It's interesting to see some investors are urging Mark Zuckerberg to step down, for the stock price of the company he leads has been dropping since IPO in May.
But wait a minute, if the investors did not do their homework well and lost money in the past couple of months, does this has anything to do with Facebook and Zuckerberg? I used to think that it should be those smart investors who can calculate the real value of Facebook, but not the company itself.
It's also interesting to see that for the frist time the number of Chinese Email accounts dropped, though slightly. Why? You may also want to know, just like me. We can easily make some assumptions here but it's better to ask around, expecially the industry insiders, first.
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