“Every few weeks I’ll talk with leaders, professionals, and people in our neighborhood from different fields and I’ll try different formats to keep it fascinating,” Zuckerberg wrote on January 8th. I’m all for open conversations of the most important concerns facing company and government– and I hope Zuckerberg chooses to sit down with some of Facebook’s more thoughtful critics for a lively dispute. The last conversation, which landed on Monday, featured a conversation between Zuckerberg, Stripe CEO Patrick Collison, and the economic expert Tyler Cowen. If absolutely nothing else, Zuckerberg’s near-abandonment of his 2019 personal challenge provides another good factor not to try another one in 2020. Trending down: Ruthless quotas at Amazon are impairing employees.

I’m all for open discussions of the most pressing issues facing business and government– and I hope Zuckerberg chooses to sit down with some of Facebook’s more thoughtful critics for a vibrant debate. The last discussion, which landed on Monday, featured a discussion between Zuckerberg, Stripe CEO Patrick Collison, and the economist Tyler Cowen. Trending down: Ruthless quotas at Amazon are maiming employees.