It’s almost impossible to distinguish between politicians and tech executives

We’d be better served if experts received the screen time that leaders like Sheryl Sandberg run through with their well-worn obfuscation.

Sheryl Sandberg joined Facebook as Chief Operating Officer in 2008 after CEO Mark Zuckerberg agreed to calls for an experienced leader to serve as his second-in-command. The company was coming off the heels of a major privacy scandal after Facebook launched a feature that tracked people as they bou…

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