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.
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That's what Facebook executives Campbell Brown and Adam Mosseri stressed on Monday during their onstage grilling at Recode's Code Media conference.
"We were willing to tolerate a few bugs to [move fast]. But having to slow down and fix things was slowing us down."
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