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Facebook Board Continues To Support Sandberg


Business Insider reports that Facebook's board has come out in support of embattled COO Sheryl Sandberg. Sandberg has been under heavy criticism over her involvement in efforts to investigate George Soros and critics of Facebook. "When a well-known and outspoken investor attacks your company publicly, it is fair and appropriate to do this level of diligence," the board said. The media has blamed Sandberg for the company's recent black eyes. However, it does not appear she will be forced out of Facebook.

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