Looking backwards from 2016, taking the COO job at Facebook seems obvious. But I sincerely doubt that it felt like a clear choice at the time. Joining a 4-year-old, cash burning, often controversial, nascent Internet business to work for a 24-year-old with (at the time) questionable leadership and communication skills… is… well, a risky career move.
Timing, Options, & Opportunity Costs
Patrick Mathieson
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Sorry I need to disagree here because even if $FB ended up flaming out instead of being a public company she could’ve walked back to Google or basically anywhere else . She was already successful (career level, salary etc).

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