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Will Mark Zuckerberg be CEO of Facebook, Inc. on March 1st 2019?

Mark Zuckerberg is the CEO, Chairman and co-founder of Facebook, Inc, which has made him one of the richest people in the world.

As alluded to in the text of another question, parts of 2018 have been rocky for Facebook.

CEOs can willingly or unwillingly leave their positions for all kinds of reasons, including poor market performance, scandal, and retirement. According to one source, the average CEO tenure was 5.9 years from 2003 to 2015. According to another, CEO turnover in the last half of 2018 been at its highest levels since 2008.

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At 12:00 AM GMT March 1st 2019, will Mark Zuckerberg be the CEO of Facebook, Inc.?

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