Facebook shares may be up 82% so far in 2013, but that's not stopping one of its execs from updating her status with the company.
Emily White, director of business operations at the company's Instagram subsidiary, is reportedly bailing out and headed to Snapchat, the startup competitor that is said to have turned down a $3 billion buyout offer from Facebook last month. But, this is no reason to be worried about a potential brain-drain from Facebook, says CNBC contributor Gina Sanchez, founder of Chantico Global.
"There are a lot of smart people still at Facebook," says Sanchez. "Their executive team is still delivering and I think they can still deliver even without Emily White. And, that's been the real story behind Facebook – they have delivered. They have increased their users [and] they have tackled the mobile market. Facebook really has done what it set out to do."
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