigned.
Sandberg said in a resigning Facebook post that he plans to step in and focus on philanthropic work for the community. Sandberg has served Facebook for nearly 14 years. Sandberg wrote in a Facebook post, “The discussion on social media has changed a lot since its inception. It has always been difficult for me to talk about it all. But that work must be difficult. Our product impresses a large crowd. So we will build it in a way that protects and safeguards the privacy and privacy of the people. “
However, in another Facebook post, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that Sandberg will continue to work in the company’s advisory group. Sheryl contributes more to Facebook’s revenue growth Sheryl contributes more to Facebook’s revenue than working with Zuckerberg.
Facebook New CEO Xavier Olivan
Xavier Olivan, the company’s chief growth officer, will now take over as COO. But Xavier’s role will be slightly different than Sheryl’s. CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in this regard that Xavier’s role will be more like a traditional CEO. Zuckerberg said the meta-company has reached a level where the importance of working together for all product and trade groups has grown exponentially.