Facebook is arguably facing one of the toughest challenges the company has ever faced. But the slow and tepid response from leadership, including the boards of directors, concerns governance experts.
The scandal involving data-mining firm Cambridge Analytica allegedly led to 50 million Facebook users' private information being compromised, but a public accounting from Facebook's CEO and chairman Mark Zuckerberg has been slow coming.
Could this be a governance breakdown?
"This high-powered board needs to engage more strongly," says Steve Odland, CEO of the Committee for Economic Development and a board member for General Mills, Inc. and Analogic Corporation. Facebook's board includes Netflix's CEO Reed Hastings; Susan D...