You've been committed to our mission throughout and have always seen the potential that comes when people can connect to others and build community. Thank you. - Zuckerberg stated in a comment under Schrage's Facebook postDuring last month’s shareholder meeting, Activist investor used it as a platform to raise issues that are rapidly growing within Facebook- gender pay gap, fake news, hate speech and other scandals. Hoping to discuss the issues in more details, Lamb approached Schrage at the end of the meeting but had to return empty-handed as he refused to engage, saying she was "not nice." In a recent interview with the Business Insider, the Arjuna Capital managing partner stated that his response was “stunning”. She further said: "Calling a woman 'not nice' who's being assertive and asking questions is just a classic example, almost a meme of sexism." In response to the accusations by Lamb, Facebook stated that it has reportedly listened to her concerns and has always paid both men and women equally for the past three years, across its operations globally. Lamb also went public with Schrage’s apology email and shared it with Business Insider. She stated that the apology mail was in response to her statement that she was going public with her story in a piece for the Financial Times, which was published on Monday. Though the entire content of the mail was not published at Lamb’s discretion, the mail was titled "Our interaction -- and Facebook's commitment," and contained a fulsome apology for his "poor choice of words." "I want to apologize directly for my comments when we met at the FB shareholder meeting," Schrage wrote. "I shouldn't have expressed myself - and should never express myself - in ways that can correctly be interpreted as insulting or offensive. I was wrong to do so. I respect shareholders who shed light on important issues and push companies like ours to act thoughtfully and responsibly." In response to his apology, Lamb said she now considers the matter closed and reportedly stated that Schrage’s apology has been “adequate”.
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