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How 6 Tech Execs Set Social Example

For better or worse, execs prove the power of social leadership. From Benioff to Ballmer, how do tech's bigwigs stack up?
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Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg is more active on Facebook than on Twitter (go figure), and his Facebook presence is notably casual, reflecting the culture of the company. His social presence might not necessarily improve engagement with stockholders (although he may need to start working on that more), but it likely is a boon for employee engagement and morale. (And, if there is one way to divert attention from a disappointing IPO, it’s to announce that you are now "Married" on Facebook.)

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Leo Regulus
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Leo Regulus,
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7/13/2012 | 9:15:40 PM
re: How 6 Tech Execs Set Social Example
These are my comments concerning an earlier slide show in a related publication:
"A 'Slide Show' as your lead article?
And although we can comment on the article, this publication has no (that I can find - and I've been looking a lot) ' Letters to the Editor ' Link. This is terribly unfair to the author(s) who logically did not make the decision to run a carnival Slide Show in lieu of a professionally illustrated article.
PLEASE ?"
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