Outtakes from last week’s SWMS Analysis: Zuckerberg's Q&A Comeback
Perhaps the ultimate CEO interview train wreck is Walt Mossberg's and Kara Swisher's take-down of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at this year's D8 conference. Watch if you dare. Zuckerberg spent 24 of 37 precious minutes backpedaling about privacy when he should have repositioned questions and emphasized the positive.
At this week's Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco: different story. Interviewers John Battelle and Tim O'Reilly had 40 minutes to tame Zuckerberg and didn't come close. Someone has been training this guy.
Here's a link to the video. See the table below:
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- Fritz Nelson - TechWeb
- Dylan Tweney - Wired.com
- Charles Cooper - CBSNews.com
- David Spark - Spark Media Solutions
- Colin Crook - Voce Communications
- Leigh Anne Varney - veteran indie PR pro
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* Wired.com senior editor Dylan Tweney saw our recent piece on virtual trade shows and contributed his two cents. It was an unexpected comment coming from a Wired guy.
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