Paul Meeks

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Here’s What’s at Stake for Facebook During Annual Shareholder Meeting

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Facebook is holding it’s annual shareholder meeting. Ed Lee of the New York Times and Paul Meeks, a Facebook shareholder, join CNBC’s “Power Lunch” team to break down the biggest takeaways of the meeting and the calls to break up big technology companies.

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