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Facebook's new slogan: 'If you think we're not good for your business, leave'

Facebook is famous for the mantra "move fast and break things." But these days, the tech giant is all about time well spent, and with that comes a new tagline for everyone to follow:  If you don't like us, leave.  SEE ALSO: 5 questions Facebook's 'privacy principles' don't answer That's what Facebook executives Campbell Brown and Adam Mosseri stressed on Monday during their onstage grilling at Recode's Code Media conference.
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