Shareholders are growing increasingly restless about the way Facebook is run, and ever more vociferous in their demands for change. Six prominent shareholders have agreed that anger among investors has never been more pronounced since Facebook went public in 2012. They have watched in frustration as the firm has embroiled itself in a series of scandals, from election interference to the Cambridge Analytica data disaster. The efforts have been spearheaded by activist investor Natasha Lamb, a managing partner at Arjuna Capital, who said there is “very little confidence” in the job Zuckerberg is doing.
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