In the wake of internal investigations into her conduct, last week “Lean In” author Sheryl Sandberg announced she will step down in the fall from chief operating officer at Meta, formerly known as Facebook, to spend more time and money advocating abortion. The investigations included suspicions that Sandberg used corporate resources to plan her wedding, the Wall Street Journal reported.
In April, Sandberg also faced investigations for trying to stop The Daily Mail in 2016 and 2019 from publishing an unfavorable story about her ex-boyfriend. Caroline Nolan, a Meta spokeswoman, told The Wall Street Journal the investigations had no influence on Sandberg’s decision to leave. Sandberg said her decision was influenced by the potential restoration of constitutional jurisprudence on abortion.
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