Shortly before Facebook held its blockbuster public offering in 2012, one of its top execs attempted to refute a nagging question about the company.
No, it wasn’t about whether Facebook could make money off of smaller screen devices, or continue its streak of limitless user growth. The thorny issue was whether Facebook should be considered a media company.
“We actually define ourselves as a technology company,” Carolyn Everson, VP of global marketing solutions at Facebook, …
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