Should Mark Zuckerberg keep control of Facebook?

The aim of corporate governance is to ensure the health of the company, not protect one-share-one-vote. This is for the benefit of all stakeholders, not just shareholders, whose contribution to the health of a company, albeit real, is relatively minor. If restrictions on voting improve the governance of the company, there should be no objection. In general, the best approach is to let a thousand corporate governance blossoms bloom, rather than insist that only one approach is the correct one. (M. Wolf)

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