Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg will tomorrow accept the company may have to pay more tax, throwing his support behind a planned global reform to the way online giants are taxed.
Mark Zuckerberg is planning to say Facebook is "happy to pay more tax in Europe," according to excerpts from a speech scheduled for Saturday seen by the Telegraph and BBC.
Mark Zuckerberg has said he thinks "good regulation will hurt Facebook's business in the near term."
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Billionaire George Soros is calling for Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg to be "removed from control of Facebook."
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Mark Zuckerberg is ambling around the world calling for greater regulation of social media companies. The way to understand this is that Mark Zuckerberg runs a very well-established social media company — established companies love regulation because it kills competitors.
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