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Zuckerberg on Facebook's post-IPO woesEver since Facebook went public in May, its stock price has dropped and its CEO has stayed out of the public spotlight. On Tuesday in San Francisco, Mark Zuckerberg made a rare appearance at a tech conference to discuss the state of his company and how...
-- CEO Mark Zuckerberg took the stage at techcrunch disrupt attempted to -- Wall Street's anxiety over the company's plummeting stock price if you could have done anything differently with hindsight -- -- -- Well. You know I -- the performance of the stock has obviously been. -- support -- and we're gonna do things that we think are going to build value. I'm -- over the long term Zuckerberg made a point to steer the conversation toward the future and what FaceBook has in development. Like building its own search engine and improving -- mobile apps mobile is. -- there -- -- users. Each user's gonna spend more time and per amount of time they spend will be making more money than we are on desktop. He was talking to a crowd of techies and start -- people but I think he was talking a Wall Street. You know I think really he -- Wall Street wants -- -- and he said we're misunderstood. He said mobile is a huge opportunity. Whether Wall -- believes that FaceBook and capitalize on that opportunity is yet to be seen. Some techies here however are already giving Zuckerberg and his company a thumbs up. I -- -- believe their long term reasons so I'm not ready or by the company as -- shareholders that -- to see everything that's. Yet dip -- value like that but it as far as what the companies doing inlet where they're going outside face and it's going to be great. Even though Zuckerberg talked a lot about the future of mobile one idea he vehemently next -- a FaceBook phone he says -- that wrong strategy for the company. And differences bi partisan -- cnet.com for CBS news. --