Facebook parent Meta has been revamping its platforms to make them more competitive with rivals like TikTok, and to keep advertisers. But users are expressing dissatisfaction with the changes on Facebook and Instagram, and advertising revenue is slipping amid rising inflation.
WSJ reporter Salvador Rodriguez joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss how Meta, and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, are handling the headwinds.
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