Facebook's Zuckerberg Privately Recommended Potential Campaign Hires to Buttigieg

Facebook's Zuckerberg Privately Recommended Potential Campaign Hires to Buttigieg

Facebook Inc. chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg has privately recommended several potential hires to Pete Buttigieg's presidential campaign, a rare example of direct political involvement from one of tech's most powerful executives. Bloomber...
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