On June 21, according to a Dow Jones report, Facebook Inc. (FB) executives answer questions at the annual general meeting of shareholders on Monday reiterated the company's intention to enter the Chinese market, the world's largest social network is still banned in China.
Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg said in their learning and understanding of the Chinese market, will see how she said she just went to China last week.
Sandberg said she met many of Facebook's main customers, these companies through Facebook to display ads to users outside China. Facebook has no Office in China, but selling advertising to some Chinese companies.
In the General Assembly of the company by creating a new class of stock plans, and elected again include all eight directors of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs Peter Thiel, Peter Thiel recently revealed he secretly supported lawsuits against Gawker Media. Facebook shareholders also rejected five shareholder proposals, content related to give shareholders more of a say and equal pay for equal work for men and women.