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CNET News Video: Facebook's Zuckerberg on stock, employee morale, and mobile

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CNET News Video: Facebook's Zuckerberg on stock, employee morale, and mobile

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In a wide-ranging interview at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talks about the company's stock performance, its effect on employee morale, and the company's strategy to monetize mobile.

Mazie and the spartans lost roughly -- Please. I don't think differently with -- -- Well. You know the performance. Obviously -- this and we care. About -- sure -- -- the commitment that we me is that we're gonna excuse. -- in the world are open and connected and we're gonna do things that we may go to build value. Over the long. One of the things that we've found is when we release apps written numerous messenger the new version of the -- I'm -- degrees and a camera all this -- Things we. That's not -- himself attract more outside company and also drives look pretty easily -- you come across say. I'm you know I don't work at this place because he goes -- that end users the most interesting stuff out there and number. -- these -- just a really optimistic because now. Animals a lot closer TV than desktop where I'm just so we basically for the past five or six years we've done. You're gonna ring and -- -- pass right through. That's work -- largely in isolation to build this this -- -- service that any product. You can use on -- building product you can but he's -- the site. Product and it's been great you know -- built multibillion dollar business acumen but a -- -- up against. Com is the room so -- have to be more integrated and we're we're seeing now as you -- of the product. The ownership of receives -- mobile -- monetization product and development have to be fundamentally integrated product. And now we're seeing it already you can leave early the last that we haven't been performed better than the right -- -- yeah.

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