Facebook's Editor Decides It Doesn't Need Editors

Facebook's Editor Decides It Doesn't Need Editors

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New Facebook's managing editor is leaving, but where does that leave its "news" feeds? Dan Fletcher, Facebook's managing editor, has said he's leaving the company in April to develop his own startup. Speaking at an event in Washington State University, Fletcher went as far as saying he thought the "biggest...
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