Brad Stone

Silicon Valley journalist and author

Why Facebook Needs Sheryl Sandberg

On a Tuesday afternoon in late April, 30 managers of Facebook’s various business units come together to discuss a matter that preoccupies its famous founder: how to keep their rapidly growing little company from getting too big. The meeting, organized and led by the second-most-famous person at the social network, Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg, focuses on how to solve the problems of users, advertisers, and partner websites by using automated systems rather than bringing in thousands of new employees. Read the whole story on Businessweek.com

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