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Why Jim Cramer Says It's Not Too Late For Mark Zuckerberg to Change

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Why Jim Cramer Says It's Not Too Late For Mark Zuckerberg to Change

Why Jim Cramer Says It's Not Too Late For Mark Zuckerberg to Change

There have been quite a few headlines on Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg this week.

One such headline was due to leaked audio from an internal company town hall with Zuckerberg.

Zuckerberg told employees that it would "suck" for Facebook if Warren, who has proposed a breakup of Facebook and other tech giants, became president.

He also went further, saying that he'd "go to the mat" and sue the federal government if it tried to break up Facebook, reported TheStreet's Annie Gaus on Oct.1.

"And I just think the case is not particularly strong on this...It's just that breaking up these companies, whether it's Facebook or Google or Amazon, is not actually going to solve the issues," Zuckerberg said, naming election interference and hate speech as issues that would not be resolved through a breakup.

Zuckerberg followed the leak by live-streaming a town hall with employees on Thursday.

Watch the video to see why Jim Cramer says that it's "not too late" for Zuckerberg to change.

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