The Facebook IPO in May caused much speculation as to the future of the global social media giant. With a current price of the Facebook stock sitting at 20.69 today, Facebook’s future is still quite dubious.
There was also a lot of speculation that in opening up Facebook to an IPO would result in a talent drain. It seems this is one prediction that is being fulfilled. Facebook has recently lost four of its high-level managers: Ethan Beard, director of platform partnerships; Kate Mitic, platform marketing director; Jonathan Matus, mobile platform marketing manager and Ben Blumenfeld, design manager, have all resigned from the company within the span of one week.
A spokesperson for Facebook declined to comment directly as to why they left but each official spoke about their departure from the company on their Facebook pages (ohh…the irony). In these posts the former employees stated that while they had enjoyed their time at Facebook, that they were moving on to newer, more exciting challenges.
If this is the beginning of a mass exodus from Facebook, one is left to speculate how the social giant will need to react in order to meet this latest challenge in the post-IPO desert.
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